"Wherever we go, won't we have Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament with us? Isn't that enough to make us happy?" - St. Solanus Casey
About Communion to Homebound
Our intent is to make Holy Communion available to all Catholics who would like to receive, but are unable to attend Sunday Mass due to injury, illness, advanced age, or circumstance. We distribute the Body of Christ to persons who are homebound, hospitalized, or in nursing homes/assisted living facilities in the Pickerington community.
To be a member of the Homebound Communion Ministry you must be simply be an Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. Once you have joined our ministry, your commitment will be once a week for two or three assigned months. Typically during that week, you would be visiting an average of two homebound parishioners.
Delivering Christ to ones who are unable to attend Mass is an immensely important responsibility. The opportunity to serve and share your faith with others will grow your faith in ways you have never imagined.
Interested in Joining?
If you would like to become involved or have further questions about this ministry, please contact Dave Hopkins.
Looking for More?
Are you interested in other Christian service ministry opportunities at Seton?