Frame is committed to serving the community and believes that our public work guided by our faith makes us all stronger. Get involved and help us strengthen the greater community.
“Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way, you will fulfill the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:2)
Do you know anyone going through a divorce, a dreaded medical diagnosis, a death in the family, loss of a job, or another rough patch in life?
Stephen Ministers are congregation members trained to offer high-quality, confidential, one-to-one Christian care to people going through tough times. A Stephen Minister usually provides care to one person at a time, meeting with that person once a week for about an hour. Twice a month, Stephen Ministers gather with their Stephen Leaders for supervision and continuing education.
Frame's Green Team is committed to fostering and encouraging stewardship of the Earth.
The Green Team coordinates Frame's recycling program, litter cleanup, and assists with Frames' Giving Garden Program.
The Green Team educates the public through its environmental library, public presentations and events as well as work with Interfaith Community for the Earth, a group founded by Reverend Zencka in 2006.
The purpose of the Frame Mission Committee is to promote local and global mission activities. The committee establishes a clearing house for Frame mission activities and funds, promotes the Four Presbyterian Special Offerings, administers Frame Community Grants of Portage County, and sponsors mission opportunities for the congregation.
Building and Grounds
The Building and Grounds Committee is responsible for all aspects of the physical property of Frame church, including the HVAC units, safety systems and inspections, landscaping, insurance and expense budgeting, just to name a few. We also work closely with church staff, our Green Team, and Evergreen Church in support of the winter warming shelter.
We are now in year two of our 20:20 Vision - Our Future is in Focus - Capital Campaign and building updates. While we've been closed for worship since last March due to Covid-19, we've been busy with indoor updates including a newly renovated kitchen and new carpet throughout the entire building. This year expects to be another busy year with more updates both inside and outside of Frame Church.
The Building and Grounds committee is looking for help/support regarding general maintenance as well as this year's building updates. Please contact the church if you are interested in becoming a member of Frame's Building and Grounds Committee.