Liturgy, defined as any form of public worship, is the work of the people. As a people of faith, we are called to serve our sisters and brothers at liturgy through the various liturgical ministries. All liturgical ministers are asked to commit to an initial training and formation session; additional time commitments vary with each ministry. Ministers are scheduled through the office, so that families may serve in various ministries at the same liturgy. With all volunteer ministries, a minimum commitment of one year is requested. Specific time commitments vary with each ministry.
Youth in 4th through 10th grades assist the Priest at the altar during weekend liturgies and at funerals.
Assist in distributing the Body and Blood of Christ during Mass. Commitment: Arrive 20 minutes prior to Mass and serve on a rotating monthly schedule.
Proclaim the Scriptures at Mass. Commitment: Serve on a rotating monthly schedule
Welcome parishioners to the sanctuary and help those who need assistance with entering the building. You may also help guide people to open seats or assist with information needs. Distribute bulletins following each Mass.