Care Team

Care Ministry Team: Giving and Receiving

Since 2010, members of Covenant’s Care Team have made a real difference in the lives of others; they give freely of themselves. All members of our team have completed background checks and know the importance of keeping all services confidential. All team members have been trained by Catholic Charities’ Aging Services, a valued partner in this ministry. Team members provide important ministry to those who receive their services, both care partners and their caregivers.

Team members care for those they visit in several ways as needed and appropriate: Provide companionship and socialization (this is primary!) Help with errands. Assist with mail, correspondence, reading, phone calls, etc. Take notes during doctor appointments. Provided occasional transportation and/or outings.

Care Team Day Brighteners

Because more members and friends of Covenant seek the ministry of our Care Team, please consider joining Care Team to help make a difference in the lives of those who look to us. If you or someone you know would benefit from the ministry of our Care Team or to become a member or to seek more information, please contact our office at 873-7494.

Care Team Day Brighteners
“It brightened my day!” A typical response heard after a Care Team visit from BOTH visitor and the visited.

Covenant’s Care Team Ministry has been around for 2 ½ years, but maybe you are still wondering what we are about. We enjoy visiting members of our congregation that are homebound, in assisted living or nursing homes to let them know they are still a valued member of Covenant. The visits may be just social, but we can also provide assistance with errands or light household tasks, or provide respite for a caregiver.

If you or someone you know might benefit from our Care Team Ministry, contact the church office.

Is God is calling YOU to join Covenant’s Care Team Ministry?

  • Would you like to make some new friends?
  • Do you have an hour or two or three to spare each month?
  • Do you enjoy a chat over coffee and a good laugh?
  • Back yard bird watching?
  • How about reminiscing over old times?
  • Sharing travel adventures?

These are some of the things Care Team members enjoy doing on our visits. Please prayerfully consider joining us. Brighten your day and somebody else’s too!

Covenant Care Team News
Health and Independence Resource Center
The Resource Center is located on the table next to the congregational mailboxes. The Center is maintained by the Covenant Care Team Ministry and includes helpful websites, notice of upcoming events and written resources for …

  • Middle-aged and older adults who want to stay healthy, active and independent
  • Individuals challenged by chronic conditions
  • CaregiversFamilies and friends
  • Materials are added frequently, so please check often.

Some current materials include:

  • Dane County Caregiver Assistance Newsletter
  • List of Dane County transportation resources
  • Information to support caregivers
  • List of Dane County caregiver support groups
  • Grief support resources
  • Alzheimer’s resources