Whether someone is sick or struggling, has fear or doubt, or has reason to celebrate and rejoice, it is our intention to be present with each other in meaningful and tangible ways. We do this in a variety of ways listed below:
Every Sunday we pray during corporate worship for those who have requested our prayers, and this prayer list is also included in print and electronic communications to facilitate intercessory prayer throughout the week. Prayer requests can be submitted to a member of the clergy or by emailing the church office.
Through this ministry, we prepare and deliver meals to those among us who have had surgery, been hospitalized, given birth or experienced a death in the family.
Parishioners and clergy regularly take Holy Communion to those who are homebound or sick and not able to be present with us on Sundays for worship.
A team of parishioners offer healing prayer at some of our Sunday morning services of Holy Eucharist.
Do you have a different need or have questions about the pastoral care offered at St. Andrew's? Please contact our interim rector, the Rev. Denise Bennett.