Holy Family clergy, staff and volunteers will be there in your time of need. Here are a few ways we tend to the needs of our parishioners and the community.
Ministry to the Sick & Homebound
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion to the Sick and Homebound (formerly Ministers to the Sick) bring the body of Christ through communion to patients in hospitals and nursing homes and to the homebound.
If you need Communion brought to you, contact the Administrative Office at 407-876-2211.
St. Vincent de Paul
One of the oldest charitable organizations in the world, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul actively offers person-to-person service to the needy and suffering in our community.
Funeral Planning & Bereavement
On behalf of Holy Family Catholic Church, we would like to extend our deepest sympathy at the loss of your loved one. We are here to help and support you during this difficult time.
Contact us for information on planning the funeral of your loved one, or receiving support and counseling during your time of bereavement.
The journey to God is not meant to be a solitary journey. As we walk this earthly path, we walk in communion with others. Often God’s desires for us are made known through the wise guidance, support, and loving challenge of another person. Spiritual Direction involves meeting with a trained and experienced Director to reflect on how God is present and active in your life right now, and how God might be calling you into deeper relationship.
If you are seeking a way to draw closer to God, to strengthen your prayer life, and aid you on your spiritual journey with our Lord, this year-round ministry is open to all throughout the year on a regularly scheduled meeting time or on an as-needed basis.