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Parish Outreach Committee

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Introduction

The Parish Outreach Committee of St. Patrick Church shall engage in the endeavor of inspiring and initiating programs that address the practical and spiritual needs of the members of St. Patrick Church. The Committee endeavors to initiate and promote efforts n areas including, but not limited to, the following:

Provide a booklet of parish information and community resources.

  • Survey special areas of need for activities and programs for young people, senior citizens, shut-ins, other groups.
  • Establish programs of visits to shut-ins, hospitals, the disabled, nursing homes, and prisoners.
  • Establish or promote the work of support groups to help widowed, separated, and divorced persons.
  • Arrange programs on family planning with the aid of Parish Nurses and Diocesan Offices.
  • Promote the work of groups that provide help and support for the victims of terminal illness.

 


Bereavement:

Provides comfort and assistance to families who have suffered the death of a loved one. This sub-committee also assists the family with preparation for the funeral Mass. Contact the Director of Liturgy.

 


 Parish Nurse Program:

This program is one of twelve parishes of the Greater Nashua Parish Nurse Partnership, which is a community service of the St. Joseph Hospital Parish Nurse Program. It is an ecumenical church/healthcare partnership designed to reaffirm the church's role in ministering to the whole person. As a community outreach program, this effort fosters collaboration between area organizations and churches to promote wellness and provide preventative healthcare services within the community. The parish nurse does not dispense or administer medications, perform invasive procedures, or duplicate existing home health programs and services. Rather, the parish nurse serves as a resource referral agent, health counselor, educator, promoter of holistic wellness, and is a member of the parish community. This program appeals to nurses, both licensed and retired, as well as others interested in healthcare ministry. Contact the Director of Evangelization.

 


Eucharistic Ministers to the homebound:

Provide friendship and Holy Communion to members of our community who are
homebound. These volunteers are Eucharistic Ministers as described under the Liturgy Committee.
Contact the Director of Liturgy.


 

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