Pastoral Care

Home Visits by Pr./Father Nathaniel

For parishioners who are home bound for any reason, whether age or health-related, Pr./Father Nathaniel is available for home visits on a regular basic. To request a visit, call 413-596-3045 or email the Parish Administrator at office@ctk-epiphany.org.

Lay Eucharistic Visits

Call 413-596-3045 to schedule or email the Parish Administrator at office@ctkwilbraham.org.

Nursing Home Ministry

  • Our parish lay readers lead a Morning Prayer service at Wingate Nursing Home on the first and third Sundays of the month at 11:00 a.m.
  • Pr./Father Nathaniel, as part of the Wilbraham/Hampden Clergy Association, offers Eucharist at Wingate Wilbraham and LifeCare, and Morning Prayer at Wingate Hampden, monthly. The services are Thursdays at 11 AM – the scheduled clergy rotates, and is not the same each month.
  • Parishioners are always encouraged to join these services. As these are private facilities, please contact Pastor/Father Nathaniel at pastor@ctkwilbraham.org for the schedule and to let him know you would like to attend.

Prayer Chain

Each week the Prayer chain goes out to a majority of our parishioners for additions to their daily prayers. Special prayer requests are accepted at any time, and names are automatically removed after 3 months, or sooner if requested. Names may be re-added by request. For additions or deletions to the prayer list, please contact: Elissa Alford, Parish Administrator (413-596-3045) or e-mail office@ctkwilbraham.org.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Provides shawls that were knitted or crocheted by parishioners and blessed by clergy for the comfort and support of those experiencing illness or times of stress.

Tender Loving Care (TLC)

Tender Loving Care emulates the Lord Jesus washing the feet of his disciples. A ministry of servanthood within Christ the King-Epiphany, TLC provides meals for individuals and families in times of crisis or special need. TLC also helps to fill needs such as transportation, childcare, visitation, overnight accommodations, and writing condolence cards.