Liturgical ministers are vital, and essential to our worship. Parishioners of all ages are encourage to join us and participate as a liturgicla minister. Listed below are ways to become involved.
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Eucharistic Ministers assist in the reverent distribution of the precious Body and Blood of Jesus at all Parish Liturgies. Ministers must be members of the Parish and be fully initiated in the Church, having received the sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation. Ministers attend one training session a year and are scheduled approximately three-five times during a three month period.
Greeters are ministers of hospitality. The primary focus of this ministry is to greet the assembly as they enter the facility, greeting them as if they were being welcomed into their own home. Individuals, couples and entire families are encouraged to join this ministry.
Greeters should arrive at church 30 minutes before Mass begins.
Greet all of our guests with a smile and a greeting. Good morning, welcome, etc.
Dress appropriately for this ministry. No shorts or jeans, please.
If you cannot make your schedule, please call someone to either fill in for you or exchange times.
Lectors proclaim to the assembly the Word of God as found in the Scripture readings of the Mass. Lectors are confirmed youth and adult members of the Parish who are led by the Holy Spirit, and prepare the readings by way of prayer, study and deep reflection.Lectors attend one training session a year and are scheduled approximately one or two times during a three month period.
Ushers are ministers of hospitality. This ministry wears many hats during a liturgy, from seating the assembly to making sure the assembly is comfortable at all times. Individuals of Confirmation age and couples are encouraged to join this ministry.
Altar serving is a ministry open to all St.Peter and St. Paul parishioners who are entering 4th grade or older.” Under It should read, “Altar serving is a ministry open to all St. Peter and St Paul parishioners who are entering 4th grade or older.
Being an altar server is an excellent way for you to stand before the Church and demonstrate your love of God and your willingness to be His servant.
Liturgy, Music, and R.C.I.A.
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