Health Resources

Prayer Requests

Please write all prayer requests on the provided prayer request note sheets at the Mary’s Altar in the church and place them in the box provided or fill out the form below. Ministry of Prayer volunteers receive a monthly mailing of prayer requests, which they include in their daily prayers.


Eucharistic Ministers to the Homebound and/or Recuperating

If you would like the Eucharist brought to your home, nursing home, assisted living facility, senior housing facility, or hospice center contact Ann Marie Labin, 410-683-0600 or

Handyman Service

Volunteers can make minor repairs or install safety equipment in the homes of the elderly or infirmed. Volunteers can also assist senior and/or infirmed parishioners with small projects and errands. Contact Ann Marie Labin, 410-683-0600 or

Hospital Visits

Parish staff and clergy will attempt to visit parishioners in local hospitals. Due to HIPAA rules, please notify the Parish Office at 410-683-0600 to ensure we are aware of you or your loved one’s hospitalization.


Blood Pressure Screenings / Blood Drives / Flu Clinic

Information on health topics and blood pressure screenings are offered at fellowship, usually the last Sunday of each month, and during the week in the Parish Office (by appointment). Blood drives are held at the parish at least four times a year with the assistance of the Red Cross Blood Donation Program. A flu vaccine clinic, sponsored by St. Joseph Medical Center, gives influenza vaccines free of charge every October.

Contact Ann Marie Labin, 410-683-0600 or

Parent’s Day Out

Parents of special needs children have the morning free without children to do whatever they need to do that day. Volunteers are paired with a child for a day of fun activities and games once every 3-4 months on Saturday morning.