Our Sunday celebration of Word and Prayer and sharing the bread and wine of God’s Table involves members of the clergy, staff, vestry, and several of the worship ministries of the parish and other interested parishioners to develop the worship life and experience of the congregation with “an adventurous spirit within the Anglican tradition.”
Below are links to the ministries that are involved in leading or facilitating the liturgy each Sunday. Other ministries involved in weekly leadership are Vestry Greeters, our choirs and musicians, as well as the clergy.
Acolytes serve in
the liturgy to assist the congregation in worship.
Minimum age: 11 years Must be available to serve at least two liturgies per month. Must have sufficient understanding of the...
The Altar Guild
prepares the sanctuary for community worship and cares for the vestments,
linens, and vessels used in the liturgy.
Six months active membership at St. Michael & All Angels Church;...
Children (usually kindergarten
through elementary age) are invited by an adult leader at the 9 and 11 o’clock
liturgies to the “Children’s Liturgy of the Word” – a time of scripture
reflection, stories and prayers. The child...
A Eucharistic Minister is a lay
person authorized to administer the Consecrated Elements at a Celebration of
Holy Eucharist. A Eucharistic Minister should normally act under the direction
of a Deacon, if any, or otherwise,...
Visitors take Holy Communion to members of the community who are unable to
attend Sunday worship due to illness, accident, hospitalization, infirmity, or
other extenuating circumstances.
proclaims the Word of God during worship
Must be a committed member of St. Michael & All
Angels Episcopal Church and faithful in Sunday attendance Must attend Lector orientation...
Worship is at the center of who we are at St. Michael’s. To learn about our various worship services, please click here.
Many volunteers, ages ten and up, participate in our worship services at St. Michael’s. They serve in many different roles and...
ministry of an usher is hospitality .
Prior to each worship service, they greet people and hand out bulletins. If it
is hard for people entering to see available seats, the usher assists them
Once the liturgy
What an awesome array of people! If you feel called to a particular ministry or would like to know more, please contact the Rector to further your discernment and connect with an upcoming training opportunity.