Liturgical group

  • Altar Server
  • Altar Society
  • Children's Liturgy — Adult Coordinator
  • Children's Liturgy — Student Assistant
  • Eucharistic Ministers
  • Lectors
  • Hospitality Ministers
  • Choir Ministry
The altar server assists the members of the liturgical assembly by presenting or arranging vessels and other items used in the celebrations. Their reverent and efficient service enables other ministers to attend to their own roles while the liturgical actions unfold, with calm, order and appropriate decorum. As members of the assembly who are often visible to all, the altar servers also model good liturgical participation Read More
The altar society is a group which takes care of cleaning the church altars, the altar linens and liturgical vessels such as chalices, ciboriums, etc. Included in this is the cleaning of Our Lady's statue, the baptismal font and surrounding areas. Read More
This position involves the coordination of the Liturgy of the Word for children from ages 4 to 11 during the 9:30 a.m. Sunday Eucharist. This celebration of the Word for children gives the children who participate the opportunity of hearing the Sunday scriptures in a language that is more suitable to their age level. It also provides them with the opportunity to reflect on the Word in ways that are both engaging and useful for their learning. The program begins the first Sunday after Labour Day and ends on Pentecost Sunday. No program is held on Christmas Day or Easter Sunday. Read More
This position involves the assistance provided to the coordinator of the Liturgy of the Word for children. These assistants are from either grade 7 or 8 or high school. This Liturgy of the Word is for children from ages 4 to 11 during the 9:30 a.m. Sunday Eucharist. This celebration of the Word for children gives the children who participate the opportunity of hearing the Sunday scriptures in a language that is more suitable to their age level. It also provides them with the opportunity to reflect on the Word in ways that are both engaging and useful for their learning. The program begins the first Sunday after Labour Day and ends on Pentecost Sunday. No program is held on Christmas Day or Easter Sunday. Read More
Eucharistic Ministers serve the Eucharistic life of the parish community. They are appointed by the Bishop at the request of the pastor to assist with the sharing of the Eucharistic Body and Blood of Christ. Read More
The Lector serves the liturgical assembly by proclaiming the Sacred Scripture during the Liturgy of the Word. The worthy exercise of this role enables the Church to hear the Word of God more clearly and receive it with more open hearts. Such regular public nourishment with the biblical Word helps to sustain the community and contributes to its ongoing conversion and mission. Read More
Liturgy is a communal event, the action of a worshipping assembly. When members of the Church are gathered, attention must be paid not only to the persons who gather but also to the common purpose for which they assemble. Special ministers serve the liturgy by helping to establish a climate of welcome, helpfulness and order among those gathered. They assist the assembly with practical details so that it can celebrate the rites with ease and grace. Read More
The role of the parish choir is to encourage, support and enhance the singing of the Assembly gathered for worship. Read More