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ALTER SERVERS Adults and students in 5th grade or older may serve at the altar at Mass. Training is provided, and the time commitment is about one Mass a month.

  • Wednesday 8:15 School Mass,
  • Saturday 5:30 pm
  • Sunday 8:00 am
  • Sunday 10:30 am
  • Holy Days of Obligation
  • Funerals
Karla Hudecek

EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS This ministry provides a group of specially trained STA parishioners who help distribute communion at all Masses. All new and renewing Eucharistic ministers receive training as needed, and they serve about every 3-4 weeks.

They are expected to make a commitment for 3 years at a time.

Julie Sherer
 GREETERS This ministry is rooted in the biblical traditions of welcoming the stranger and building community. Greeters represent the whole parish community. By loving reverence shown to each person, we witness to the presence of God in the Assembly.

  • Welcome people as they arrive for Mass
  • Arrange for the bread & wine to be brought up
  • Take up the collection
  • Hand out bulletins and good wishes as people leave church
  • Straighten up church after Mass.

The time commitment is about one Mass per month.

Brandon Thomas
LECTORS Adults and teens proclaim the readings at Masses each weekend and other liturgies. Training sessions are offered, and practice time is needed to prepare well.

Time commitment is once or twice a month.

Nancy Stark

If you like to work behind the scenes, this ministry is for you. Volunteers assist in maintaining the sacristy, monitoring supplies used for Mass and ensuring that linens and other liturgical items are cleaned.

Kate McKnight
 SUNDAY COUNTERS Two individuals, a head counter and an assistant counter, are needed each week to count, verify and then deposit the weekend’s collections along with copying checks and filling out the appropriate forms.  No special skills are required for this important task however; a commitment to confidentiality is appreciated. Cheryl Taylor

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