Pastoral care at Trinity means helping each other at times of need and celebrating their joys. It takes many people to respond to a parish family this size. Some of the things we do now are:
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do I have to do it every time a request comes in?
A. No, when a request for a service comes in, an email will go out to all who have said they would provide the service. Anyone who is available will reply. You are not required to participate any specific number of times.
Q. Do I have to attend another meeting?
A. Only if you want to be a coordinator for a service or be more involved in deciding what services to provide. The Pastoral Commission meets once a month in the Library at Trinity. All are welcome. Our current meeting time is generally the third Thursday of the month at 4:30 p.m.
Q. Do I get reimbursed for ingredients for food I provide?
A. There may be times when there is a fund for providing food but most times you will not be reimbursed.
Q. Who can get help and how do they get it?
A. Anyone in the Trinity family can get help. All they have to do is let the church know what they need. A call to the office starts the process. Here is how it works:
Q. Who are the coordinators?
A. Members of the Pastoral Commission take turns being the coordinator, usually for one month at a time.
Pastoral Care is an important part of the Trinity experience. We hope you will not hesitate to ask for help or volunteer to help someone in need. Caring goes a long way to build up the body of Christ. We want to thank the many people who have claimed themselves as givers of pastoral care. Won't you be one?
— Spencer Anspach, Chris Johns, Charlie Dupree, Christine Conrad, Pat and Gates Agnew, Connie Peppler, Diane Singleton, Gretchen Horlacher, Heather Lake, Hilary and Stan Hamilton, Mari Bryan, Lydia Finkelstein, Margaret Jones, Mary Jo Barker, Mary Young, Sue Robinson, Nancy Hutchens, Nancy Rayfield, Richard Hvale, Steve Chambers, Virginia Hall
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Hours: Trinity parish office is open Monday–Wednesday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Thursday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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