Is any sick among you? Let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord.
St. Paul’s offers an extensive group of ministries managed by several of our parishioners who believe that God did not call the equipped but has honored His Word and equipped the faithful. The goal of our Health and Healing ministries is to help St. Paul’s to be a place of healing and wholeness for the mind, body and spirit.
The Health and Healing Commission is comprised of the following ministries:
Parish Appreciation Team (PAT)
Available in the chapel each Sunday morning during the Eucharist, for anointing and to pray with anyone who has a spiritual, emotional, or physical need.
The Holy Eucharist isn’t just for those who can make it to church each Sunday. If members cannot attend church for health, physical or other situations, our Eucharistic visitors will bring the Eucharist and a sense of belonging to those special parishioners.
Cooks Who Care
When a family is in need, either during happy or sad times, this ministry provides compassion and meals delivered to homes until they are back on their feet.
The St. Brigid Chapter of the Order of the Daughters of the King
A special group of women in the parish whose ministry is a lifetime commitment of daily prayer and service to all in need.
The beautiful altar flowers we enjoy are repurposed each week by this ministry group. They rearrange the flowers each week and bring them with a caring heart to those hospitalized, ill, grieving, or otherwise in need of some uplifting of the spirit.
At St. Paul’s, if you have a need, whether it be spiritual, emotional or physical our wonderful team Lay Leaders are here to help, in God’s House or yours.