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“If any of you are sick, they should call for the elders of the church, and the elders should pray over them, anointing them with oil in the name of the Lord.”
–James 3:14, Common English Bible

In addition to our strong commitment to outreach, St. Paul’s prioritizes “inreach,” providing various avenues to support the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of our parishioners. Our Health and Healing ministries play a crucial role in this support system:

Eucharistic Visitors

For those unable to attend church due to health or other reasons, our Eucharistic Visitors will bring the sacrament to your home or hospital room. Please call the church office to schedule a visit.

Prayer Intercessors

Available in the side chapel every Sunday morning, during the Eucharist, and after church, our Prayer Intercessors offer prayers and anointing for anyone in need. They are also available to visit the sick at home or in the hospital for prayer and anointing.

The St. Brigid Chapter of the Daughters of the King

Established in 1885, this organization consists of women who have committed to daily prayer and service for those in need. To request prayers from the Daughters of the King, fill out a DOK pew card or speak with any member. These prayers are kept confidential and are not shared with the parish.

Prayer Requests

Find parish prayer list request cards in the pew rack at St. Paul’s. If you or a loved one needs prayer, fill out a card and place it in the offering plate or send it to the church office. This person will be added to our parish prayer list. For the Daughters of the King prayer list, fill out cards in the narthex or contact the chapter president, Dawn Harrison; their list is confidential and separate from the parish prayer list.

At St. Paul’s, whether you have a spiritual, emotional, or physical need, our dedicated team of ministers is here to provide support and care.