Regular Worship Opportunities:
8:00 am Eucharist Rite I
10:30 am Eucharist Rite II
5:30 pm Eucharist/Healing
Chaired by Frances Homme, this group greets returning parishioners and welcome new visitors to the Sunday morning worship services. Volunteers need to arrive 20 minutes before a service to prepare visitor bags and greet parishioners. They also interact with visitors after the service and present a visitor bag. Greeters usually serve at one service once a month.
Headed by Dawn Lynch, is responsible for caring for the altar, vestments, vessels, and altar linens of the parish. Altar Guild members prepare the sanctuary for services and frequently supervise the seasonal decoration of the sanctuary. Volunteers serve about once a month. Click here for more information.
Schedules and arranges the flowers used in the sanctuary. Parishioners may provide flowers in memory or thanksgiving of a loved one, or to mark a special occasion.
The choir sings at the 10:30 services and at special services. Members practice at 9:15 on Sunday mornings and at other times as called. Click here for more information.
The ushers greet and assist worshipers, hand out service bulletins, answer questions, collects and presents the offering and directs worshipers to Eucharist. Volunteers serve on a rotating basis at the 10:30 a.m. service.
Members of the congregation read the appointed lessons and psalms and lead the Prayers of the People. The leader is Bonnie McHugh.
Acolyte means “one who serves” The Acolytes are instrumental in helping the services to run smoothly. Acolytes are leaders in the church through the examples they set at the altar. They assist the priest at God’s table and the congregation throughout the service. An acolyte serves God through their service in the Church. Being an acolyte provides youth and adults with the unique opportunity to more fully participate in the worship service. Acolytes are part of the Worship Ministry Team. If you would like more information – please contact Deacon Jeanie Beyer through the church office.
Eucharistic Ministers are lay persons
Licensed by the Bishop to share the sacrament with members of the congregation who are unable to be present at services because of illness or infirmity.
Lay persons, licensed by the Bishop to assist the clergy in administering the consecrated bread and wine at the altar.
The banner committee makes banners for parishioners as they celebrate baptism and confirmation. Volunteers will serve as needed.
"Lord, you love me deeply and in ways I can never really understand; give me grace to serve You during worship so I can actually worship You while I serve and not worry too much about what I am supposed to do. I ask this prayer in Jesus’ name. Amen."