Ministers of Care

Ministers of Care take Holy Communion to those unable to attend Mass.  They serve as the contact between the parish and those who are homebound. We believe that the homebound are active members of our Church and can assist the community through prayer and support. Consider being a part of this caring ministry.

This ministry takes Holy Communion to those in the Hospitals that the Cathedral is responsible for visiting. Opportunities present themselves to pray with patients and families in this time of need.

Members visit individuals at nursing homes, take Holy Communion to the residents, and can help schedule events such as bingo and birthday parties.

Consider being a part of this impactful ministry. Learn more – contact Mary Kay Townley to find out more about this ministry.

If you are needing a Minister of Care or are wanting to be trained as a Minister of Care, contact Mary Kay Townley in the Cathedral office.

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