One way in which Sunnybrook works to be the hands and feet of Christ is by extending care to others in their time of need.

Sunnybrook Care takes place through a variety of means and forms including one-on-one relationships through counseling, Section Ministry and more.   

crisis care

If you've experienced a death in your family, lost a job, or something has happened that turned your world upside down, we are here to help. 

For immediate assistance, please call 712-276-5814 x 2.  For after hours support, please follow the answering service prompts.

hospital visitations

If you have an unexpected or planned hospitalization and would like someone from Sunnybrook's Care Ministry team to support you, please complete the care request form. 



Sometimes it can be helpful to talk with a pastor about spiritual questions, struggles in life, marriage matters, parenting challenges, grief/loss experiences, relationship issues.  We can provide a pastoral response to your situation and/or referrals to local licensed Christian counselors for ongoing counseling.  

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 712-276-5814 x28 to speak with BJ Van Kalsbeek or email him at

section ministry

We know that coming to a large church for the first time can be intimidating.  At Sunnybrook we have a group of people just to help you feel at home.  Section Leaders wearing a blue lanyard are available especially for you to help answer questions, provide prayer support, and an open heart.  Section Leaders are found in the seating areas of the sanctuary before, during and after each service.  

For more information or to join the Section Ministry, contact Bonnie Van Holland at at


If you have experienced the death of a loved one and would like to contact us for bereavement support and services, please contact BJ Van Kalsbeek at 712-276-5814 x28 or email him at .


jail ministry

Providing hope for those who are incarcerated and ready for a new beginning, through partnership with the Woodbury County Jail, Bible studies are provided twice a week inside the jail walls on Monday and Thursday evenings.
For more information contact Bryant Likness at