Ministries of Compassionate Care and Consolation
The ministry of Compassionate Care offers visits to the homebound who wish to receive the Eucharist and also to hospitals. This can be done on a weekly basis.
If you are unable to attend Mass and wish to receive at home, please contact the parish office to make arrangements.
If you are interested in becoming a Eucharistic Minister to the homebound or to those at Huntington Hills, please contact the parish office for further information.
As always, we are looking to add bakers and greeters to the Ministry of Consolation. To be a greeter one must take the VIRTUS training session and fill out a background check. This particular ministry brings great consolation to the bereaved family on the day of the funeral. Perhaps you’d think about joining this ministry.
The ministry of Consolation offers ongoing support for those from the time of death of a loved one. Companions contact families of the deceased to express love, concern and support in helping to plan the Funeral Rites and if needed, referrals for group counseling.
Contact: Parish Office
Support group forming now for YOUNG widow’s and widowers 65 and under.
We meet once a week for 8 weeks on Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:30 This group helps with coping with the loss of a spouse. if your interested call Kathryn Monaco-Douglas 631-495-8541 or contact via email email@example.com