The purpose of the worship committee is to coordinate all liturgical celebrations and nurture the faith development of the community.
Girls or boys, grade 4-8 (or adults) are invited and trained to become a server for weekend, school, or funeral liturgies.
Art and Environment
This group works to enhance liturgical celebrations by creating a prayerful and inviting workspace. Your time and talent are welcome for areas such as floral arranging, carpentry, or general upkeep of linens and vestments.
Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist
Adults, 18 or older are invited to assist in the distribution of the Eucharist both at liturgies and to the homebound. You must have received the sacraments of initiation and the orientation to be commissioned. Confirmed youth may also be eligible.
Gift bearers are voluntary members from the congregation to present our gifts to the Lord at the liturgy.
These ministers greet parish members, welcome visitors, assist with needs, and act as ushers for offertory and communion.
Lectors must have a clear speaking voice, a good understanding of the message being proclaimed, and be comfortable speaking in front of a group. Orientation and training are required.
Liturgy planning involves writing intercessions for Sunday, Holy Day, and seasonal liturgies.
We offer opportunities for adults and youth to share their musical talent with the parish by singing or playing an instrument. Choirs are available for weekend as well as funeral liturgies.
The prayer chain ministry prays for all requests submitted and raise awareness through the power of prayer.