The Trinity Health Cabinet News
The Trinity Health Cabinet seeks to offer support and assistance by meeting parishioners needs holistically, ministering to body, mind and spirit. Currently, this includes the work of:
Eucharistic Ministry: If you are sick or shut-in and desire to receive an in-home visit and Holy Communion, please call Karen Allen in the parish office at (508) 753-2989 x11 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meals and Transportation: If you are in need of meal assistance or transportation to a medical appointment, grocery shopping or the like, please call Merrie Gerber at (508) 768-5178 or email her at email@example.com.
Advocacy: Trinity member, Babs VanRenterghem, has offered to help with patient advocacy and accompaniment. She writes: “Are you trying to figure out what you need to ask your doctor? Are you trying to make sense of the medical information you are finding online? If so, then maybe I can help. I spent the past year researching medical options and acting as a patient advocate for my dad. I have a Ph.D. in pharmacology and can help you navigate the weeds of medical information.” You may email Babs or call her at firstname.lastname@example.org or (508) 886-6474 (home) or (774) 253-6681 (cell). All communications are confidential.
Card Ministry: This is a ministry of sending a greeting card from Trinity to those who are ill, grieving or in the midst of challenging times. If you know of someone who would be helped to receive a card from Trinity, please contact Peggy Moskowitz at the Trinity Welcome Desk, (508) 753-2989 x 10.
If you are interested in serving on the Trinity Health Cabinet, or have ideas about expanding this important ministry, please contact Merrie Gerber at (508) 768-5178 or email her at email@example.com.
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Throughout history, countless stories have portrayed the foreign woman as the primary source of trouble. In the gospel reading for this coming Sunday, a foreign woman argues her case before Jesus, but in the end she is blessed. Come to hear this interesting story, and join us for mercy at the Master’s table.Readings: (click readings to view)