Liturgical Ministers

Lector

Lectors are parishioners who proclaim the Scripture readings at Masses and other Liturgical celebrations.  Those who minister as Lectors should possess the ability to proclaim the Scriptures in front of a large number of people, and be committed to preparing the Scripture readings they are to proclaim at Mass.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Lector, please contact Steve Johnson at the parish office.
 

Eucharistic Minister

The distribution of Holy Communion is part of the Church’s public worship, and a ministry that is recognized by the Church.  In addition to the general guidelines for those ministering in the parish, Eucharistic Ministers have an appreciation and reverence for the Eucharist, and strive to “be” the Body of Christ to others in their daily lives.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Eucharistic Minister, please contact Steve Johnson at the parish office.
 

Greeter/Usher

Our Greeter/Ushers are the first faces that welcome our parishioners and visitors at weekend Masses.  In addition to their normal duties, Greeter/Ushers should be able to extend themselves in hospitality to friends and strangers alike, as any host would that strives to make their guests feel at home.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Greeter/Usher, please contact Steve Johnson at the parish office.
 

Altar Server

Altar Servers may be children (3rd grade and older) or adults.  The role of the Altar Server is integral to the normal celebration of Mass.  They enhance our liturgies through their assistance to the priest, and by their good example to the worshipping assembly in their responses and participation during Mass.  Becoming an Altar Server is also a wonderful way for youth and adults alike to learn and grow in their appreciation of our rich Catholic liturgical tradition.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming an Altar Server, please contact Steve Johnson at the parish office.