Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion receive sufficient spiritual, theological, and practical preparation to fulfill their role with knowledge and reverence.
To become an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, parishioners must attend one of the training sessions held each year. All ministers of Holy Communion should show the greatest reverence for the Most Holy Eucharist by their demeanor, their attire, and the manner in which they handle the consecrated bread or wine.
For more information, contact Margaret Taylor.


The ministry of Proclaiming the Word is another vital ministry of the liturgy. Proclaiming the scriptures carefully and prayerfully helps those celebrating the Eucharist recognize that God has been with us from the beginning, is with us now, and will be with us for all time. All confirmed Catholics are welcome to serve in this ministry.
For more information, contact Margaret Taylor.


Sacristans oversees and keep in good order the worship space (including the sanctuary, the nave, and the gathering area) and the sacristy. They must have a reverence for the sanctuary and for all articles and sacred vessels used in worship and liturgical activities. The sacristan is the person who is appointed to be available to prepare everything needed for the liturgy.
For more information, contact Corine Jones.

Ushers help maintain peace and order during Liturgy in the church. They welcome people as they arrive and offer them seats. They minister to the congregation during Mass. They are there for all celebrations including funerals. They mentor youths who now serve on the fourth Sunday of every month.
For more information, contact Dudley Champ.