Altar Servers Adult/youth: Fully initiated men/boys, women/girls to assist the celebrant at liturgy and special services. Training is provided. Opportunities exist to help at weddings and funerals also.
Sacristans: Assist pastor and prepare the church for celebration of the liturgy and/or other forms of worship. At least 18 years of age.
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion Adults or youth 16 or older willing to assist in distribution of holy communion at Mass.
Lectors/Readers: Proclaim the word of the Lord at Sunday, Weekday and Holy Day masses. Assist at Stations of the Cross and special Triduum services. Volunteers should be at least 14 years of age.
Cantors: Sing (solo) the psalms and acclamations as well as lead the assembly in hymns during the liturgy. Opportunities exist to help at weddings and funerals also.
Choir: Join with other parishioners in helping to lead and enhance the music at Sunday liturgies.
Instrumentalists /Musicians: enhance sung prayer, psalms and acclamations, and hymns at liturgy and special liturgical celebrations, as well as providing meditations.
Ushers: Assist people in seating and conducting the orderly flow of collection and communion.
Greeters: Welcome people to liturgy by opening and holding doors and assisting them as necessary.
Art and Environment: Assist in preparing the environment of our churches for the appropriate Liturgical seasons/feasts.
Faith Formation Catechist: Leader of a group of children in sharing our Catholic faith in a traditional setting. Classes are held weekly on Sunday evenings from September to May.
Catechist Assistants: Assist the leader of a group of children in a traditional Faith Formation setting or in the Atrium.
Youth Ministry Leaders: Work as members of a team who lead Middle School Youth or Senior Youth in catechetical, social, and service events.
RCIA: Work as a member of a team in sharing the faith and answering questions for individuals who are considering Catholicism, and forming those who have decided to become Catholic.
Baptism Preparation Couple: A team who breaks open the sacrament of Baptism for new parents thus helping them to understand the responsibility they are undertaking in having their child baptized.
Sacramental Preparation Leader: Work with families/ children in preparation for sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist, and Confirmation. Individual family meetings usually occur in August & September. Retreats begin in October and conclude with the celebration of Sacraments in the Easter Season. There are generally 2 retreats for each Sacrament and one parent meeting.
Marriage Preparation Couples: Couples who work with Engaged couples as preparation for the sacrament of Marriage