*The mission of the Caring Connections is to offer sympathy and support, encouragement and love which is at the head of a Christian community to everyone at St. John Vianney parish.
Caring Connection was initially known as The Bereavement Committee. The primary focus was to address the needs of those in the parish suffering the loss of a loved one. It was started by some concerned parishioners. Since then, as Caring Connections, its goal of providing support has extended to those who are ill and to the homebound as well as welcoming new families to our community.
To welcome new families to our parish;
To let our parishioners know the Church cares for them. To support parishioners who have lost loved ones through death;
To reach out to those experiencing illness;
OUTREACH PHONE CALLS
Made to the family of the deceased by a member of Caring Connections to show continued support as a parish.
Made to welcome new families in the parish, and answer questions regarding the activities and organization of St. John Vianney
Sympathy cards are sent to the family of the bereaved on behalf of the St. John Vianney parish community.
Thinking of You cards are sent to parishioners who are ill to show our support and concern.
MASS OF REMEMBRANCE
In the Fall, parishioners who have died during the previous year are remembered by the church community in a special way.
Caring Connections meetings are held on the second Monday of each month September through May in the Fireside Room (Parish Hall) at 6 P.M.
AREAS OF SERVICE FOR VOLUNTEERS
Caring Connection Volunteers are needed in the following areas:
- Take Eucharist to the sick and homebound.
- Make calls to families who have lost loved ones.
- Make welcome calls to new families in the parish.
To volunteer please call: Linda Morales: email@example.com