Mass, Rosary and Confession Schedule

  • Saturday Mass at 4:30 pm follow restrictive guidelines please.
  • Sunday Mass at 9:30 am follow restrictive guidelines please.
  • Mass Wednesday and Thursday 9:00 am - follow restrictive guidelines please. For weekday Masses, please use the South entrance.
  • Confession by appointment.
  • Please know that the church doors will be opened from 10:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m., Mon thru Thurs, if anyone is in need of a quiet place to pray and/or meditate.

Liturgy Ministries

Qualities sought in all these ministries are good understanding of the Liturgy, warmth, an outgoing personality, love of the Eucharist, a sense of timing, a spirit of helpfulness, leadership, and good judgment. Formation training is expected and provided.

  • Adult Server: Assists at funeral Liturgies and weekday Masses.
  • Altar Server: Assists the priest during Mass: recommended for 4th graders & above.
  • Art and Environmental Team: Helps plan and prepare the seasonal environment in the church.
  • Cantor: Sings the Responsorial Psalm and leads the congregation in other hymns.
  • Choir: Sings at Christmas, Easter, and special occasions: involves several practices.
  • Eucharistic Minister: Assists in distribution of Communion (consecrated Bread/Wine) at Mass and other liturgies.
  • Greeters: Welcome people at the door. Families are encouraged to consider doing this together.
  • Homebound/Hospital Minister: Takes communion to people who can't come to church: Must be prayerful and compassionate.
  • Hospitality Minister (usher): Assists during Liturgy with seating, taking up collection, arranges gift bearers, makes sure space is in order before and after Liturgy.
  • Instrumentalist: Must have 2-3 years instruction or experience.
  • Lector: Proclaims the Word at Mass and other liturgies.

Altar/Cantor/Eucharistic/Lector/Sacristan/Usher Schedules

Scheduled Ministries

New schedules to be released.

2020 1st Quarter Liturgical Ministries Schedule.pdf

Weekend Music Schedule

Music Schedules

"The purpose of the sacraments is to sanctify men, to build up the Body of Christ and, finally, to give worship to God. ... That is why they are called 'sacraments of faith." (Catholic Catechism 1123)