Parish Care Ministry

 

The Parish Care Ministry serves those in need, those recovering from illness or injury, and home-bound parishioners.

The Parish Care Coordinator and Parish Priest oversee these spiritual and physical needs with the help of volunteers like you! Below are some ways you can help strengthen our community and bring consolation and care to those who cannot leave their homes.

If you are in need of some care, please contact Beth Craig (information at the bottom of this page). If you would like to request a Communion to the home bound visit, please make a request on our home page. 

Walking with Moms in Need (WWMIN)

A ministry that aims to provide help to mothers and parents who need help in their pregnancies and parenting journey. For information about how to recieve help or be someone who provides help, please visit our Walking with Moms in Need page.

Consolation Caring

A ministry that stems from the Parish Care Coordinator is Consolation Caring.  This is a meal program with volunteers who take a freshly made meal to parishioners in need.  This could be anyone from the home bound to someone just out of the hospital to families who have recently lost a loved one.

 

Services the Ministry provides:

  • Communion to the home bound and area facilities
  • Birthday recognition
  • Meals to those in need

Seasonal Events

  • Senior luncheons held at 11:30am the second Tuesday of every month
  • AED/CPR training for Hospitality and Eucharistic Ministers
  • Holy Thursday soup delivery
  • Anointing Mass and luncheon in April
  • Apostolate to the handicapped in August and December
  • Christmas cookie exchange

 

 

If you have an interest in any of the volunteer opportunities or you or someone you know is in need of the services we provide, please contact Beth Craig, Parish Care Coordinator, at 835-5763 ext 123 or [email protected]