Pastoral Care

When we are in community with each other, we are there for each other in good times and in challenging times.  Individuals or families in need of pastoral care may contact the church at 918-294-9444.  If your call occurs during non-work hours, you will be greeted with a message on the answering machine for the emergency number you can call.

Prayer and Support Offerings

Parish Prayer List

An important element of our life in Christian community is our prayer with and for one another. Those wishing prayer for themselves or a loved one may place that name on the Prayers of the People by calling the parish office, emailing the request to church@saint-patricks.com or simply writing it in on the sheet on Sunday morning.   Names are published in the weekly Prayers of the People and will be removed each week unless the need continues.

Intercessory Prayer Support

Private intercessory prayer is available through our Prayer Group. These prayer requests may be made by calling the parish office, or by contacting the Parish Administrator by e-mail at church@saint-patricks.com.   All prayer requests are confidential.  If you would like to serve as a member of the Prayer Group, please contact the Parish Administrator.

Grief Support Series

St. Patrick’s offers a periodic Grief Support Series, led by our deacon, The Rev. Cindy Ritter, for anyone experiencing grief that accompanies loss. This is a group that meets to offer support, understanding, and companionship during this difficult journey while sharing individual experiences with each other.

Healing Service

On the first Wednesday of each month, the clergy offers prayers for healing with anointing and the laying on of hands during the service, which begins at 6:30 p.m.

Prayer Blanket Ministry

Members of this ministry prepare comforting prayer blankets for those facing surgery or serious illness as an outward reminder of God’s love and the support of their parish family. Contact Debbie Mancuso at woofemom@olp.net to be involved.

Hospital Visitation

Members who are in the hospital for extended stays or outpatient procedures can most generally expect a visit from one of our clergy or other members of the body each day.  We ask that you let us know of planned or emergency hospitalizations for yourself or a loved one by calling the parish office or by contacting the Parish Administrator by e-mail at suzanne@saint-patricks.com.