Matthew 25:36, “…When I was sick you visited me…” Saint Rose has approximately 30 volunteers who are trained for visiting ministries. This includes visiting people in Hospitals, Care Centers and those who are homebound. In these ministries the church community comes to you when you cannot come to church due to illness or aging.
Hospital Visits are made weekly by the Pastoral Associate. Due to privacy laws, most hospitals no longer contact churches. Please let us know if you or a family member are (or will be) hospitalized.
Friendly Visits to the Homebound and Care Centers
Our understanding of God is deepened as we share our faith journey with others. Trained volunteers are available to visit parishioners in homes or care centers, bringing news of parish life and helping maintain ties to the Saint Rose parish family.
Parish Bulletins to the Homebound
We are also happy to mail the Parish Bulletin to members who are homebound or in Care Centers who would enjoy reading about parish life.
Communion to the Homebound
Communion may be brought to you at home, if you are no longer able to attend Mass. Day and time will be arranged on individual basis, matching availability of volunteers and homebound parishioners.
To request a visit, bulletin or learn about becoming a Visiting Ministries Volunteer: Call Amy Chabot at the Parish Center at 651-645-9389.