The Pastoral Care Ministry gives parishioners the opportunity to show they care by extending a helping hand to others in need of support, kind words, and a sympathetic ear. Our pastoral care programs are broad and welcoming, with many participating in various ministry opportunities. Those who are called may serve in a number of important ways.
Eucharistic Visitors (EV) serves as a bridge between Sunday services and those who cannot attend by bringing communion to parishioners who are homebound or in the hospital. These visits include an abbreviated service using the day’s readings and prayers, as well as time for a visit.
Good Sams provides services on a short-term basis to parishioners who need help during times of illness or other emergencies. They provide meals, rides and other types of help. In 2018, Good Sams came to the aid of more than 150 parishioners.
At St. Paul’s, we have parishioners who are trained as healing prayer ministers. Healing prayer is available every Sunday during the 9:30 am service and also offered on the fourth Thursday of each month during Healing Eucharist at 12:15 pm. We can also schedule individual healing prayer sessions upon request. We invite you to join us in prayer.
Kairos is an international prison ministry at California Medical Facility (CMF) Vacaville, the California state correctional facility for prisoners with serious health problems. Kairos is also held at Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin (FCI Dublin), California for women. The mission of Kairos Prison Ministry is to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ to impact the hearts and lives of incarcerated individuals. The goal is to help them become loving and productive citizens of their communities.
Respite for Caregivers
Respite for Caregivers volunteers will give a break to someone caring for a loved one. If you are your own caregiver and would enjoy a friendly visit, or if you would like to provide respite to a caregiver, please