When you encounter challenging situations — times of sadness, illness, or major life change as well as times of celebration — you are surrounded by a caring faith community at Holy Trinity. Through prayer and presence, clergy and volunteers support people who are ill, hospitalized, lonely, or have other needs. There’s even a ministry to read to people whose eyesight is failing.
Holy Trinity’s Parish Nurse, Maureen Flak, a licensed registered nurse, can help address health concerns. Maureen is employed by Holy Trinity through the Congregational Nursing Program of Cone Health. She visits in hospitals and homes; offers wellness opportunities to staff, parishioners, and Holy Trinity Day School families; provides education and health screenings; and talks with parishioners over the phone and in person to provide a resource for health information of all kinds. She organizes nurses and other health professionals within the Parish to assist with events such as blood pressure clinics, flu immunization clinics, and blood drives. Contact Maureen at 336-272-6149 ext. 242 or .
Intercessory Prayer Ministry
Members of the Intercessory Prayer Ministry are committed to praying for the specific needs of others and must honor the confidence and privacy of individuals and families. Based on the belief in the efficacy of prayer, this ministry views intercessory prayer as a profound expression of love. Your prayer requests may be put to the parish at large through the Sunday Bulletin or kept private among our intercessory prayer volunteers, as you wish. Submit a prayer request to .