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Stewardship as a way of life

“To Be a Christian Steward, A Summary of the U.S. Bishops’ Pastoral Letter on Stewardship, 1992”

Jesus’ disciples and Christian stewards recognize God as the origin of life, giver of freedom, and source of all things. We are grateful for the gifts we have received and are eager to use them to show our love for God and for one another. We look to the life and teaching of Jesus for guidance in living as Christian stewards…Stewards of God’s gifts are not passive beneficiaries. We cooperate with God in our own redemption and in the redemption of others.

Stewardship is a way of life that Jesus taught to his followers by his words and example. As my bishop so eloquently articulated in his letter to me that I shared with the community, “It acknowledges that we do not own anything. Everything – who we are, what we have, and what we can do – is on loan from God. All is entrusted by God to us for our management or administration.”  We are reminded of the need to be grateful to God!  Why? Because we are trusted to serve as caretakers. And we manage God’s property according to God’s good pleasure:  To provide for ourselves and our dependents what is needed to live in human dignity.  We are also called to share with the Church for its mission, and with people who cannot provide for or protect themselves.   We look to the life and teaching of Jesus for guidance in living as Christian stewards.  As a community we seek a more deliberate attempt to be sensitive to our need to share, and to people that need our help, ready to share time, talent, and money with Church and charity.  We need to cultivate a culture of stewardship, especially in our young – we need to look for opportunities to engage our children in acts of stewardship by serving the poor, giving alms, and sharing their gifts for the good of the Church.

Liturgical Ministries

Lots of Ways to Get Involved.

Altar Servers

Altar Server Ministry

Altar Servers assist during the weekend Liturgies, Holy Days of Obligation, and any other special liturgical event.  Qualification:  must have received the Sacrament of First Holy Communion.

Contact Altar Server Coordinator

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Altar Linens

Communion to Sick & Homebound


proclaim God’s Word during the celebration of the liturgy. No experience necessary, training and resources provided.  


Extraordinary Ministers of the Holy Eucharist (EMHC),

under direction of the celebrant, assists in distributing Holy Communion.  This special ministry requires special training and to be certified with the Archdiocese for the Military Services.

AMS – Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion


Greeters & Ushers

Collection Counters


Ministries & Committees

Other Ways to Volunteer and Get Involved

“Go into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature.” (Matthew 16:15)


Social Committee

Knights of Columbus Roundtable

Did you know to celebrate every Sunday Mass we need:

One or more sacristans to set up the altar for Mass
One person to support our sound systems
Two to six greeters to welcome people
Three altar servers
Choir members to lead us in praise and worship
Two people that are willing to proclaim the Word of God
Two to four ushers to collect our tithes which support our community programs
One family or group of friends to present our offerings during Mass
Four to six Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion to distribute the Body and Blood of Christ and wash the purified vessels after Mass.
Two people that are not related to count the offerings after Mass
One person to wash and fold the altar linens used during Mass

We will train you in any of the ministry support. Please support your Holy Mass.

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