We know that many in our community are hurting or struggling, and we want to help you. We offer several different ways to get support and encouragement through life's trials.
In Luke 15, Jesus uses the analogy of a shepherd leaving his flock and venturing into the wilderness to find a lost lamb. When the shepherd finds the lamb, there is rejoicing when he returns the lost one to the flock. Dunwoody Baptist Church adopts this metaphor in our approach to pastoral care ministry. If you are in a season of difficulty, we are prepared to meet you in that experience and accompany you through difficult times. You can expect privacy, confidentiality, and safe, respectful support. Where appropriate, we will refer you to one of our counseling partners who is specially equipped for your specific needs. To schedule some time with our Pastoral Care Pastor, please call 770.280.1200 (opt. 0).
Celebrate Recovery exists to foster fellowship and celebrate God's healing power in our lives.
Are you suffering from the loss of a loved one?
Sponsored by DBC’s Men’s Fraternity, this homecare ministry provides labor to DBC widows, widowers and elderly.
Disaster Relief Ministry
Our Disaster Relief Ministry provides preparation training and relief efforts to our community in emergency situations.
Dunwoody Baptist Church has a special referral relationship with the Atlanta Counseling Center and you may feel more comfortable contacting them directly. The ACC is a Christian organization that was founded to address relational, psychological and emotional counseling needs. Each caregiver is a professing Christian who incorporates modern counseling strategies and techniques in a clinical setting. ACC is able to bill some health insurance plans and professional fees are established on a need-based sliding scale. You may schedule your appointment with The Atlanta Counseling Center by completing their online form or by calling 770.396.0232, ext. 0. The Atlanta Counseling Center is located at 6111 Peachtree Dunwoody Road (Building C) in Sandy Springs, GA.
The role of DBC's Deacon Team is to serve the needs of people, as described in Acts 6:2-3. Deacons counsel and guide people, serving as an extension of the Pastoral Care Team and as a liaison between anyone in the congregation and the church. Deacons may visit people in the hospital or in their homes. They can help relieve suffering, offer prayer, protect, comfort and encourage people.
If you have need of a deacon and are not in a Sunday Morning Bible Study class, or if you are in a class that is not listed below, please email the Church Office to provide some details about your situation. One of the deacons will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
If you have need of a deacon and are a member of a Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study listed below, you may contact your deacon directly, as follows: (If you need contact information, please call the Church Office at 770.280.1200.)
The Bridge: Gene Jernigan
Children's Ministry Workers: Frank Raunikar
Connections: Barbara Berryman, Camille Ford, Randy Gurley, Jim Hickey
Contemporary Choir: Lesley Kammerer
Everyday Faith: Amy McClain
Fellowship: Don & Lori Bush, Paula Edgar, Pierre Kimball III
Foundations: Andy Diamond, Lindsay McCord, Eric Nuetzel
Harvest: Mark Byars, Steve Fortenberry, Jim Giesler, Jeff Johnson, Whalen Kuller, Steve Peters, Lynn Phipps, Reba Shoulders, Jim Traner
Life on Purpose: Tim Fletcher
Lydia Ladies: Sandra Butler, Sandy Eidson, Nancy Kelley, Diane Kennedy, Judy Russell, Donna Schmid, Irene Stokes, Judith Wilson
Men’s Bible Class: Paul Browning, Don Stokes
Middle School: Ellen Powell, Curt Swilley
Morningstar: Aggie Hackaday
Odyssey: Angela Rodda, Matt Szuda
Senior High School: Jim Redovian, Barry Roberts
Sharing: Marcia Pyle
Special Friends: Anna Sanders
Threefold Cord: Casey Cote
Winsome: Judy Lucius