Serve in Worship

There are many different ways to serve in worship!

Altar Guild

Throughout the church year, the altar guild has the privilege of preparing the altar for any services held in the church.  Members of the guild are responsible for the care and preparation of the altars, linens, priests’ and servers’ vestments, brass, silver, and candles.  The Altar Guild is a quiet “behind the scenes” ministry done in reverence and devotion.


Acolytes can be as young as 8 years old and include adults. There is no age limit for this ministry.  Acolytes help the priest during our worship and help add to the overall aesthetic of our worship services. 

Some of the different roles for acolytes include being the crucifer (carrying the cross), torchbearer’s (carrying candles), server (help set the table for communion), and more!   

Flower Guild

Our Flower Guild is a dedicated group of parishioners who’s many talents shine bright through their creative displays every Sunday.

Ushers and Greeters

Ushers help to welcome people into worship and do “behind the scenes” work during the service.  They are always happy to point you in the direction of where you need to go! 

Greeters are at the doors to the church to welcome people on Sunday mornings.  This important ministry helps to welcome both new and returning members and assist them with any questions they may have.  

Eucharistic Ministers and Readers

Eucharistic Ministers help to distribute communion during our worship.  This is a special and very rewarding ministry.  

Readers or lectors read the first two scripture readings for that Sunday and lead the Prayers of the People.  If you like to talk in front of people – or would like a “safe” opportunity to become more comfortable talking in front of people – this may be a good fit for you.

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