One of the ways we embody the love of Jesus Christ to one another is by caring for each other. The Apostle Paul encouraged the church to bear one another’s burdens.
Pastoral Care at Calvary encompasses a variety of ministries, including the sacraments of the church, communion and pastoral visits, flower delivery, transportation, cards and calls, and meals for those in need.
Calvary Care Committee
A caring group of volunteers provide hot meals to those who are grieving, have recently been hospitalized, or have had a crisis. We also congratulate a family who has a new baby with a hot meal. Please let us know if you have a particular need.
Please remember that hospitals no longer contact us – we rely on family members to let us know of a need.
The Flower Delivery Committee is composed of Calvary parishioners, who deliver flowers to fellow parishioners. The recipients may be ill, in a nursing home, in the hospital, new parents or members who have lost a friend or relative.
The committee members arrange the flowers from the altar after the service and deliver to the designated recipients. This is a very rewarding experience for the deliverers and the receivers alike. Please contact the Church Office if you are interested.
To add a name to the Prayer List, please contact the Church Office at 502-587-6011. Prayer cards are also available in the pews and may be placed in the Offering Plate or handed to an usher. Typically, names remain on the Prayer List for four weeks. If requested, we will also add the name to the Intercessory Prayer list. Respecting confidentiality, we usually use only first names.