Coordinator: Health and Wholeness Ministry

“Let mutual love continue.” Hebrews 13:1

Saint Andrew’s has a great tradition of hospitality and care for one another.
In this spirit of care and concern for one another and because we want to make sure that we are reaching out to all those who are not able to come to worship on a regular basis, we have a team of volunteers called the Congregation Care Team.

Congregation Care Team volunteers:
~ reach out to those who are shut-in or homebound
~ are trained to serve as Lay Eucharistic Ministers and can share Holy Communion with those who are not able to come to church
~ receive solid biblical and practical training, plus ongoing support

Current Opportunities

To support and empower this new ministry team we are holding several training sessions.
We will also provide training for those are unable to attend these sessions.

Congregation Care Team Training Workshops:
Session 1 – Monday, September 16, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm –  Visitation 101 – A Visitation Bible Study
Session 2  – Monday, September 23, – 1:00 pm – 2:00 pmVisitation 201 – Basic Listening
Session 3 – Monday, September 30, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pmLay Eucharistic Minister Training

These October trainings are a repeat of the September workshops:
Session 1  – Monday,  October  14, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pmVisitation 101 – A Visitation Bible Study
Session 2 – Monday,  October 21, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pmVisitation 201 – Basic Listening
Session 3 – Monday,  October 28, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pmLay Eucharistic Minister Training

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Congregation Care Team Training Workshops

Saint Andrew’s has a great tradition of hospitality and care for one another.
In this spirit of care and concern for one another and because we want to make sure that we are reaching out to all those who are not able to come to worship on a regular basis, we have a team of volunteers called the Congregation Care Team.

Congregation Care Team volunteers:
~ reach out to those who are shut-in or homebound
~ are trained to serve as Lay Eucharistic Ministers and can share Holy Communion with those who are not able to come to church
~ receive solid biblical and practical training plus ongoing support

To support and empower this new ministry team we are holding several training sessions.
We will also provide training for those are unable to attend these sessions.

New volunteers are always welcome to serve on this Team.  Contact a Parish Nurse for more information and/or to volunteer.