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Pastoral Care Ministries

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arrowbullet2Introduction to Pastoral Care

This six session course is offered to those persons who currently participate in some expression of pastoral care, or those persons who are interested in participating in some ministry of pastoral care. The course is offered as part of the Christian Leadership Institute at Saint Dunstan's. The six sessions are as follows:

(1) Introduction to the Training;
(2) A Theology of Pastoral Care;
(3) Practicing the Gift of Listening;
(4) The Gifts of Confidentiality, Hospitality, Compassion, and Acceptance;
(5) Grief: Coping with Loss; and
(6) Spiritual Nuture for the Caregiver.

For more information contact 

(281) 440-1600 ext. 16.

 

arrowbullet2Daughters of the King Prayer Chain

Confidential intercessory prayers are offered by members of this Order for women who have taken a vow of Prayer. For more information contact

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arrowbullet2Feed My Flock

People bring love and comfort with each meal delivered to someone in need in our parish family. For more information contact

Sandy Moss: (281) 890-0068

arrowbullet2Healing Prayer Teams

Trained pairs of laity offer prayers and laying on of hands for those who request healing prayers during all worship services on Sundays. For more information contact

Cindy Carr: (281) 370-1083  or
Ingrid Hoyle: (281) 586-0469

 

arrowbullet2Petal Pushers

Laypersons arrange and/or deliver the altar flowers to those in the hospital or to anyone who just needs a “lift.” For more information contact

Martha Smith: (281) 469-2003

Sharon Patterson (832) 249-1203

arrowbullet2Stephen Ministry

One-to-one pastoral care ministry is offered by trained and supervised, caring lay people to help those experiencing grief, terminal illness, separation, divorce, unemployment, hospitalization, loneliness, or other stressful changes that life can bring. For more information contact

David Flores: (281) 370-5408

arrowbullet2Stephen Ministry Featured on PBS

The PBS "Religion and Ethics" news show recently aired an eight-minute feature on Stephen Ministry that vividly describes the life-changing ministry happening in thousands of congregations.

View the Stephen Ministry feature on the PBS Web site, where you'll also find several bonus features--including a nine-minute interview with Stephen Ministries' founder and executive director, Kenneth C. Haugk.

 

arrowbullet2Walking the Mourner's Path

A Christ-centered bereavement and grief support program designed to transform grief into joyful living. It is an eight week grief support group made up of 8-10 members. Meetings are 90 minute sessions. For more information contact one of the two trained facilitators:

Cindy Carr: (281) 370-1083   or

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it : (281) 444-8696

 

arrowbullet2Lay Eucharistic Visitors

Holy Communion from Sunday Services and Thursday Noon Service is taken to homebound people by persons trained by the Rector and licensed by the Bishop. For more information contact

Hugh Gillam: (281) 379-4712.

 

arrowbullet2Pastoral Visitors

Pastoral care is offered to persons 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.  For more information contact

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it : (281) 444-8696

Don Dozier (281) 537-6388

 
 
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