Care Guild Cooks!

Dear Friends of Kenilworth Union Church,

I am very pleased to announce my new Care Guild co-chairs, Carolyn Armstrong, and Michelle Astolfi. Carolyn and Michelle are going to lead Care Guild cooking that Susie Rammelt has helped with for many years. Thank you, Susie, and Welcome, Michelle, and Carolyn! It is a perfect time for them to join as co-chairs are working on our teams for next year.

We need you! Don’t think you have time? Don’t think you can cook or serve? Well, that’s the great thing about Care Guild. There are so many ways to

Be a Team leader: There is one team per month to serve when anyone in our congregation is in need. The Lead lets team members know when a meal needs to be delivered, a note needs to be written, or a member needs a ride.

Be a team member: Each team has 3–4 members. Team members are ready during their preferred month to write notes to those who are sick, sad, or healing. Members deliver meals (just grab one from the Care Guild freezer), help with rides, visit, and write cards to those in need.

Be a Cook: Cooks help when our Care Guild freezer needs to be stocked. Cooks will get a call or email when a cooking day is set. We usually cook three to four times a year. It’s a fun way to be with others while helping others.

Be a Driver: Drivers are volunteers willing to drive members who are unable to drive to events or services at the Church.

Be a Caring Connector: Caring Connections visits our members who may not be able to get to Church regularly or are not able to be as social as they use to be. Caring Connections can provide occasional visits or ongoing companionship.

You see? There are so many ways YOU can help our very own Kenilworth Union Church members. Now is the time to sign up!

If you have any questions about Care Guild, please do not hesitate to reach out to me, Carolyn Armstrong or Michelle Astolfi. We would love to have your help.

Katie Nahrwold
Care Guild Chair