Eucharistic Visitors Ministry


We bring Holy Communion to those who are unable to attend Mass due to illness, disability, or other circumstances, allowing them to receive the Sacrament and feel connected to their faith community.

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Who We Serve

We serve individuals who are homebound, hospitalized, or in nursing homes, ensuring they have the opportunity to receive the Eucharist and maintain their spiritual connection with the Church.

Request a Eucharistic Visitor

If you or someone you know is ill, hospitalized, or residing in a nursing home and unable to attend Mass, you may request the assistance of a Eucharistic minister who can bring Holy Communion, ensuring that you can still partake in this sacred sacrament and experience the presence of Christ.

Request a Eucharistic Visitor

If you need emergency assistance:

Volunteer to be a Eucharistic Visitor

Who Can Serve

Commissioned Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion.

What Volunteers Do

We bring the love and presence of Jesus by taking Holy Communion to individuals who are homebound, hospitalized, or in a nursing home.

When We Serve

Volunteers typically offer their time and service to visit and bring Holy Communion to the homebound, hospitalized, or those unable to attend Mass due to illness or other reasons.

The specific schedule may vary depending on the needs and availability of the volunteers, but they often participate in visits on designated days or as requested by the recipients and the parish.

Why You Should Serve

You will bring comfort, support, and the presence of Christ to those unable to attend Mass, offering them spiritual nourishment and a sense of belonging within their faith community.

Required Safe Environment Training

If you are 18 years old and above, our archdiocese requires all adult volunteers to complete safe environment training.

This short one-hour online training teaches people how to create a secure and protected environment for everyone, especially children, by recognizing and preventing potential risks or harm.

Click here to register for Safe Environment Training.

Contact Us

Richard Niermeyer

Eucharistic Visitors to the Homebound Coordinator

Anne Locke

Eucharistic Visitors for Hospitals & Nursing Homes Coordinator

Connect with Us!
Call us during our office hours Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at 281.469.2686 or send us a message below.
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