At Life Counseling Center, our desire is to see individuals, families, and marriages experience hope. We believe that hope is only to be found in Jesus Christ.  Because of Him, lasting, personal change is possible. We are privileged to walk alongside people as they learn that Jesus is with them through the struggles of life.

Why give to Life Counseling Center?flower-22656_640

This ministry would not be possible without gracious financial support. The cost of running and staffing a biblical counseling center is significant. Would you consider supporting Life Counseling Center by giving below? We are dependent upon the financial help of people like you to keep this ministry going strong and to keep our rates reasonable.

Every gift we receive at Life Counseling Center is directed towards helping change lives. We believe that God is a redemptive God. He can and will take our deepest hurts and transform our lives. Your gift will help others experience healing and hope where they thought it wasn’t possible. Thank you for giving to Life Counseling Center. Gifts are tax deductible.


Ways for you to give
  • You can give online by clicking the donation button below.

Life Counseling Center is a ministry of Chapelgate Presbyterian Church. When you give online your credit card will show a charge to the church, however, 100% of all gifts will be directed to Life Counseling Center.


  • You can give by sending in a check. Make checks payable to Life Counseling Center. Send checks to the address below.

Life Counseling Center
2600 Marriottsville Rd.
Marriottsville, MD 21104

  • You can give specifically in the name of a person receiving counseling. If you know someone who would benefit from counseling or is benefiting from counseling but they need help financially you can give directly toward their counseling costs. All specific gifts must be given before counseling is received. Contact Pam Riley for details in setting this up.

Phone: 443-419-3884

Besides financial giving we would also ask for your prayers for this ministry. We do not take it lightly that we are called to walk with people through very difficult trials. We need your prayers both for the families who are hurting but also for our counselors who care for them.