caring ministries

We know that we all belong to God, and that God has a heart for those who are suffering in any way. In our Baptismal Covenant, we commit to participating in God’s work of reconciliation in the world. We do this individually as we live our lives throughout the week, and we do this collectively.

kitchen volunteersHelping Hands provides assistance to parishioners who are in need because of illness or other situations. Helping Hands may bring meals, shop for groceries, or give rides to appointments. Contact Amy Stomper

Lay Eucharistic Ministers (LEMs) take communion to parishioners who are unable to come to church because of illness or disability. Contact Pastor Elizabeth or Pastor Dianne.

Lay Parish Visitors visit parishioners and assist the rector in providing pastoral care for the whole community. Lay Parish Visitors receive training through a chaplaincy program. Contact Pastor Elizabeth or Pastor Dianne.

Newcomers takes on additional ways to greet guests and integrate new members into the community, renewing us all in the process. Contact Jo Ann Lagman.

Outreach sponsors ways for parishioners to meet the needs of the larger community through programs such as Christmas Baskets and a coat drive, as well as opportunities to donate funds to specific programs. Contact Barb Drummond.