Who are members?
•Those receiving their care
•Persons providing service and support to the elderly, their families, and their caregivers
Each plays a key spiritual role. (To read more about that, click here.)
Is there a cost?
Are there dues?
Why do you offer membership?
It's a way for people to join together and give and receive support. To become the "two or three gathered in my name" (Matthew 18:20).
Why should I become a member?
To be among that community of prayer and support.
Is membership open to ordained, religious and laity?
What are a member's obligations?
1. Pray for caregivers.
2. Pray for those receiving care.
How do I become a member?
There is an online form here. And a printable form here. Or you can call toll-free: 1-800-392-JOHN (5646).
Can I sign up someone else?
Yes, but only with that person's permission, please.
What do I get with my membership?
You can choose to receive a caregiver's prayer book and a quarterly newsletter. Both are free.
Does the Friends of St. John the Caregiver sell, rent or give away its membership list?