"To equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until all of us come to the unity of the faith and the knowledge of the Son of God, to maturity, to the measure of the full stature of Christ." — Ephesians 4:112-113
Led by Fr. Randall, this ministry coordinates the pastoral care needs of parishioners. If you, a family member, or if you know of a parishioner in need of pastoral care, contact us or Jerre Bergeron or Harriette Ogan.
Pastoral care is offered to parishioners in hospitals, assisted living centers, nursing homes, as well as those at home needing a pastoral visit by people trained to be sensitive and compassionate, and offering a calming, listening presence during a difficult time.
The pastoral Care team will contact the following ministries as needed.
Holy Communion from Sunday Services and Thursday Noon Service is take to homebound parishioners by volunteers trained by the Clergy and licensed by the Bishop.
Trained volunteers that have a desire to connect with parishioners who are not able to ome to church as they once did.
Stephen Ministry is a lay care giving ministry that supplements pastoral care. Volunteers are trained to provided one-on-one care for individuals who request support. The confidential care-giver and care-receiver relationship, usually conducted by weekly visits, may continue for months or years. This ministry is a witness to God's work in the time of difficulty.
We have a dedicated team ready to pray for your specific prayer request. Your prayer request can be read during worship services as well. Your request can be confidential or shared publicly.
Each week the flower arrangements from the church altar are broken down into smaller arrangements and delivered to parishioners. Petal Pushers reaches out to parishioners in times of illness, grief, celebration, or "just because" we love or miss you through a beautiful arrangement of flowers.
Feed My Flock
People bring love and comfort with each meal delivered to someone in need.