Parish Care Ministry
One of the ways the parish shows its love for one another is through the many ministries which are a part of The Parish Care Ministry. This program supports the special needs of parishioners, thus demonstrating that our parish is a house of prayer and service. The mission is to strive to meet the special needs by giving care and concern in times of illnesses, family crises, births, deaths, celebrations, and other needs. Assisting with prayers, words of comfort, and actions, this ministry expresses the reality of God’s love and presence in all lives, thereby leading all to the throne of God.
All Saints Day
The mission of the Eucharistic Visitors is to be a pastoral and sacramental presence to those who are homebound or in the hospital or are recovering from illness by taking the consecrated bread and wine to these parishioners directly from the service each Sunday.
At the time of a funeral, the parish offers a reception following the service in the Parish Hall. Family and friends who would like to help are welcome to do so.
Mothers Day’s Luncheon
Pastoral Care Meals
Designed and created to assist parishioners who need a hand during a trying time, such as surgery, medical treatment, childbirth, death in the family, and many other hurdles. Meal teams prepare, collect, and deliver to the family in need.