This group plans liturgies for the major seasons of the Church year. Commitment is to meet on the third Tuesday of each month from August to May.
This group has the responsibility of decorating the church for the different liturgical seasons.
This is a ministry of service to the presider during mass. Parent and child teams are welcome.
The Cross Bearer leads our entrance and exit processions through the assembled community. To carry the Processional Cross of the Holy Spirit is a special honor.
Eucharistic Ministers offer the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ in the form of bread and wine to the assembly during the communion rite.
This ministry, open to families and/or individuals, involves bringing up the gifts—the bread, wine and offerings for the poor—to the altar during the preparation of the gifts following the homily, petitions and Creed.
The Lector proclaims the first and second Scripture readings and may carry the Book of the Gospel and read the petition.
This service ministry involves the preparation and clean up of the bread, wine, and vessels used during mass.
Care of Linens
Volunteers launder soiled linens that were used at the liturgy. Laundry can be picked up anytime after the Sunday evening liturgy, but no later than Wednesday and returned before the 4:30 PM Saturday liturgy.
To sign up for any of the Liturgical Ministries listed above, click here.
An important ministry of hospitality to all who walk through the church doors. As door greeters, you offer assistance with opening entrance doors for those in need and offer a friendly welcome to all who enter the building. Time commitment: 15 minutes before Mass and after Mass.
This ministry is open to families and/or individuals. Participants greet all who are coming to Mass as you pass out worship aids in the Narthex. After Mass you will pass out bulletins in the Narthex. Time commitment: 15 minutes before Mass and after Mass.
This ministry involves helping people find seating, taking up the collection, and attending to any "behind the scenes" issues, situations or difficulties.
Participants in this ministry provide a cup of coffee or lemonade/hot cocoa to the community after liturgies.
After the 8:15 and 10:00 AM Masses, from September to May, parishioners gather for donuts, coffee and lemonade as a way to get to know other parishioners. Volunteers work before and after one Mass only. Time commitment is about one hour and may be 1-2 times per year, depending upon the number of volunteers.
A collection bin for the Channel One Food Bank is located in the Narthex. This ministry picks up the donated food and delivers it to Channel One in Rochester.
To sign up for any of the Hospitality Ministries listed above, click here.