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Liturgical Ministries

LITURGICAL MINISTRIES:  
Opportunities to prepare for Mass or serve at Mass

  • ADORATION:
    During Lent visit the Blessed Sacrament on Wednesday before the Stations of the Cross.
  • ALTAR SERVERS:
    Servers assist the priest and deacon on the altar at Mass. Eligible boys and girls age 10 years of age or older who have received First Communion. Contact:????????????????????
  • DECORATORS:
    Members are responsible with the pastor for all aspects of the preparation and decorations of the church for our liturgies and celebration, especially at Christmas and Easter. The only requirement to join us is a desire to keep the altar beautiful for God and his people. Contact Fr. Tom, 610-767-3107.
  • EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION:
    Eucharistic Ministers are laypeople, approved by the pastor, who are trained to assist in the distribution of the Body and Blood of Christ at Mass, to our home bound, and to those in the hospital. Interested in becoming a Eucharistic Minister contact Fr. Tom or call the parish office.
  • GREETERS:
    Greeters welcome each person with a smile as he or she arrives in the door – offering a friendly greeting and making them feel welcome. Greeters distribute bulletins and provide assistance where needed. Interested? Call the parish office.
  • LECTORS:
    Lectors are trained to proclaim the first and second readings from scripture, the Responsorial Psalm (if not sung) and the Intentions at Mass.
  • MUSICIANS and CHOIR MEMBERS:
    Parish musicians help lead the congregation in song to enhance our liturgical celebrations. Singers and instrumentalists are needed and welcome!
    • 4:30 p.m. Saturday Mass:  Organist
    • 8:30 a.m. Sunday Mass:  Guitar Group with Choir
    • 10:30 a.m. Sunday Mass:  Guitar Group with Choir or Organist with Choir

Funeral Masses are always looking for choir members to help enhance the funeral mass.

  • USHERS: 
    Ushers are men and women who help seat people, take up the collection, and assist those bringing up the Offertory gifts.