Serve in Worship
If you are interested in getting involved in one of these ministries, please contact the office.
Here is a list of all our ministries and contacts.
We welcome children and adults to serve on the altar as an acolyte. The primary function of this role is to assist the priest throughout the worship service.
The Altar Guild is responsible for setting up the instruments used in worship each time the community gathers for prayer, as well as caring and cleaning for these items. Members of the Altar Guild are trained for their roles in an apprenticeship by the more experienced leaders of the group.
The Choir leads our main worship in singing hymns and psalms. They rehearse on Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings prior to worship.
The Counters assist the Treasurer by gathering on Monday mornings in teams of three to count money that has been donated to the church (all of which goes to support our mission, staff, and campus).
The Flower Guild prepares the weekly display of flowers given to the glory of God. People can donate flowers for $25 in thanksgiving or in honor of a loved one.
Lay Eucharistic Minister
Lay Eucharistic Ministers assist the clergy in the administration of the cup of wine during the Holy Eucharist. Lay Eucharistic Ministers are instructed by the clergy and licensed by the diocese for their ministry.
Lay Eucharistic Visitor
Lay Eucharistic Visitors bring the sacrament of Holy Eucharist to home bound and hospitalized parishioners immediately following services of worship. Lay Eucharistic Visitors are trained by the clergy and licensed by the diocese for this important sacramental ministry.
Lay Preachers are trained in the craft of preaching by the diocese, and guided by the Rector. Lay Preachers are licensed by the diocese for their ministry.
Lay Worship Leaders
Lay Worship Leaders are trained and licensed to lead Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer. Lay Worship Leaders are instructed by the clergy, and licensed by the diocese for their ministry.
Readers are called upon to read a story from Holy Scripture in worship, or to lead the prayers in worship.
Ushers assist with the greeting and guiding of the public in worship. Their responsibilities include the distribution of worship leaflets, receiving and presenting the offerings, directing the flow of foot traffic during the administration of Holy Eucharist, and general oversight of the congregation during worship.
The Worship Forum is a group of leaders involved in the life of the worshipping parish that meets three times a year to choose hymns and plan for upcoming liturgical seasons. All parishioners are welcomed to attend.