This group of trained parishioners take charge of appointing the altar appropriately for each worship service. Some of the duties involved are washing and ironing linens, cleaning vestments, polishing silver and brass, filling liquid candles, dusting & cleaning the altar, filling the tabernacle, and the list goes on. This is truly a ministry of service.
POC: Barbara Carpenter at email@example.com
Acolytes serve on Sunday mornings alongside the Priest in the presentation of the worship elements. They serve as Torchbearers, Gospelers, and Crucifers. Children as young as 3rd grade can be trained to serve. Acolytes can serve from youth through adulthood. They serve on a rotating schedule.
POC: Jason Glasgow at firstname.lastname@example.org
These lay ministers are chosen by the Priest and are then licensed by the Bishop. They assist the Rector with serving communion at every service. They also take communion to any who are homebound or hospitalized.
POC: Kristie Scheuer HScheuer@knology.net
The Flower Guild serves by arranging and placing God's beautiful botanical creations in our worship building to His glory and honor. The Flower Guild is responsible for Sunday Services, Baptisms and other special occasions upon request. We welcome new members and will provide on the job training for those interested.
POC: Mallory Murray email@example.com
The church usher duties can be summed up in a few words – making people feel welcome at church, assisting with seating, collecting the offering, and maintaining a safe environment.
POC: Ray Cassell at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 5:00 service uses music from the Alleluia III songbook. This is a casual service, great for families and people of all ages.
POC: Diane Loehr at email@example.com