Soul Care & Counseling Ministry

MPCC’s Soul Care Ministry provides an oasis of hope for times of weariness and brokenness on your journey. We offer a variety of helping relationships and healing communities to help you acquire and display the character of Christ in the midst of the difficulties, problems, or pain in which you find yourself. 

Discover What’s Right For You

Seeking A Healing Community?

At the heart of MPCC’s Soul Care Ministry is the belief that healing occurs best in a community of a few trusted and caring for others. All of the Soul Care Ministry’s healing communities are designed to be safe and supportive environments where you can gain new insight and where you are enabled to confront life’s challenges from a Biblical perspective so that you can grow and heal.

Healing Communities 

Seeking A Helping Relationship?

When we are in a season of struggling or suffering, it is not unusual to isolate ourselves from others. However, like the wounded man in the Biblical story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:30-37), we long for someone to show us the way or to come alongside us, dress our wounds, and give us the generous gift of care. MPCC’s Soul Care Ministry team desires to partner with you on your healing journey.

Helping Relationships 


About Soul Care Pastor Dr. Ken Jones:

Pastor Ken has served at MPCC for eleven years. He has earned graduate degrees in Bible, Ministry, Christian Counseling and Spiritual Formation. In 2013 Ken received his doctorate in Formational Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. Ken has an abiding passion to help those who are struggling or in need of spiritual direction.

Read Ken’s Blog 

2020 Soul Care Offerings

Take a look at class descriptions below or view the Winter Booklet HERE

Insight Series:  

Insight Into The Blended Family
Feb 9–Mar 1 at 9:15am 

This brief class provides perspectives, tools, and strategies helpful to addressing problems unique to stepfamilies.

Insight into Anxiety
April 19–May 10 at 9:15am 

If you suffer from anxiety yourself or want to help others that do, this class provides help in growing through anxiety using spiritual tools and other resources.

Marriage Enrichment Series


His Needs Her Needs
April 19–May 31 at 11am

Marriage works when spouses discover the other’s needs and commit to meeting them. This class will help you identify your spouse’s needs, as well as how to meet them. 

(for Engaged or Newly Married Couples)
Feb 4–Apr 13 :: Monday evenings 7–8:30pm

This group helps to prepare engaged couples for a lifetime of marriage. Topics explored include conflict resolution, communication skills, managing finances, handling personality differences, sexual intimacy and more! Cost of materials: $40 

The Journey Begins
March 5–May 14
Mornings 9:30–11:30am or Evenings 6:30–8:30pm

A Journey Begins Group is a community where the broken or troublesome places in your life, relationships, and story can be compared to the truth of God’s word to establish a firm foundation for continued growth. Participation requires strict attendance, the purchase of a manual, and completion of weekly assignments.

NOTE: The group will decide whether or not to take a week off for Spring Break, which may alter the ending date of the group.

For Men
Redeeming Masculinity Weekend Workshop & three week study kickoff :: February 21/22, 2020 

Join us for an interactive Wellspring Group workshop to get to the core of what it means to flourish as a man. We’ll look at the model of masculinity in Scripture, the distortions we experience, and explore how to be a whole-hearted man: someone who engages his world with strength and love, offering life and growth. REGISTRATION FULL. 

Waking the Dead
April 2–May 7
Thursday evenings 6:30–8:30pm

Christianity promises to make us whole, set us free and bring us fully alive. In this study for men, you will explore what it means to be fully alive, engaged in the battle for your heart and embracing all God has for you.

To register for any of these classes, email Mary Kay Jones at with the name of your group, class, or event of interest.

All Soul Care small group experiences are safe, supportive, and confidential environments. They require a high level of commitment and participation. 


Connect With Us

Ken Jones, Soul Care Pastor

317.881.6727 Ext. 222

Connect With Us

Mary Kay Jones, Soul Care Ministry Associate & Administrative Assistant

317.881.6727 Ext. 235