It is an Honor, a privilege, and a responsibility to serve the Lord and His people as a liturgical minister.
Liturgical services are not private functions, but are celebrations of the Church, which is the "sacrament of unity," namely, the holy people united and ordered under their bishops. Therefore liturgical services pertain to the whole body of the Church; they manifest it and have effects upon it; but they concern the individual members of the church in different ways, according to their differing rank, office, and actual participation. (CONSTITUTION ON THE SACRED LITURGY Paragraph 26).
Servers, lectors, commentators, and members of the choir also exercise a genuine liturgical function. They ought, therefore, to discharge their office with the sincere piety and decorum demanded by so exalted a ministry and rightly expected of them by God's people. (CONSTITUTION ON THE SACRED LITURGY Paragraph 29) We are always in need of people to sign up to faithfully serve at the Liturgies in our church. Please consider offering yourself for service to the parish and through your service at the altar grow in your love for Jesus…..
Contact the Pastoral Center 73.734.4921 if you wish to serve the Lord.