Pastoral Care

 

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Sharing Your News
We encourage you to let us know when an illness, death, transition, or joyful event occurs in your life. Please contact any clergy member or Elisabeth Price in the Parish Office.

Adding a Name to the Prayer List
The Prayers of the People are found in a notebook located in front of the Baptismal Font on Sunday mornings. Names will remain on our list for one week. You may request a name remain on our list for four additional weeks by e-mail at mailbox@saintpauls.org.

Prayers for Healing
Prayers for healing are offered at our Celtic Evening Prayer and Communion Service on Sunday evenings at 5:30 p.m.

Pastoral Emergencies
If you have a Pastoral Emergency contact the Parish Office.  After hours instructions are available on the voice mail messages of the clergy.

Pastoral Visits and Home Communion
Members of the clergy of Saint Paul’s Church and Lay Parish Visitors make monthly visits to parishioners who are homebound or who, either through temporary illness or physical difficulty, are unable to attend services at the church. If you or someone you know might like to be visited through this program, please contact the Parish Office.

Sunday Bulletins & Announcements
Sunday Bulletins and Announcements will be mailed to homebound parishioners upon request by contacting the Parish Office.  This allows homebound parishioners to stay connected to the church and follow the 11:00 a.m. Sunday service, which is broadcast live on 95.1FM Radio.

Lay Pastoral Visitors and Eucharistic Visitors
Parish Visitors make personal visits and telephone calls, remember birthdays and celebrate other important holidays with Saint Paul’s homebound parishioners.  Eucharistic Visitors complete additional training and after passing a test, are licensed to take the Eucharist to parishioners who are unable to come to church.  Contact the Parish Office if you are interested in joining either of these special ministries.

The Saint Paul's Mission Statement: “…seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself.”