Mass Ministries


Eucharistic Min


Eucharistic Ministries

Eucharistic Ministries assist the priest and deacons with the distribution of Holy Communion at each Mass. They also help prepare vessels before Mass, and clean up    afterwards. Confirmed youth and adults serve at Sunday and Holy days liturgies on a rotating schedule, 2 or 3 times per month. Training provided.



Lectors provide prayerful proclamation of the Word of God at Sunday Masses and other   special liturgical celebrations. The individual must feel comfortable reading before a        congregation. The individual must also be prepared to proclaim the Word, show up on  time, and dress appropriately. Adults, confirmed youth, and youth preparing for confirmation (in attendance at 10th and 11th grade religious formation classes) commit to the preparation of assigned readings ahead of time. This involves studying the Scripture passage to determine its message, looking at the reading in the context of other readings at that liturgy, and practicing it silently and aloud. Training and materials are provided, and Lectors can expect to serve on Sundays and Holy days 1-2 times per month.

Liturgical Min  Liturgy Committee

The Liturgy Committee assists the Pastor in his role as Liturgical Leader of the parish.    Consisting of the heads of all the liturgical ministries the Liturgy Committee is  responsible for overseeing the liturgical life of the parish. Members regularly review and  critique the liturgies and make recommendations for improvement.



Child Lit

  Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Children’s Liturgy of the Word, offered every Sunday morning (from September to    May), allows Kindergarten through 2nd graders to listen to and discuss the Sunday  readings in language they can understand. Confirmed youth and adults act as  Leaders of the Word, proclaiming the readings and guiding the discussion. Other  adults or older teens assist in supervision. Training and materials are provided;  volunteers serve once every 4 weeks or so.



  Ministers of Hospitality

 Ministers of Hospitality help to create a welcoming, friendly and well-ordered environment.    Greet and welcome the faithful as they gather for worship. Other duties include distributing  bulletins and song sheets. This is a wonderful ministry for all ages. We are usually the first contact when people come into the Church.

Sacristan  Sacristans

The sacristans are parishioners who prepare the church and sanctuary for the  celebration of each and every Mass, as well as assuring the worship space and liturgical  items are kept clean and returned to their proper place.





Ushers, like greeters, are called to welcome the community as they gather. Other duties include assisting with seating, taking up collections, and distributing bulletins and  song sheets. This is a wonderful ministry for all ages