Liturgy & Worship
Altar Servers & Acolytes
Altar serving is one of the oldest ministries in the Church. It is a great opportunity to grow closer to God and to serve in a very solemn manner at the Mass. This ministry helps to assist the priest throughout the Eucharistic celebrations and is for adults and children (10 and over).
Eucharistic Ministers assist the clergy to serve Holy Communion to our brothers and sisters in Christ at Mass.
The greeters are the people that our parishioners and visitors first meet upon entering the Church.
A lector is the person who proclaims the first or second reading at Mass. This person also may lead the Prayers of the Faithful at Mass.
The Cantor/Psalmist is the person who proclaims the word of God by canting/singing/reading the Psalm from the Ambo, after the first reading.
The Ushers are the people who assist parishioners and visitors in finding a place to sit during Mass. They also help take up the collection and direct people during communion. They also help make sure that the church is tidy after Mass and turn off the lights.