Altar Servers – Adult
Adult servers are used primarily to serve at funeral liturgies. Training is provided.

Altar Servers – Youth
High School students as well as children in grade six and up are invited to assist the priest at weekend liturgies. Servers may also be asked to serve weddings, special liturgical feasts and other celebrations. This ministry is open to day school and PSR students.

Art and Environment: A&E
A&E is involved with the preparation of the church for each liturgical season and weekend Masses. Anyone with an appreciation of liturgy and a desire to help enhance it are welcome. If you have talents in the visual arts then you are most welcome. The committee meets as needed in preparation for the seasons and the time to decorate.

Children’s Liturgy of the Word: CLW
Children’s Liturgy of the Word is held during the 11 a.m. Mass during the school year. Children ages 6 and up are invited to join an adult facilitator to hear the proclamation of the Word and participate in activities that bring the Word to life for them. Adult volunteers and assistants are needed. Formal materials and assistance are provided.

Eucharistic Ministers
Ministers of the Eucharist have a special responsibility to assist the clergy in the distribution of Holy Communion in the forms of the Body and Blood of Jesus. If you feel called to be an E.M., please contact a member of the staff for discussion. Certain criteria and a Diocesan training session are required.
Eucharistic Ministers to the Homebound
Eucharistic Ministers are needed to take Holy Communion to those who are not able to be with us for the weekend celebrations of the Mass because they are homebound or in nursing homes. Spending some additional time with the individual is also greatly appreciated.

Lectors proclaim the Word of God during weekend Masses and other liturgical celebrations after prayerfully reviewing the Scriptures. Periodic training and updates are provided.

Ushers welcome and offer seating assistance to those attending Mass. They also assist in the taking of the weekly offering, the sending forth of the gifts and the distribution of the weekly bulletin. This ministry is open to men and women, including young adults.