We want to know you and care for you through at-home Eucharist, healing prayer, and tangible support ministries.
Contact Robin Puryear, Director of Pastoral Care, to inquire about pastoral care support at 615-385-2150 x 247 or email@example.com
We love to care for our parishioners at home, in the hospital, or in a rehab facility. Clergy and volunteers visit church members in need of prayer, anointing, Eucharist, or just a personal visit.
St. George’s clergy are available to speak with you personally to provide pastoral support and encouragement. Please contact any of our clergy directly to schedule an appointment. Our clergy are also able to recommend professional counselors as needed.
Navigating Grief & Loss
We periodically offer a 5-week class led in partnership with therapists from Insight Counseling Centers. for all who are experiencing grief and loss.
Prayer & Healing
God delights to bring healing into all parts of our lives – physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual. Week after week as we pray together, God comes with healing, freedom, joy, and peace. Week after week, God is healing people we love here at St. George’s.
Sunday Healing Prayers
Those who attend services at 8:45, 9:00, and 11:00am on Sunday morning are invited to receive personal prayers for healing after receiving communion. Each Sunday, prayer ministers will be waiting to pray with you. Questions? Contact Brad Thomason, Coordinator | 615-604-3109 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday Healing Service
If you desire prayers for yourself or others, we invite you to our Healing Service every Wednesday at 10:00am in the Chapel. In addition to readings and Eucharist, a priest and a lay person will be present to pray with you for any need including physical, mental, or emotional healing.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
This group of experienced and novice knitters and crocheters meet the first Saturday of each month from 10:00am to 1:00pm in the Library. Prayer shawls are given to those who would benefit from a spiritual "hug." Prayers are said as the shawls are being made and blessed by a priest when finished. If you would like to be a part of this ministry but do not know how to knit or crochet, we will be happy to teach you. Questions? Contact Mary Jackson, Coordinator | 615-330-4153 or email@example.com.
We want to know you and care for you through these important ministries. Each ministry below exists to provide support for our church family in times of need. And each ministry exists thanks to abundant volunteer support from church members. The groups below would be delighted to have new volunteers in their midst, and they would be equally delighted to be able to serve you through their area of ministry.
We care for and connect with those in our parish family who are unable to be with us for worship and other weekly activities. Connecting could be as simple as a visit, a phone call, or a card each month. Contact church member Karen Lackey to learn more (615-352-6263 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Volunteers deliver special flowers to stay-at-home parishioners during the Christmas and Easter seasons. Contact Robin Puryear, Director of Pastoral Care, to learn more (615-385-2150 x 247 or email@example.com).
Chefs on Call
This group prepares a choice of casseroles that are frozen for the urgent or chronic needs of our church family and friends. A casserole may be picked up at any time in the church kitchen. Contact church member Sally Miller to learn more (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Volunteers deliver a meal for church members with new babies soon after the birth of a child. Contact church members Stephanie Gillmor (StephLTidwell@gmail.com) or Catherine Grace (email@example.com) to learn more.
Based on Romans 16:1-2, this ministry arranges up to 6 meals for parishioners who, for whatever reason, would be blessed by a hot meal delivered to their home. Contact church member Kate Meriwether to learn more (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Caring individuals are needed to drive some of our older adults to church for Sunday morning worship. Contact Robin Puryear, Director of Pastoral Care, to learn more (615-385-2150 x 247 or email@example.com).
The Shepherds are a volunteer team ready to answer short term needs of St. George’s parishioners—from rides to the doctor or church, to errands, to small household tasks. They "reach in" to smooth out temporary rough spots in times of need. Contact church member Alice Essary to learn more (615-957-7156).
St. George’s ROGUES (Retired Old Guys Unpaid Executive Services) offer assistance to the community in multiple ways. They bring life and career experience to help with St. George’s Enterprise Ministries (SGEM), Crisis Response team, and other initiatives. They’re available to offer support and mentoring to anyone needing it, and they welcome any other retirees interested in joining them. For more information, contact the Rev. Richard Kew and the rest of the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.