Liturgical Coordinator

Liturgical Coordinators prepare the bread, wine, and vessels prior to Mass, ensures adequate liturgical ministers are available (address any of their questions), makes sure the liturgical space is ready for worship, (candles lit, lights on, etc.), assists with cleanup after Mass and handles the logistics for Mass.  Liturgical Coordinators are needed for each of the weekend masses.  This task may be shared with other coordinators on a rotating schedule.  Training will be provided.  For more information on this ministry, please contact Mary Hrich.

Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion

Eucharistic Ministers serve the community in the distribution of Eucharist at liturgies and by taking Eucharist to the sick within the parish community. Fully initiated individuals who are senior in high school or older are eligible. Diocesan training required. Training sessions are held in the spring and fall.  For more information on becoming a Eucharistic Minister, please contact Mary Hrich.

Altar Server

Altar Servers assist the Presider at liturgical celebrations. Fifth grade through adults are welcomed to inquire about this volunteer opportunity.  If you are interested in becoming an Altar Server, please contact Mary Hrich.


Assists in the seating worshippers, taking up collections, straighten up at the conclusion of mass, and on occasion perform other tasks. If you are interested in this welcoming ministry, please contact Mary Hrich.


Word Ministers serve the community through the proclamation of scripture by taking time to prayerfully prepare prior to the liturgical celebration. Please contact  Mary Hrich if you are interested in this ministry.

Art & Environment

The Art and Environment Committee assists in designing, preparing, and readying the church for seasonal celebrations all year around such as Advent, Ordinary Time, Lent and Easter.  Needed are people willing to decorate, gather necessary items, move furniture, sew, plant, etc.  Please contact June Scherrer for dates and times of preparations.