St. Paschal's Hosts
The St. Paschal’s Host assists in preparations for the Wednesday Night Dinners. They are responsible for setting the tables, serving food and cleaning the dishes after dinner.
For more information Email Barbara Durocher
The Caring ministry prepares and delivers food to those in the Parish who are in need due to many different circumstances.
This ministry delivers the altar flowers to homes of fellow parishioners to show our care and concern.
The prayer chain prays daily for those in need and those who are rejoicing, as well as for those on the St. David’s prayer list in the Sunday service bulletin. The prayer chain is under the auspices of St. David’s Daughters of the King, Grace Chapter.
This ministry is led by lay people who deliver Eucharist to those who are not able to come to Church.
Men's Club Breakfast
The breakfast teams are part of the Men’s Club. The men gather to cook breakfast for the congregation before the 7:45 am service and are on 6-8 week serving rotation teams. Donations accepted for breakfast.
Questions email Leonard Ferrand
Caregivers Support Group
This group helps parishioners who are caring for family or friends in the way of support and knowledge of resources.
The Grief Ministry assists parishioners deal with a death of a loved one.
Healing Prayer Ministry
Confidential, individual Healing Prayer is available every Sunday during Holy Eucharist in St. Bridget’s Chapel. The prayer team will be in the Chapel waiting to welcome you and to join with you in prayer.
Daughters of the King
Daughters of the King The Order of the Daughters of the King was founded by the Episcopal Church in 1885 to be an extension of Christ’s kingdom through prayer, service and evangelism. Daughters of the King, in a lifetime vow, pledge to undertake a spiritual discipline that incorporates a Rule of Life through the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Prayer Shawl Ministry Members of this ministry meet for prayer and to knit or crochet prayer shawls for persons experiencing illness, grief or other challenging life events. Shawls are provided to the Clergy or a Stephen Minister for distribution.