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Homebound & Hospital Ministry


Visitation of Sick and Homebound

Parishioners in the St. John Neumann community who are sick, homebound, or for various other reasons unable to come to Mass on Sundays, are still an integral part of our parish.  They are in communion with us even though they are not physically present at the Eucharist.  No matter the reason- hospitalized, recuperating from surgery, medical problems, or temporarily/permanently unable to attend church - extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion for the sick are available to bring Communion to you.

 If you or anyone in your household is homebound or hospitalized and unable to attend mass, the Homebound Ministry is here to keep you connected to the St. John Neumann community.

Hospital Ministry

This ministry takes the Eucharist to Catholic patients at Johnston Willis Hospital during April, August and December. It is a very rewarding ministry and one that is always looking for volunteers.

To Schedule a Visit or Volunteer

To schedule a visitation to the sick or homebound or to volunteer contact Marg Kivikko (marg.kivikko@hotmail.com)

To volunteer for hospital ministry contact Tammy Vosburg (pattam1@verizon.net).

For further assistance, contact Lee in the front office at 804-596-3754 or Deacon Jim Tubbs (jimtubbs25@gmail.com) 


TO REQUEST THE SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING THE SICK contact Lee Mecca in the parish office (Mon – Fri, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) at 804-596-3754.   After hours or weekends call Mary Cleary at 804-598-1906 or 760-525-6840.  

The Sacrament of Anointing is also celebrated the last Sunday of each month at 9:45 AM.

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