Parish Ministries

Liturgical

Altar Servers

Assists the priest at the altar in the celebration of the liturgy. (Schedule)

Choir

Leads the congregation with chanting the parts of the Mass and singing hymns as appropriate for the Liturgy.

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

Helps distribute the Eucharist during Holy Communion during Mass. (Schedule)

Readers

Readers proclaim the Word of the Lord during Mass.

Ushers & Greeters

Greets and seats people, distributes bulletins, and responds to emergencies.

Administrative

Pastoral Council

The pastoral council is a consultative body and is governed by norms determined by the Archbishop. It collaborates with the pastor to discern through consultation how to address the challenges and opportunities encountered by the parish in its particular time and place.

Finance Council

The parish finance council is composed of Catholic faithful who offer advice to the pastor in the administration of the parish’s temporal goals. Its purpose is to provide the pastor, the parish pastoral council, and other leadership bodies with professional financial analysis.

Liturgical Commission

Makes liturgical recommendations.

Faith Formation & Liturgy Commission

Assists the Pastoral Administrator in providing quality faith formation consistent with Archdiocesan policies and guidelines including assessment of parish needs and acting in an advisory role in recommending plans for faith formation.

 

Service

Altar Society

Helps maintain tidiness of the Sanctuary.

Eucharist for the Sick and Homebound

Gives Communion to those who cannot physically attend Mass due to health constraints.

 

Men’s Club

Hosts annual events such as the Outdoor Sale (May), Oktoberfest (September), and Parish Picnic (August), as well as the Parish Breakfast (last Sunday of every month Jan.-Nov.).

Women’s Club

Hosts coffee hours after Mass, meals, Fall Festival (November), Adopt-a-Family, Rummage Sale (June), and special parochial celebrations throughout the year.

Society of Saint Vincent de Paul

Composed of parishioners, members of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul provide aid and prayerful healing to members of the community. To contact SVP leave a voicemail at (360) 458-1904.