Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care

St. Paul's pastoral care team is a group of volunteers who provide a ministry of care to those who are unable to attend regular church services due to poor health or lack of transportation. We seek to provide this service as we realize people can easily feel rejected and forgotten once they can’t meet with church family as they did earlier in their life. We want people to know they are still appreciated and cared for by our St. Paul’s family.

As Jesus said: “Truly I tell you, what you did for one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you are doing it to me.” [New Living Translation]. Members of the pastoral care team are assigned one to three people to visit on a regular basis. Visits occur monthly and phone calls anytime. Currently 15 church members volunteer and 25 people are visited or contacted regularly.

For more information, please speak with our Rector Clara Plamondon or our pastoral care coordinator, Kathie Day.