Liturgical Ministeries

SACRISTANS: a person(s) who prepares the sanctuary for the celebration of the Eucharist at Sunday, weekday, or funeral liturgies.

EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION:  parishioners who assist the priest in the distribution of Holy Communion to those gathered at mass for Sunday or weekday liturgies.

LECTORS: parishioners who proclaim the word of God during Sunday or weekday Liturgies. 

ALTAR SERVERS: parishioners, usually children or teens, who have been baptized and received first Eucharist, assist the priest during Sunday Liturgies.

GREETERS: parishioners who welcome all who enter Church for the weekend Liturgies.

CHILDREN'S LITURGY OF THE WORD: a person who teaches the children at mass by reading and discussing the children's lectionary (in a separate room) with children ages 4 to 11 during part of the Sunday Liturgy our 11:30 mass.

USHERS: men or women who help in the seating of people and the collection of sacrificial giving during weekend Liturgies.

LITURGY COMMITTEE: a group of parishioners who evaluate and prepare liturgies for the parish. 

MUSIC MINISTRY: Parishioners who lend their voice to guide those at Sunday liturgies to greater a understanding of and participation in the paschal mystery. See the Music ministry page for more information.

To see the current schedule, click here!

Training is provided for all of the above ministries

Please fill out this form to get more information about any of the above Ministries.

Liturgical Ministry Interest Form

Thank you for your interest in St. Marianne Cope's Liturgical Ministries.
Please indicate the ministries you might be interested in and the appropriate person will be in contact with you very soon.




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