Communion to Shut-ins
Shut-ins may receive communion on Sundays or during the week.
Either one of the parish befrienders or clergy from the parish visit and
bring communion to those that are not able to get out for Mass.
Visits to the Sick and Home Bound
Our Pastoral Minister and outreach volunteers make regular visits to the
our parish family that are in the hospitals and home bound. Please inform
the parish office accordingly, so that the prayers and comforts of the
church can be extended to our sick members.
Family Service/Funeral Luncheon
Sirba Hall is available for luncheons for the
family and friends of a parishioner buried from our Church. More
information is available from the parish office.
Loaves and Fishes - Dorothy Day Center
Our parish prepares and serves the noon meal at the Dorothy Day Center
on the fourth Saturday of the month.
This is an organized network of parishioners who respond
in prayer to request for prayers of petition as well as thanksgiving.
Special Intention Basket
On the usher’s table in the narthex of the church, there are special
intention slips for you to complete and drop in the basket before Mass.
These will be brought to the altar during the Offertory and the Lector
will ask that we pray for all the special intentions requested in the
basket during the Prayers of the Faithful.
These trained and caring parishioners are commissioned to visit the
hospitalized and homebound, the lonely, alienated and hurting. They
minister to them in the name of the parish community, especially in time