Pastoral Care

We want to be there to walk alongside you during life's ups and downs, whether you're engaged and planning your marriage, or mourning the death of a loved one, or whatever life may bring. There are times when you just need prayer or someone to help guide you. 

There may be a time in your life when you need spiritual guidance. Our pastors are available to discuss your situation with you and pray with you in faith:

How can we pray for you?

Our staff prays over each prayer request that comes in every week. Please let us know how we can be praying for you in the box below, and we will be standing with you in faith.:

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers care for people facing tough times. We equip lay people to provide confidential, one-to-one Christian care to individuals in our congregation and community who are experiencing difficulties in their lives.

We all experience challenges in life – times when we could benefit from the support of a caring Christian friend. Stephen Ministers are ready to provide the emotional and spiritual care we need when faced with a crisis of difficulty such as:

• Grieving a loved one
• Divorce or separation
• Loneliness or discouragement
• Unemployment or a job crisis
• Terminal illness or medical issues
• Aging
• Recovery from an accident or living with disabilities
• Transition into retirement
• Needing support of a spiritual friend
• Empty nest syndrome

Who are Stephen Ministers?

They are trained with 50 hours of initial training in important caring ministry skills and concepts;

They are commissioned as Stephen Ministers after completing their training and they commit to participating to regular supervision and support under the guidance of Stephen Ministry Leaders;

They are people who will be there to check in on you, be a listening ear, and pray with you – this could be for an hour a week, each week for as long as needed.

Weddings & Pre-Marital Counseling

Marriage is a commitment before God to be treasured and honored by all, and we would be honored to be a part of your wedding ceremony.

Where your wedding will be held and who will officiate your ceremony are big decisions. If you are interested in being married at Princeton Alliance Church (PAC), or if you would like a PAC pastor to officiate your ceremony at another location, please fill out the form below.

Pre-marital counseling is required and will be part of the process that your officiating pastor will further discuss with you.


There are times in life when we need some experienced counselors to help us work through issues we may be facing or improve our mental health. Below you can find a list of professional counselors and counseling centers that we recommend.  These are not ministers or ministries of Princeton Alliance Church and as such, their services are not provided by PAC. When seeking counseling, it is best to discuss the financial responsibilities with the counselor/center before making an appointment.

Looking for Benevolence assistance? Our Benevolence team operates beyond the pastoral care scope. Visit the Benevolence page.