The prayer connection is an important ministry of our parish as we intentionally pray for the special needs of others. With over 300 volunteers, prayer requests for strength, healing and comfort, and also prayers of praise and thanksgiving, are shared through an email database. We ask all who receive them to pray in confidence for God’s help in a time of need.
If you would like to be added to the Prayer Connection email list please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hospital or Home-bound Visitors
When it is not possible for a parishioner to stay connected with our parish family due to illness, age or some other reason, we would like to keep in touch with them, and do what we can to help meet their needs. Whether they are home or in the hospital, with the help of many volunteers, we offer Holy Communion, friendly visits, rides to appts, and whatever they need that falls within our means to provide.
For more info on how to become a volunteer please contact:
Sara Krohnke, 987-4597 – email@example.com
St. Boniface Meals Ministers help support parishioners by preparing homemade meals, or picking up a hot meal from a store or restaurant.
When a request comes in, the Meals Ministry Coordinator will send an email to all volunteers. The email will include the number of people in the family and if the family has any food dislikes or food allergies. It will also state where and when to deliver the meal. If you are able to help with the request, you simply reply to the email. This allows volunteers to choose the frequency of delivering meals.
For more info on how to become a volunteer please contact Mary Ann Saluri at firstname.lastname@example.org.