Learn more about opportunities to get involved in Liturgical and Spiritual Ministries
Volunteers assist the priest and deacon in the celebration of the mass liturgy. We welcome all boys and girls who have completed 3rd grade to serve in this ministry. All ministers must go through training prior to their service. To sign up for training, or to get on the Altar Server schedule, contact [Thomas Woods].
Devoted to the intercession of St. Faustina through the Divine Mercy Chaplet, this group meets regularly to pray for the church and her members. Contact [Grace Gagnet] to learn about specific times for events.
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Volunteers bring Jesus to the people at Mass or outside of Mass for those who are sick and cannot attend Mass. To receive training and begin volunteering, please contact[Jeanette Fey].
Lectors are trained readers who proclaim the Word of God to us during Mass. Lectors should be both baptized and confirmed Catholics. To sign up for training and to get on the Lector rotation list, contact [Adelae Tomlinson].
Couples who have been married in the Catholic Church for at least 5 years may volunteer as a sponsor couples for our parishioners preparing for marriage. Each sponsorship is a 4 week period, where couples help to present “In Faithful Love”, the marriage preparation for those preparing to marry in the church. To learn more about becoming a sponsor couple contact [Rita Ford].
Meals for Funerals
Volunteers help the Parish provide a meal on the day of the funeral of a parishioner. Volunteers are divided into “teams” and called every 3 months to help provide the meal for the family of the deceased. Food is brought to the church and then delivered to the family. [Click Here] to learn more.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Volunteers knit and/or crochet shawls that are given to those who are ill or grieving the loss of a loved one – or are just having a difficult time. This ministry meets on the 3rd Saturday of the month at 9:30 a.m. Prayer is offered for all the shawl makers and recipients. Yarn is provided to the shawl makers through donations of parishioners. To learn more contact [Rita Ford].
RCIA (RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS)
Welcomes new members to the Catholic Faith. Through a series of prayers, teachings, reflections and finally sacramental celebrations, people who were never baptized, or who were baptized into another tradition, are welcomed into full membership. Volunteers are needed all along the way as catechists who present various aspects of our faith, sponsors who companion each candidate individually, and team members who help with hospitality or any variety of other tasks. Contact [Adelae Tomlinson] to learn more.
Volunteers prepare for each Mass by cleaning and setting out what is needed for the service. This includes vessels, appropriate amounts of hosts and wine, the linens, and candles. For more information, contact [Jeanette Fey].
Volunteers reach out to visitors and new registered members of the parish. Visitors and newcomers are greeted each Sunday and invited to register for parish information. To learn more, please contact [Adelae Tomlinson].