Liturgical Art & Environment Committee
The mission of this committee is to enhance the context of prayer and reflection in the parish community through creation and preparation of the liturgical environment. This committee plans, designs, and maintains all decorative elements inside the church.
A willingness to learn about the liturgical seasons and feast days and collaborate with committee members to decorate without distracting, creating an environment that welcomes and inspires worshipers. Individuals who are creative and like to work with flowers, plants, and other media are welcomed.
The time commitment varies by season. Your participation is determined by individual desire.
Heidi Drescher at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sacristans are high school teens who are responsible for setting up for Mass, assisting servers, purifying vessels after Mass and locking the church. Sacristans are invited to this ministry based on their participation and interest as altar servers.
Sacristans must exhibit a strong knowledge of the order of the Mass and the role of servers. They are trained communion ministers and often serve in that capacity as well. Sacristans must be mature, responsible young adults willing to assist the presider and ushers.
Sacristans serve once a month or more at Sunday and holy day Mass.
Sacristans receive training from the Director of Worship.