Pastoral Care

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Hospital Visitors

Prayer will be offered for the sick in the parish. Clergy and lay ministers may make hospital visits to comfort the sick, and to offer the sacraments and healing prayer.

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Lay Eucharistic Visitors

LEVs are licensed by the bishop to take the blessed Sacrament to the sick and home bound following Sunday worship once a month. Visitors lead a short devotional service and administer Holy Communion.

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Parish Nurse Program

The PNP is a ministry that promotes the health of the whole person in our parish family. Monthly blood pressure checks are offered after the Sunday Liturgy, as well as various health classes. Registered nurses in the parish are invited to volunteer their time and talent.

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St. Alban’s Angels

Angel teams coordinate food for a parishioner’s family at a time of bereavement. The food is prepared for the immediate family and brought to their home. Alternately, a small reception in the Parish Hall can be held after the service.

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Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers are trained to visit with those in need on a regular basis, listen, offer resources and referrals, if needed, pray with and for them, and offer Christian love and support. Stephen Ministers give one-on-one care to people who are having a hard time for a variety of reasons. These can include family problems, divorce, loss of a job, death of a family member or anything which may be creating anxiety. A Stephen Minister is not a counselor, therapist, problem solver, or casual visitor. It is a servant ministry modeled on Stephen, the first deacon. If you are interested in becoming a Stephen Minister, please contact the church office or one of the Stephen Leaders listed below to find out more about the training.

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