Homebound Ministries

The Homebound Ministry was founded in 2002 as a special organization for those parishioners of St. Paul with medical  restrictions. It became apparent that many of these parishioners with special needs did not attend the Divine Liturgy on Sunday, and therefore the Homebound Ministry was established to reach out to these  individuals.

Several times our Cleregy conduct the Divine Liturgy for them so they can receive Holy Communion. This liturgy is always held on a Saturday for the convenience of their   families and caregivers. Following the  Liturgy, they enjoy a luncheon in the Cathedral Center, which is prepared by Lou Patrickakos and his volunteers.

To help our parishioners using wheelchairs and walkers we provides a special ramp so they can enter the Cathedral Center safely. The Homebound Ministry has provided an opportunity for our members to attend the Divine Liturgy, make new friends and to enjoy a pleasant “away from home activity”. New members are always welcomed.   For more information please contact Joan Prieston.

 


Upcoming Events

Golden Leaves Ball Committee - PCO
Jun 26 7 pm
Grief & Bereavement-SSO
Jun 26 7:30 pm
Reservations/Ministries Meeting-CC
Jun 26 8 pm
Annual Cathedral Golf Outing - Garden City Country Club
Jun 27 8 am
SAINT PAUL Name Day Great Vespers
Jun 28 7 pm
ST. PAUL'S NAMEDAY
Jun 29 7 am
STS. PETER & PAUL ORTHROS & DIVINE LITURGY
Jun 29 8:30 am
Orthros
Jun 30 7:45 am
Divine Liturgy
Jun 30 9 am
Vacation Church School-HR
Jul 1 9 am


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Services Schedule

Sundays: Orthros : 7:45 AM | Divine Liturgy: 9:00 AM
Paraklesis :  Tuesday 9:30 AM  and Thursday 6:30 PM 
For information on all weekly Liturgies and Services please visit our calender page or contact the Church office at (516) 483-5700


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