Ministries with Sick and Aging
This ministry includes supporting all those who are sick, homebound, in nursing homes and hospice. The details of these ministries are listed below.
Ministry to the Homebound
Trained Eucharistic Ministers take communion to homebound parishioners on a weekly basis.
Ministry to Hospice
The parish pastoral staff and volunteers support those in the final journey of their earthly lives.
Ministry to the Hospital
The parish pastoral staff ministers to those who are hospitalized. Please call the parish office to let us know if you are hospitalized.
Ministry to the Nursing Home
Ministry at Normandy Manor
Trained lay ministers facilitate a Sunday Communion Service each week at 10:30a There is also a monthly Mass on the third Tuesday of each month at 2:30p.
About Ministry to Sunrise
Trained lay ministers facilitate a Thursday morning Communion Service.
About Ministry to Nursing Homes
Trained lay ministers visit parishioners in area nursing homes.
If you are interested in any of the above Ministries with Sick and Aging contact Gayle Cilimburg: email@example.com, 440-331.4255 x106
Anointing of the Sick
Contact the Parish Office if your or a family member would like to be anointed. We also offer anointing of the sick at the regular weekend Masses during the year.
This ministry attends funerals to support the families of the deceased. If you are interested, contact Gayle Cilimburg: firstname.lastname@example.org, 440-331.4255 x106
This ministry supports the family of a loved one who has died. For more information contact Gayle Cilimburg: email@example.com. 440-331.4255 x106
Ministry with the Divorced/Separated/Annulments
The Parish Pastoral Staff is available to assist those going through a divorce, including serving as procurators (advocates) in petitioning the Diocesan Tribunal for an invalidity of marriage.