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These ministries are a witness of service that helps us live out our Baptismal commitment and service to the church. The qualifications for liturgical ministry are: A Catholic lay person who has received the Sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. These ministers must have a fundamental dignity or worthiness to serve within these ministries. Liturgical ministers must be instructed and be an examples of Christian life, faith and morals.
The role of the committee is to work together with the clergy and faithful to enhance the worship life of the parish. This ministry functions as coordinator of all liturgical ministries and plans special celebrations, which include church decorations, art and environment.
Committee Chair: Johnette Rettig
These ministers serve our community during the Liturgy of the Eucharist, by taking communion to the homebound and sick, and by taking communion to the local nursing home. Must be 18 years or older and be confirmed.
Committee Chair: Catherine Garcia
These ministers add to the liturgy through song and encourage participation by all.
Committee Chair: vacant
These ministers decorate for special feast days and holidays.
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We have teams of ministers that support parishioners mourning the death of a loved one by providing food for the family and their guests as they gather before and/or after a funeral, and also by offering consolation, support and hope in the days which follow.