St. Paul's provides pastoral care to all who seek help formally and informally, one-on-one or in groups. Pastoral care may be provided by a member of the clergy or trained lay people. Visits can be made to those who are house-bound or in hospital or assistance to individuals in times of family illness or distress.
- Lay Eucharistic Ministers. Four parishioners are licensed to take theSacraments to home-bound individuals.
- Prayer Chain. The prayer chain comprises a group of parishioners who pray for parishioners in times of particular need.
- Practical Assistance in Times of Need. St. Paul's has a long tradition of providing meals and other practical assistance to fellow parishioners in times of family illness or care-giver disability. If you would like to have one of the clergy visit when hospitalized, you need to tell the hospital staff to notify St. Paul's.