Eucharistic Ministers assist with the distribution of the Holy Eucharist at weekend Masses as well as on Holy Days. To become a Minister, Diocesan and parish training is required and provided. Contact the rectory with questions or to become a minister.
Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick take Communion to the homes of the sick and those in Nursing Home facilities. Must be trained as an Eucharistic Minister. There are several area Nursing Homes to which we bring Communion.
Lectors are an important part of the mass. Readers need to be effective and faith-filled to proclaim God’s Word at weekend and weekday Masses, other liturgies and funerals. Training and ongoing formation are required and provided.
Ushers are needed for all Masses. Volunteers are needed at least 30 minutes prior to Mass to help set up, seat parishioners and greet people. These men and women are the first faces that are seen by those entering the church. Training is provided.
Greeters are the first faces parishioners and visitors see when walking into the church. Parishioners are needed at all Masses to welcome people. Each Mass needs a family or group of three at the doors. Greeters also present the Altar gifts at Mass.