Local Church Programs

Anchor Baptist Church

Provides visitation services, including biweekly visits to the Groton Regency Convalescent Home. 52 Fanning Road, Ledyard. 860-886-9892, anchorbaptistledyard.org.

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church

Has an Elder Journey Gathering group on the second Tuesday of the month. The church also has a Caring Committee to provide transportation, meals, and other services to congregants in need. 19 Jay Street, New London. 860-443-0316, allsoulsnewlondon.org.

Christ Episcopal Church

Offers several ministries, including Lay Eucharistic Ministers to bring communion to homebound parishioners and monthly communion visits to two convalescent homes. 78 Washington Street, Norwich. 860-887-4249, cecnorwichct.org.

Christ United Methodist Church

Provides outreach and general care for homebound members. 200 Hazelnut Hill Road, Groton. 860-445-0088, christumcgroton.org.

Congregation Beth El

Has a Bikkor Cholim program to support those who are ill or otherwise in need. 660 Ocean Ave., New London. 860-442-0418, bethel-nl.org.

Community Baptist Church

Offers a “Young at Heart” connection group to bring together people of faith over the age of 55. 950 Gold Star Highway, Groton. 860-449-0700, cbcgroton.com.

First Congregational Church of New London

Compassionate care visitation ministry available to those who are homebound or hospitalized. 66 Union Street, New London. 860-443-8409, http://fccnl.org.

First Congregational Church of Old Lyme

The church has several programs for those in need, including a support group for caregivers. 2 Ferry Road, Old Lyme. 860-434-8686, fccol.org.

Groton Bible Chapel

A “Generations” ministry aims to connect to seniors, and provides a lunch and fellowship on the first and third Thursdays of every month. Several other programs are available to those in need. 66 Toll Gate Road, Groton. 860-445-1760, http://grotonbiblechapel.org.

Groton United Church of Christ

Offers a Care Team to visit those in need as well as several other charitable programs. 162 Monument Street, Groton. 860-445-7409, grotonucc.org.

Noank Baptist Church

With the Union Baptist Church, incorporated the nonprofit organization Mystic River Homes to build housing for low-income seniors. A number of other missions are also supported by the church. 18 Cathedral Heights, Noank. 860-536-7129, noankbaptistchurch.org.

Saint David’s Episcopal Church

Offers several outreach programs, including two services a month at the Groton Regency nursing home. 284 Stoddard’s Wharf Drive, Gales Ferry. 860-464-6516, saintdavidsgf.org.

Saint James Episcopal Church

Faith Action Committee visits convalescent members of the parish. 76 Federal Street, New London. 860-443-4989, http://stjamesnl.org.

Saint Mary, Mother of the Redeemer

Offers transportation to services as well as the Eucharistic Ministry to the Homebound. 69 Groton Long Point Road, Groton. 860-445-1446, stmarysgroton.org.

Saint Paul Church

Conducts visits to the homebound. 170 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford. 860-443-5587, stpaulchurchwaterfordct.org.

Salvation Army

Runs programs that help seniors with food and other basic needs. The Salvation Army also runs various social groups and has senior retreat sessions to the CONNRI Lodge and Conference Center in Ashford. 11 Governor Winthrop Boulevard, New London. 860-443-6409, ct.ri.salvationarmy.org/SNE/NewLondon.

Stedfast Baptist Church

Visits residents at the Groton Regency Nursing Home through its Nursing Home Ministry. 256 North Road, Groton. 860-449-8526, stedfastbaptist.com.

Victory Bible Baptist Church

Conducts services on the first Sunday of every month at the Fairview Nursing Home in Groton. 6 Fairway Drive, Ledyard. 860-464-2558, victorybiblebaptistchurch.org.