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Inner Healing / Life Coaching / Counselling Resources

Summerside Community Church has compiled resources for helping anyone who wants to go deeper into self-exploration during this unconventional time. Prayer Ministry, Life Coaching and Counselling are all ways to create patterns in life that help you move forward or understand a current situation more fully. Click on the Link below for more information.


Coaching for Christian Women

Ann Visser explains the benefits of Life Coaching

For almost 20 years, Ann Visser has been equipping Christian men and women who feel stuck to create powerful mindsets, relationships and leadership as a Mindset and Leadership Coach. This helps her clients to build an unshakable faith so they can thrive regardless of the challenges they face. She’s a certified John Maxwell Team coach, speaker and trainer and co-founder at 4Better 4Ever. She offers one-on-one and group coaching. 

During this season of uncertainty, Ann is offering a reduced coaching rate to the SCC family of $60.00 per hour (regular rate $100.00 per hour). This is available from May - July 2020. 

Contact Ann at her confidential Email: 


Moe Hashie speaks about Life Coaching

Moe Hashie, Certified Life Coach, is providing FREE Life coaching sessions for anyone in need during these unprecedented days. 

Life Coaching can help with a variety of issues such as anxiety, frustrations, anger, passivity, communication issues, relationships, finances, spirituality, etc. Life coaching is a supportive process that helps you find the right tools to get your life back on track. It’s a process that puts the tools into your hands so that you feel empowered to take steps forward.

Moe has received generous support from a number of sponsors that is allowing him to do this.

All sessions will be offered through FaceTime, Zoom or over the phone.

Contact Moe at his confidential email:


Greif & Covid-19

 Grief and Isolation in the COVID-19 Emergency

Call Hospice PEI toll-free at 1-844-954-7433 (1-844-95GRIEF)

Grief is a profoundly isolating experience that may be magnified for many people during the current crisis. Our trained grief support volunteers are available for phone support to help you manage this emotionally complex time.

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Many people manage their grief in healthy ways by keeping busy with outside activities and social events. When they are ready, they can spend more time alone to process their grief. The current situation may have pushed you into an isolation that means you must confront your grief earlier that you were prepared for. Having a grief support volunteer can help by providing a listening ear, someone you don’t need to protect or reassure that ‘you’re ok’, someone who will keep the conversation confidential, someone who cares.

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When you have lost a spouse or family member who lived with you, your house itself can be a painful place where their absence is most powerful. The current requirement to stay home may be especially difficult without the opportunity to leave those empty spaces that remind you of your loss. Grief support volunteers understand the loneliness you are feeling, the hardship of finding a new normal, and especially of finding a way to make your home a place of comfort again. 

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The COVID-19 emergency may trigger anxiety about death, of your vulnerable loved ones and your own mortality. Thoughts about death may also bring back grief for the people you have lost in the past but perhaps hadn’t thought about for a long time, or had felt you had “gotten over”. These fears and feelings are natural and can be eased by conversation with a grief support volunteer who knows that grief and loss can spread across your thoughts in distressing ways.

Call Hospice PEI toll-free at 1-844-954-7433 (1-844-95GRIEF)


Hospice & Grief Support Coordinator, East Prince Chapter

Hospice PEI (Hospice Palliative Care Association of PEI)

65 Roy Boates Avenue

Summerside, PE, C1N 6M8



Looking For Ways To Support Your Community? Salvation Army Food Bank

Our monthly collection of food for the Salvation Army Food Bank is still happening - however, since the church office is closed, we ask that you call the Salvation Army and follow their protocols when taking your donations to them. Many people use this service to make it through the month and your help is truly needed and appreciated. This month, 'canned beans in sauce' are the items they have requested.

Grace Healing Rooms (Closed until further notice)

The International Association of Healing Room Ministries works in association with churches to re-establish physical healing within the body of Christ. 

Our commission is Mark 16:17-18, "And these signs shall follow those that believe...they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover". 

Our goal is to establish uniformity and accountability in each work by offering, through an association, the tools to properly equip each healing room.  

Our focus must be on the presence and power of the Holy Spirit to work through us to heal the sick.