holding hands representing Keystone's care and support network

It is our privilege to join you in prayer when you have a specific need. We have a group of committed prayer partners who join the staff in praying on your behalf. The Prayer Team continually lifts your request before the Lord for His peace, comfort and direction. Request prayer.


The Care Ministry focus is to serve those who are in a “special care” situation. If you are part of a Community Group, let us know if we have your permission to contact your group leader and notify them of your need. Your group may help provide support during this time. However, if you are not part of a Community Group or you have needs that go beyond the scope of what a Keystone Group can offer, the Care Ministry will walk alongside you.

Additionally, the Care Ministry responds to the needs in our church and community for education, resources and support.

Please contact Dee Dee Rhoades, Director of Care and Volunteer Resources, at or (734) 944-5397 ext. 205, or email for any of the services listed below:

Home or Hospital Visits

Volunteers from our Care Ministry are available to visit with you at your home or at the hospital.

Meal Assistance

Sometimes when facing a stressful time, whether it be a family illness, loss or even bringing a new baby home, having a home-cooked meal delivered to you is a welcome relief and just one less thing for you to think about. Let the Care Ministry know of your need or if you know of someone in need of a meal.

Pre-Marital Counseling

If you are planning to be married here at Keystone, our Pastoral staff requires your participation in pre-marital counseling. Use of an online questionnaire, Prepare and Enrich, serves as the basis for generally four counseling sessions with one of our Pastors. The last session is usually spent on planning your marriage ceremony. If interested, please contact the church office to schedule your pre-marital counseling.

Counseling Referrals

There may be times in life when you feel you are facing a very difficult pathway to navigate on your own. Sometimes it helps to talk with a professional who can help you bring clarity and truth to your situation. We have a working relationship with several Christian Counselors in Washtenaw and Lenawee Counties.

Benevolence Requests

A fund is available to offer assistance when you may face a temporary financial strain. Your need is reviewed by the Care Ministry and Pastoral staff to determine if your need meets the criteria for assistance. Community referrals are also provided.


If you are interested in having your wedding at Keystone Church, please contact the church office at (734) 944-5397 for details.


For bereavement needs, please contact the church office at (734) 944-5397 and we will be glad to assist you through this difficult time.


Financial Peace University

This seminar is designed to teach you and your family how to manage your finances to get out of debt, stay out of debt, and build wealth. You’ll meet each week to watch the video lesson and participate in discussion and accountability groups that will change your whole attitude about money. Dave Ramsey’s FPU is a nine week program. FPU gives education, support and specific steps to take to better manage your financial situation. One to one financial counseling is also available.

Divorce Care

Divorce Care is a video seminar/group experience designed to help minister to you when you are hurting because of separation and divorce. This program runs for 13 weeks.

Grief Recovery Workshop

Meet with others who are walking through the journey of grief for a free, half day workshop. Keystone partners with New Hope Center for Grief Support, a Christian based outreach center located in Northville, MI, which provides comfort, support, insight, education and healing for those suffering the loss of a loved one. Resources are provided for on-going support following the workshop.

Careers Through Faith

This ministry helps you discover how to productively integrate your career, faith and life. They offer practical job coaching and career discernment from a faith-based perspective, as well as, street-smart job search, resume writing, networking, and interviewing skills. CTF founder is Nick Synco, a career-transition coach and author who presents workshops throughout the year.


Walking with others who share the challenges of losing a spouse. These relationships can make such a difference during this life transition. Meet monthly with others for lunch or dinner, or make connections with those who are interested in attending casual outings.

Support and Care Request

If you have a care need or would like to join a support group, complete the Connect Form and our Care Director will contact you to discuss how we can assist.