Liturgical Ministries

At the very foot of Feature Image Thumbnailthe altar, both children and adults can participate as Servers during the Mass. There becomes a greater sense of involvement while still being able to choose which Mass to attend and serve at.  Click servers on the right for current schedule.
Another possibility for anyone over Confirmation age is to, with great joy, literally “share” our Lord Jesus with fellow parishioners as a Eucharistic Minister. Just attend some training and then choose the Mass and number of times per month that you want to serve.

Do you enjoy meeting and greeting people? Our ushers serve to welcome everyone, assist in seating and take up collections. With just these few ministries mentioned so far, you can see that celebrating Mass can become very family-oriented. In fact, combined with other ministry opportunities, members of the same family can and have served together in different capacities at the same Mass!
Do you feel at ease in speaking in front of people? God just might be calling you to the ministry of Lector. This is your opportunity to proclaim God’s Word to the parish community two to three times per quarter. Lack experience? Don’t worry! Training, worship guides and support are also provided. Lectors meet once a quarter to discuss ministry issues and to study God’s Word. Click Lectors on the right for current schedule.

There are still other possibilities for involvement with our worship services. In fact, depending on your God-given gifts, Divine Savior Music Ministry offers several different ways to worship and praise the Lord! There are choirs (Traditional, Children’s and Resurrection), a cantor program and always the need for instrumentalists to accompany our choirs and enhance our liturgies. Practices are scheduled at different times during the week. Click here for more details about our Music Ministries.

To discuss you rcalling to servie in any of our Liturgical Ministries, please stop and see any Priest, Deacon, Minister or Music Director after a Mass.  They can point you to the right person.  Or contact Deacon Paul or Deacon Mike via email.