The Altar Servers ministry is open to ALL girls and boys currently in the 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grade who are members of the parish. All servers must go through a training session. Special arrangements for training may be made for those individuals new to the parish. Brett Garrison makes out the weekend Mass schedule for servers; the school takes care of school Masses.  Any further questions should be directed to the church office.

As a public reader of scripture, the Lector proclaims the Word of God. Lectors ro- tate in the roles of Lector and Commentator. Orientation and training for all Lectors is held once a year.

Contact Linda Bailey

Whether serving at Mass or taking Communion to the homebound, Eucharisitic Ministers provide an important help to the pastor in bringing Jesus to the people.  A certificate from the diocesan training program is required.  To attend a training session you must have the pastor's recommendation.  Communion to the homebound takes place after 8:30 A.M. Mass on Sundays; Father also takes Communion on First Fridays.  

Contact Pam Forshee

Liturgical musicians are called to minister to the “people gathered” by inspiring them, through music, to celebrate Christ’s dying and rising. The Music Ministry is open to parishioners who are willing to share their talent in vocal and/or instrumental music, and at the same time exhibit a willingness to work with others, learning and growing in the understanding of liturgy. Those interested in music ministry are urged to contact the Choir Director. Choir rehearsal times and other information of interest will be posted in the bulletin.

Contact Kitty Michot
316-838-0800 (school)
316-683-3879 (home)
The gifts of bread and wine, along with our weekly offering, are brought to the altar at each Mass on the weekend and Holy Days. The gifts represent the offering of ourselves to our Heavenly Father. The offertory bearers represent each one of us as if we each brought our own gift to the altar. Any family or group of individual parishioners may volunteer to bring up the gifts.

Ushers assist the priest and parish by performing various duties at the weekend Masses and Holy Days. Members are scheduled on a regular basis to assist parishioners to seats, distribute bulletins, organize the offertory procession, and perform general cleanup after Mass. Any member wanting to become an usher, please contact the coordinator.

Contact Mike Lesperance