Pastoral Care at Trinity focuses on visiting parishioners who have become sick or have had an accident in the short term or due to age or illness in the long term are no longer able to come, worship, and pray with their Church community on a regular basis.
Pastoral Care Ministers bring the church community to them through supportive and practical ways such as visits, bringing communion, as well as supplying news of events and parish literature.
Pastoral care derives it name and nature from the meaning of shepherd and suggests the work of the shepherd with the flock. That is why Cannon Law speaks of Pastoral Care as a necessary service for parish life.
Because of the Right to Privacy laws, Trinity is not notified of parishioners who are hospitalized, homebound, or have entered a health care facility. We must hear from the parisioner, family member, or friend if they would like to be visited by a member of the pastoral care team. Please call the church office if you would like to join the Pastoral Care team