Our direct services include reaching out to the imprisoned, poor, addicted, aged, sick, homebound, and bereaved through a variety of ministries that provide spiritual, social and mentoring support to these communities.
This is a ministry to provide dinner for 20-25 homeless men. Please consider making an entrée, or a salad, or a dessert (sugar free is good – some are diabetic).
Volunteers make a meal to share with the men living at Andrews Place on 30th of each month.
sign-up to help here.
Christmas Giving Tree:
Christmas gifts are collected for families referred to us by a social service agency. Just please take a gift tag from the giving tree, buy the gift, wrap it, and return it for delivery.
Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA)
is a 12 Step Program for women and men who meet to support each other in our common recovery from two
an emotional or psychiatric illness and chemical/substance dependency.
Meetings are Open at Resurrection Parish every Monday from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Emmanuel Dining Room:
This is a ministry to feed the homeless. We
serve Resurrection's Shepherd's Pie on 12th of each month. Please consider
Family Promise Week At Ebenezer United Methodist Church:
Giving a little of your time means so much to these struggling individuals!
Hosting Weeks May 22nd – May 29th, July 24th – July 31st, November 13th – November 20th.
- Host Congregations (Ebenezer): Provide hospitality to Family Promise guest families at their church. These volunteers provide meals, overnight hospitality, and a friendly face. .
- Support Congregations (Resurrection): Provide in-kind resources or financial support in partnership with a host congregation.
To help , please contact Deb Buckels at
OR call 302-239-2275.
Thanks to your stocking the pantry with groceries, we are able to feed families. Our food bags go to folks of all ages - children, young adults, midlife, and elderly. . Please hold them and all who are hungry in your prayers. Please drop off nonperishable food items in the bin in the Gathering Space.
Grow a Row:
We also grow produce in our community garden for community food closets.
Immigrant Mass and Social:
Join us on the 1
Wednesdays as we pray the Mass with park workers, and share food with them afterwards. 6PM, Delaware Park Horseman’s Wellness Center.
is made up of women and men who take time to be present to those in our parish community who have lost a loved one through death. They offer their services in preparing luncheons that take place after the funeral here at Resurrection.
Once a month a Mass is offered for those who have gone before us. We will remember your loved one for one year at these Masses. We are always looking for volunteers who can help us prepare a luncheon by cooking a hot dish or making a salad or preparing a dessert. We are always appreciative of those who can help set up, serve and clean up during the luncheon. If you have a desire to help us, you can call Susie Oliver at 302-737-1660 or email her at
. Thank you for your consideration.
For those parishioners who are not able to make it to church, the Priests, Deacon, and Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick visit people's homes as well as area nursing homes, rehabilitation, and assisted living facilities. Our Priests visit with our parishioners, administering the Sacraments of Confession, Anointing of the Sick, and Holy Communion.
Each week a team of Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick visits with their fellow parishioners and brings Holy Communion. In some of the facilities, residents gather weekly for prayers.
If you or a loved one would like to receive a visit, please contact
Fr. Bill Graney
Fr. Greg Corrigan
Deacon John Falkowski
, or the
Resurrection Parish currently provides pastoral care at the following facilities:
Cadia Rehabilitation, Churchman's Village,
Woodlea Elderly Apartments.
Meal delivery drivers bring meals and warmth to homebound seniors during the lunch hour, Monday—Friday. It takes two volunteers to support our route of 20 clients per day, one week each month. We have five teams, so each team serves one day per month.
We continue to have an active prison ministry, divided between helping men at Young Correctional Center and women at Baylor Correctional Institution. We can always use more tutors, to assist either the men or the women. So if you can find an hour and a half one day a week in your schedule, we always welcome more help, and so do the men and women whom we visit. This effort has evolved into one of the largest single outreach ministries of the Parish, and we would love for you to
Thanksgiving Food Baskets
: Each November food and turkey vouchers are collected for families referred to us by a social service agency.
Knit or crochet a Prayer Shawl for someone in need of God’s compassion, love and comfort in their life. Pray as you create this work of love. This group meets on the 2nd Monday of the month in the Gathering Space.
The cash register receipts from Zingos the past six months total $75,213.75. Zingo will send a check to our outreach program for $752.14. Zingo has contributed $1504.93 this year to Resurrection. We sincerely thank Zingo for having this program and we thank everyone who shops at Zingo and deposits their receipts in the Zingo box on the table near the nursery.