Our mission is to create a community in which the joys and sorrows of life are honored and consecrated, so that no one walks alone at Christ Church. To learn more about our Pastoral Care offerings and how you can get involved or receive care, contact the Rev. Jenny Brown and/or Sarah Hardesty.
Parishioners contact those experiencing joys and sorrows and pass along the love and support of Christ Church.
Parishioners pray for and send care packages to deployed soldiers “in harm’s way.”
Trained parishioners provide weekly one-on-one spiritual companionship for those experiencing a crisis, loss, or life transition.
Parishioners knit and crochet shawls which represent the love of God and the Church, and they are blessed by the clergy and delivered to those in need of comfort.
Parishioners deliver casseroles as needed and deliver a book to all new babies.
Parishioners are visited in healthcare facilities by fellow parishioners who bring compassion and concern.
Trained parishioners assist the clergy in healing prayers.
A series of classes to help parishioners following a loss as a reminder we are never alone in grief.
ECW provides light food for receptions in the Commons or Courtyard following funeral services held at Christ Church.
Trained parishioners visit at least once per month and develop one-on-one relationships with those who are homebound or who express a desire for a new friendship.
Each Sunday, flowers are delivered to parishioners in need or in honor of special occasions.
Parishioners take communion to the homebound or hospitalized “because we who are many are one body in Christ, we share one bread, one cup.”
An order for women who pray daily for people whose names come from the clergy, pew cards, e-mails and word of mouth.
At Christ Church, each of us is a member of a caring community. The Pastoral Care ministries, with more than 200 volunteers, reach out with God’s love to fellow parishioners experiencing trials, troubles and even just ordinary life to promote and facilitate a community in which the joys and sorrows of life are honored and consecrated.