VISITING THE SICK
Our pastoral care for people who are ill, both short and long term, is of great importance to us. We offer communion at home each month to anyone who is too unwell to attend church and who wishes home communion. But we also visit anyone in our parish, whether or not they are or have been regular members of one of our churches. The best thing is to call a member of staff or the parish office to arrange a home visit. We have a strong team of lay visitors who visit members of their churches and who support the clergy in the ministry of pastoral care.
We also take communion to nursing homes in the parishes and to the Clevedon Cottage Hospital when the wards are open.
For any information call the parish office on 01275 873257
A ‘Drop in’ group ‘Living with Loss’ offers support in times of change, either bereavement or any significant change in life. You are invited to meet others in similar situations. Just come along – drop in – between 2 – 4 pm on fourth Friday of each month at St Mary’s Church Hall. Tea is always available. Members of the team are able to give information and one-to-one support if wished. The drop in Sessions are confidential and the privacy of those attending is respected.
Further information : Please ring Angela on 01275 871247