Prayer Shawl Ministry – Knitters and crocheters come together in fellowship to create many warm, beautiful items for those in need. Regular weekly and monthly gatherings provide opportunities for knitters to share ideas, patterns, projects, and beginner lessons. To learn more about this prolific ministry, contact Wendy Thornwill: email@example.com
Altar Flowers Delivery – Weekly altar flowers are packaged into bouquets after Sunday services and delivered to home bound parishioners, those on our parish prayer list or as a thank you to guests taking part in the liturgy.
Funeral Receptions – When St. Paul’s has a funeral, the hospitality team is prepared to offer a reception when requested. These are elegant events in honor of the deceased and family. Contact Ann Couch firstname.lastname@example.org or Diana Sebaly email@example.com for more information
Notewriters –When parish members are unable to attend church, our note writing team reaches out to them with monthly cards and bulletins from Sunday services. It’s so important to stay in touch.
Stephen Ministry – Individuals are formally trained to support parishioners who are going through a difficult time. Currently, this ministry is a valued part of our relationship with Canterbury Court. It is available to all parishioners. Contact Marjo van Patten for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Clergy Visits – If you are in need of a clergy visit at home or hospital, please call the following number to be connected with Rev. Atkins, 937-476-1435. Please know that HIPPA Privacy laws prevent us from visiting unless specifically requested.
Eucharistic Visitors – These are lay people licensed to provide the Holy Eucharist to parishioners who are unable to attend regular services; they offer the Eucharist at two area retirement homes once a month. Contact Muriel Hunt for more details. email@example.com