Liturgical Ministries


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St. Tom’s offers a wide variety of opportunities for parishioners to become more involved in the Liturgy. Below you can find the descriptions of volunteer positions available to you.

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Weekly Meetings

Thursday nights at 8pm in Room 4

Volunteer Positions

Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion assist our priests and deacons in the distribution of Holy Communion both at Mass and to our home bound parishioners. It is a very important and life giving ministry in the Church.

Click here to see the responsibilities and procedures for Extraordinary Ministers.

Lector/Reader

God comes to us in both word and Sacrament. Our lectors or readers proclaim Sacred Scripture to our assembly and make God present in his word during the first part of Mass, the Liturgy of the Word. Our readers also proclaim our intentions and prayers for our Church during the Prayers of the Faithful.

Click here to see the responsibilities and procedures for lectors.

Sacristan

Sacristans are the unsung heroes of our liturgical ministers because their ministry is so vital to our worship. Sacristans set up and help coordinate all of our Masses and other sacramental celebrations by making sure that all of our liturgical ministers have everything they need to serve in their ministries.

Server

Altar Servers play an important role by assisting our priests during liturgies. Open to anyone at St. Tom’s who has received First Communion.

As a body is one, though it has many parts, and all the parts of the body, though many, are one body, so also Christ. For in one Spirit we were all baptized into one body, whether Jews, or Greeks, slaves or free persons, and we were all given to drink of one Spirit1 Corinthians 12:12-13

The word liturgy comes from a very old word meaning “work of the people.” We work together to make our Catholic liturgy a life giving experience for each other. Each one of us has a role to play in making this great prayer of thanks and praise to God. As baptized members of the Body of Christ, we are all members of the royal priesthood and our loving God has bestowed each of us with gifts and talents to share with others.

This Week’s Liturgy Schedule

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Liturgy Interns

 

Darius Robinson

From: Florida
Major: Natural Recourses and Environmental Science

 

Sarah Reichstetter

From: Michigan
Major: Biological Engineering