Sacristans and Lectors are some of the many Liturgy ministries
The word “liturgy” originally meant a “public work” or service done in the name of or on behalf of the people. Through the liturgy, Christ our High Priest continues the work of our redemption through the Church’s celebration of the Paschal Mystery by which he accomplished our salvation. (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1067-1069)
Liturgy Ministries require both behind-the-scenes work of preparation and planning, as well as more public roles of service within each Mass. It takes many people to ensure each Mass is a beautiful and meaningful celebration. Please prayerfully consider joining one of these ministries; opportunities are available for both adults and youth.
To view Liturgy Ministry opportunities, browse our Ministry Handbook (pages 9-10).
Virtus training is desired for all volunteers and is required by many ministries.
Questions about Liturgy? Email John Sokolowski, our Liturgy Department Head