Altar Servers assist the priest in the sanctuary, especially during the Eucharistic liturgy but also during other forms of prayer and worship.
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion assist the ordained clergy (bishops, priests, and deacons who are the ordinary ministers of Holy Communion) in distributing the Eucharist to the faithful during liturgies. Extraordinary Ministers are also needed to bring the Eucharist to nursing homes, shut-ins, and hospitals.
Gift Bearers represent the entire community when they bring the gifts of bread and wine, which represent the sacrifices and labors of those gathered, to the altar during a Eucharistic liturgy.
Lectors proclaim the Word of God to the assembly and, in the absence of a deacon, also present the assembly’s prayers and petitions to God during liturgies.
Ushers, with a sense of liturgical prayer and a gift for hospitality, assist people in finding seats prior to worship, care for needs arising during the liturgy, and assist in collecting the people’s offerings during the Preparation of the Gifts.
Ministry Scheduler WebTerminal
Current liturgical ministers can use the WebTerminal to:
Interested in becoming a Minister?
If you're interested in becoming a liturgical minister or have questions about these ministries, please contact John Uhal, the Director of Liturgy & Music, in the Parish Office by phone at 712-546-5223 ext. 4 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schedule by Mass
Schedule by Minister
Schedule dating from February 12 to May 31