Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care describes LOVE in action by providing care, prayer, and service to parishioners who are sick, hospitalized, homebound, or in need of special attention. Meetings are held every month on the second Tuesday of the every odd-numbered month at 11 a.m. in the Conference Room. 
     The "Pastoral Care Office" is open weekly. Gail Hencken, RN, LMHC, is available for consultation most Wednesdays between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall Library. Free. Professionally qualified help is offered to provide resources, listen, and support you in whatever way you need. If you are interested in providing Pastoral Care or participating in this worthwhile ministry, please contact Gail Hencken (wehgg44@yahoo.com). 
     No walk-ins. Please contact Gail for an appointment or for more information. You can call or text her at 407-718-9128 or email (wehggh44@yahoo.com).           

Prayer Shawls

Join in to knit and crochet prayer shawls, baby hats, and blankets for local hospitals. Also, knit hats and scarfs for the retired teachers of Seminole County to give to the homeless children. We meet weekly and the group will teach you if you do not know how to knit or crochet. Contact: Sharon Knapp at sharonknapp@msn.com

Walking The Mourner's Path

Walking the Mourner’s Path Class is offered each year to all those who have experienced the death of a person who was closely related, either family or friend. If someone close to you has died either recently or in the past, whether you are struggling or at peace with it, this program is for you. This eight-week grief program involves inviting Jesus to be a part of both the pain and the healing. In the weekly workshops of Walking the Mourner's Path, the small group of four to ten persons meets weekly and is led by trained facilitators with the assistance of a clergy person. 
     We follow a workbook with meditations, questions for reflection and exercises to help heal the grief. This class provides a safe environment to allow for expressing as little or as much as needed and is grounded in prayer. Participants in a Mourner's Path Group will learn that while their situation and pain is unique, they are not alone on the healing journey. Members of the group learn tools for healing and moving forward with their lives. Research has shown that participants in groups with a specific beginning and end that provide tools for learning heal from their grief more quickly than open-ended groups without an established course.
     The prayer of the group is this: “Together we can do what I cannot do alone."
Tricky Transition

Tricky Transition -- Parenting adult children is tricky; being an adult child is tricky.

Anytime there are no defined guidelines and no measure of “right” or “wrong” life transitions are challenging. Paradoxically, it is a gradual process that seems to happen suddenly.  

Not long ago I ran across this article in the AARP Magazine that captured my attention and I thought it would be fun to share (Read More).

Awareness, intention, and mindfulness are keys to success in just about everything to do with relationships and life transitions.

Come share your ideas, thoughts and/or concerns on Wednesdays in the Pastoral Care Office.
- Gail Hencken

Worship Schedule

Sunday services are in person and live-streamed on YouTube.

  • Sunday Worship, 8:00 & 10:30 a.m.
  • Evening Worship, 5:00 p.m. (in person and Facebook Live)
  • Morning Prayer, Monday-Friday at 9 a.m. on Facebook Live only.

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