PARISH NURSE PROGRAM
Contacts parishioners who are homebound or who have been recently discharged from the hospital to check on their recovery and progress. A nurse provides blood pressure screenings on the first and third Sundays in the ambulatory at the Church from 10 to 11 a.m. Parish Nurse Program Training.
Contact: Dianne Boyd, email@example.com
LAY EUCHARISTIC VISITORS
Are trained to take the Blessed Sacrament to parishioners in the hospital, at home, or in assisted living facilities. Continuing education and training meetings are held quarterly. Going out two by two, The Lay Eucharistic Visitors provide a loving service in taking the Eucharist to those who cannot be in attendance at church.
Contact: Charlie Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org
ANGEL FOOD COOKS
Angel Food Cooks provide meals for individuals and families at Saint Michael and All Angels that may be going through a challenging time due to a recent hospitalization, ongoing illness, or the birth of a child. Angel Food Cooks only provide at most two meals this year. As we only have two spots per week, each Angel Food Cook will provide and deliver a meal as the need arises. Several Angel Food Cooks have recently retired and we are in need of Angel Food volunteers.
Contact: Katherine Bowen, email@example.com
The Good Shepherd Ministry is a ministry of presence, communication, and caring. Each of us is asked to be a channel of Christ’s love by responding to the needs of others and by creating a sense of community. Thus, the parish has been geographically divided into neighborhoods. Each neighborhood has a Good Shepherd who wants to respond to the needs of parishioners in that area — sharing not only in the good times but also in times of need by caring for parishioners when they are ill and giving help and hope when the unexpected happens. The area number for your Good Shepherd neighborhood is listed for each parishioner in the parish directory following the zip code, e.g. Dallas, TX, 75225-002A. We are always looking for volunteers to help with every aspect of the church and would welcome you to bring your talents to Saint Michael.
Contact: Judy Cole, firstname.lastname@example.org
THE FUNERAL RECEPTION GUILD
These incredible volunteers lovingly put together funeral receptions held at Saint Michael. The Guild delivers baked-goods to the church, and the Reception Committee decorates tables so that family members can receive friends and family in the parlor after funeral and memorial services.
Contact: Susie Yeckel, email@example.com