Women are God ’s instruments for bringing new life into the world.
Click here for an overview of the program in PDF format.
Elizabeth Ministry volunteers are God’s instruments for supporting other women who bring (or wish to bring) new life into the world.
Today at St. Margaret Mary Parish, Elizabeth Ministry volunteers are helping other women celebrate their role in God’s plan of creation. Volunteers help during pregnancy and childbirth. They offer support when conceiving is difficult. They share many of the joys and sorrows that a mother experiences throughout her life span. Elizabeth Ministry volunteers do all these things with a love that only one woman can offer another.
|"My favorite part of the day is visiting the new moms... often there are tears - tears of happiness and thanksgiving that God has been so good..."
- Chris Bush Here is the complete reflection
Elizabeth Ministry volunteers are needed for the following teams: click on each team to see details.
|Meal Team||Pro Life Team|
|Ministry to the Sick Team||Baptism Buddies|
|Miscarriage and Loss Team|
If you are interested in volunteering for this ministry please complete the three steps listed below in order to get started:
- Complete the Personal History Information Form
- Complete the Fingerprinting process through the Diocese of Orlandowebpage and select Fingerprinting under the Employment heading on the left. Choose St. Margaret Mary and the church is covering the cost, so you do not need to pay.
- Watch the Safety Training Video and complete questions. Click here to begin that process (you will need the code from your fingerprinting paperwork to login to the video).
In return, Elizabeth Ministry volunteers receive:
- Personalized assistance when deciding how best to use their talents
- Support and encouragement from ministry coordinators and fellow volunteers
- Assurance that their time and talent will be used effectively
- Feedback on the results of their service and on the success of the ministry
- Personal satisfaction in knowing that their efforts are greatly appreciated, make a real difference, and directly support the overall mission of the parish.