Pastoral Care Attend to the Gift
Pastoral care is a subject near and dear to the heart of Advent. Through this ministry we care for one another so we have the ability to share as we go into the world to "make Christ visible..." Pastoral Care focus is on Newcomers, Visitation, Hospitality, Prayer, and Transitional Support & Relationships.
Pastoral Care Ministry Leadership
• Reverend Nancy
• Sally Palic
For further information, contact the
Pastoral Care Ministry via email@example.com
At Church of the Advent, we also offer many opportunities for ministry. Volunteering to serve is how we "Make Christ Visible" together. Please take a moment to click on the form below. If you see anything of interest, simply check off the appropriate boxes, fill out your contact information, and click submit. We will work to ensure someone contacts you within 2 business days. Thank you!
What are your needs?
How can we help?
At Church of the Advent, we offer many ministries designed to help people within our Parish in times of need. If you believe that you or a member of your family may benefit from one of these ministries, please contact our Church office at 610 444 4624 and we will ensure you are connected to people who can help!
Alter Flowers for the sick
Meals for people who are ill
Prayer Chain for those in immediate need
Prayer Shawls for the sick
Lay Eucharistic Vistors
Planning for the End of Life Information Packet
Church of the Advent Birthdays and Anniversaries
Anniversaries In January
Carlo and Gaila Ciccarone
Loving God, help them to remember when they first met, and the strong love that grew between them. Help them continue to work that love into practical things so nothing can divide them. Give them words that are both kind and loving, give them hearts that are always ready to ask forgiveness as well as to forgive, and fill the rest of their days together with hugs and kisses. Amen.
Birthdays In January
Retta Lou Evans
Watch over your children, O Lord, as their days increase; bless and guide them wherever they may be. Strengthen them when they stand. Comfort them when discouraged or sorrowful. Raise them up if they fall. In their hearts, may your peace, which passes all understanding, abide all the days of their life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.