How can we help you?
Our Saviour’s demonstrates our Christian spirit of caregiving through compassionate care for all of God’s people. We strive to ensure every member of our church family, who is in need, receives compassionate and appropriate support.
“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”
John 13: 34-35
If you or a loved one are in need of emotional, social or spiritual support, know that personal visits in home, hospital or care facility are available.
Our Saviour’s Parish Nurse promotes physical and mental health wellness through a spiritual health focus, and provides caring support for members of all ages and their families.
CALLS & CARDS
Personal phone calls to support, listen and offer guidance to available resources are available. Care Cards are sent for Sympathy, Get Well, Thinking of You and Special Birthdays
Call or Text: 651.307.6220
Our prayer chain is composed of church members who pray daily for those requesting prayers for themselves and others. Prayer requests can be for anyone, not just members of our church or community. Requests are kept confidential unless otherwise specified and may be submitted to the Prayer Chain: email@example.com or to the Prayer Chain Anchor, Sherri Lohmann by phone or text at 651-307-6220 (voicemail is available if no one answers). You may also call the church office, 651-437-9052.
Call or Text: 651.437.9052
Prayer Shawls are lovingly hand-crafted by our members. During its creation, prayers are said for its eventual recipient. Upon completion, the shawl is blessed by a Pastor before being delivered.
Other care and comfort items skillfully and created with love throughout the year to provide to those in need of additional care and comfort include:
Mittens, Hats and Scarves
Walker Bags and Booties
Baby Blankets and Crib Quilts
A Service of Remembrance is offered in early December for those who would like to take a break from the hustle and bustle just to be still and honor those who can’t be with us at Christmas. One of the pastors or a guest speaker leads this service, followed by refreshments.
Remembrance Tree – During the month of December, the Remembrance Tree in the Chapel is a way to remember in a special way, loved ones who have died by writing the name on a bow, placing the bow on our Tree of Remembrance and then removing from the tree a special ornament to take with you.
Two Grief Support Groups are offered in Hastings:
Tilden Community Center – 310 River Street, Hastings MN
Gone Too Soon Grief Support Group
This support group is a safe place for parents to gather to gain understanding and support as they navigate the winding road of loss and grief. Each session includes an educational component provided by a speaker or video, followed by a small group discussion.
Third Wednesday of every month, 6:30-8:00 pm.
Hastings Area Grief Support Group
provides a caring environment of mutual support and education for those grieving the death of a significant person. In a respectful Christian atmosphere, this group welcomes all people with opportunities to understand and express their own grief experiences. An educational component is provided followed by a small group time with others experiencing a similar loss.
Fourth Thursday of every month, 6:00-7:30 pm
Both groups are facilitated by Dick & Donna Mathiowetz who have worked in the arena of loss, grief, and resiliency for more than 25 years following the deaths of two teenage sons.
Please contact Donna directly with any questions.