The Pastoral Care Team seeks to serve members of All Saints’ with compassionate, tangible support. This group sends cards, provides meals, provides transportation, prays, and provides prayer shawls, altar flowers, and Eucharist during visits.
What expresses love and support better than comfort food? All Saints’ meal team provides home-cooked meals for folks recovering from illness or hospitalizations, those who are unpacking into new homes, and those with new babies. There is a supply of home-cooked meals in the freezer, too, ready to be delivered when needed.
Bringing Christ’s Care to Hurting People
Are you or someone you know hurting? Hurtful events come into our lives both expectedly and unexpectedly. Here are some situations that might result in the need for a confidential, caring Stephen Ministry relationship:
- Divorce or broken relationships
- Illness and/or hospitalization
- Unemployment or work-related stress
- Facing life’s transitions: relocating, parenthood, empty nesting, or aging
- Experiencing loneliness: homebound or nursing home
- Birth/Adoption, miscarriage, or infertility
- Spiritual Crisis
- Death of a loved one
- Any life challenge
Are you the one everyone comes to for support? Maybe becoming a Stephen Minister is your calling. Please contact one of the following Stephen Leaders for more information.
This group of dedicated knitters and crocheters creates prayer shawls for the home and hospital bound, and for new babies. The group meets monthly, the third Tuesday of each month, in the Welcome Center. You do not have to be an accomplished knitter to join; the members are happy to teach you!