Pastoral Care, The Sacraments, Lay Eucharist Visitor
Please contact Beth Delos Reyes (727) 687-5619, Sandye Lightfoot (727) 522-6208, or Ruth Blakley (727) 525-9419 with your spiritual or pastoral needs such as Prayer Chain Requests for the sick or homebound and for hospital visitations. If you want to include names in Sunday’s Bulletin prayer list, email Rose Mary Winslow email@example.com before Wednesday evening. Should you wish to add a name to our Prayer List while at church put a slip in the “Prayer Request” box in the rear of the sanctuary or email Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sacraments sustain and strengthen the people of God to live in Christ and with one another as community. The principal sacraments are: Holy Baptism and Holy Eucharist. All baptized persons, including children, are welcome to receive Communion.
A Lay Eucharistic Visitor is an individual licensed by the diocese to distribute previously blessed elements of Holy Communion to persons unable to attend regular worship, such as shut-ins or people recovering from illness in hospitals. The bread and wine they carry act as a symbol of the unity of Christ’s Body, which transcends boundaries of time and space, providing a sense of connection to persons who might otherwise feel isolated. Contact: Ruth Blakley (727) 525–9419.