Health Ministry News
Health Ministry Contacts
• Health Ministry – Bev Wilkerson 660-473-2033
• Bereavement Ministry – Ann Dove 660-527-3794
• Take Them a Meal – Bev Wilkerson 660-473-2033
• Prayer Shawl Ministry – Rectory at 827-2311C
• Crochet & Sewing Tuesdays – Carol Schibi 660-620-3795
Meals to New Parents! We need a Coordinator! This position requires the volunteer to set up Take them a Meal. Once the volunteers are entered into the program, the only responsibility is calling new parents regarding food choices and delivery details. You post the schedule and it is done. Please contact Bev Wilkerson 660-473-2033 if you have questions or can help with this ministry.
Prayer Shawl Ministry – This ministry also needs a coordinator. You don’t need to knit or crochet. The coordinator packages the prayer shawls and makes sure there are packaging materials and prayer cards on hand. Dianne will run off the prayer cards and Health ministry will pay for packaging materials. At present we have 6 prayer shawls on hand – so if any of our many crochet/knit volunteers can produce a prayer shawl – that would be great! A big thank you to all the parishioners who do crochet or knit these shawls. They are always welcomed. Call the rectory if this stewardship opportunity fits your needs.
July is Park and Recreation Month
Parks are at the center of so many experiences and memories — moments that park and recreation professionals help make happen. Our local parks are often our first experiences in nature, our introduction to a favorite hobby or physical activity. They are places to gather with friends and family, spaces to celebrate life’s special moments, spots of respite and healing, sites that connect us with essential community services and so much more.
In Sedalia we are lucky to have so many parks to enjoy. Outdoor spaces are safe even during COVID!
• Plan a visit to one of Sedalia’s parks
• Hike at Bothwell Lodge State Park
• Take in Knob Noster State Park
Many State parks are within driving distance of Sedalia for a day outing. Check out the Missouri State Park website for ones you may want to visit. One of my favorites is Ha-Ha Tonka which has interesting geographical formations and many hiking trails.