At St. Peter’s, clergy and laity share the responsibility for pastoral care. It sometimes comes from a group organized for a particular ministry; and sometimes it's simply a telephone call, a note, a visit or a meal.
Parishioners take flowers and communion to homebound parishioners and cook meals for those with new births in the family or who are grieving the loss of a loved one. We also prepare receptions for funerals, provide transportation to medical appointments and more. Supporting one another through life's ups and downs is a central part of being together as the body of Christ.
Providing Pastoral Care visits in the hospital, Hospice care center or at home occur on a regular basis, we also have durable medical equipment available to lend. Coordination and referrals to community agencies are available.
Contact: Shannon Adams (386) 428-7383 or Shannon@stpetersnet.net
This group of women gathers together a minimum of twice a year to prepare up to 100 individual meals and freeze them to send out when someone is sick, recovering from a hospital stay, or has had a new baby. We make healthy soups, hearty meals and also some "comfort" foods. We also will provide meals when a caregiver needs a break. The chefs are always glad to have new cooks join the kitchen.
Contact: Joan Matthews (386) 423-1001 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Flower Delivery Ministry volunteers take bouquets made from the Sunday Altar flowers to hospitals or homes to share a smile, say thank you or just let someone know we are thinking of them. Most volunteers only work 5-6 Mondays a year and welcome you to join if you can spare two hours to offer a smile and comfort.
Contact: Ruth Rosow at (386) 409-7806 or email@example.com
The church office has a small group of hardworking volunteers assisting our Office Administrator. In addition to answering the phone, these dedicated volunteers do a variety of jobs such as printing and folding bulletins and newsletters, stuffing envelopes, collating and filing, and helping with general office procedures. If these are your talents, please let us know.
Contact: Joyce Withers (386) 428-7383 or Joyce@stpetersnet.net
The Order of the Daughters of the King (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism. We have made a commitment to Jesus as our Savior, and we follow Him as Lord of our lives. We are an Order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the Historic Episcopate. Today our membership includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA) and Roman Catholic churches. Please call to find out when the next discernment classes regarding the order will be held.
Contact: Kathy Worchester (386) 409-3735
The Hospital Visitation Committee is a group of devoted parishioners who visit members of our parish who are in Bert Fish Hospital and OceanView Nursing Home.
The Hospital Visitation Committee’s mission is to express love and compassion for our church family who are in the hospital and long-term residential care facilities through personal visitation. We pray that those we visit will receive the Holy Spirit and healing.
Contact: Bill Swindell (386) 423-1549 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Newcomers/Welcome Group is charged with extending an open hand to those who visit the Church for the first time. The group provides contact information about St. Peter’s with gift bags and fresh baked loaves of bread. To extend your hand in welcome or if you are a newcomer and somehow we have missed you please get in touch.
Contact: Nita Layton (386) 423-3742 or email@example.com or Marty Wheeler 409-0186
A Stephen Minister gives one-to-one, lay Christian care.
Who might need a Stephen Minister?
Contact: Fr. Jim Spencer (386) 428-7383 or FrJim@stpetersnet.net