Pastoral Care at St James the Less

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PASTORAL CARE

PURPOSE STATEMENT

As members of the family of Christ, the community of St James the Less is called to personally share God’s love, comfort, and care with all those known to our congregation who are in need.

Pastoral Care is the shared responsibility of clergy and laity.  Although much pastoral care is undertaken by the rector, non-stipendiary clergy or pastoral care groups, the role of every person in the congregation is important as we are all called to love our neighbours as ourselves (Mark 12:31).

All enquiries regarding St James the Less church should be directed to the Rector, Nick Bowry, who will pass them on to the appropriate person.

Please contact  01968 678254  or  email  Rector.PandWL@gmail.com

OUR MINISTRIES

Please note: pastoral care involving personal visits or actions in church has had to be suspended until further notice. However, other options for help are being put into place. Contact as above for more information.

Our usual (currently suspended) specific pastoral caring ministries are mentioned in the list below.   If you would like information about any of these ministries please contact our Rector, Nick Bowry, (contact information above).

Coffee Time Cards —When there is a need, a get-well, congratulations (or other) card may be placed in the Parish Hall for parishioners to sign as a show of care and concern.

Communion Visitors— for someone requiring home communion because they are unable to attend services due to ill health or other reasons.

Pastoral Visitors— pastoral visitors works to maintain contact with those who have become longterm housebound or chronically ill.

Hospital Visits. 

Transportation.

POINTS OF INTEREST:

Healing Services (currently suspended) are held in the Peace Chapel on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7pm. All are welcome.

Prayer requests can be made by contacting our Rector, as above. Usually, prayer request cards are available on the pews in church at all services, simply place them in the basket at the back of the church. Unless marked ‘public’ these will be treated as confidential.

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