While the priest leads the Mass, it’s the parishioners who bring the Mass to life. From the Music, Gift Bearers, Lectors and Eucharistic Ministers, all these tasks are essential to the Mass and performed by parishioners like you. Thank you to all the Parishioners who volunteer their time and talents to lend a hand at our three weekly Masses. To understand the dress and demeanor code for the Ministers of Assumption Parish, please click here.
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Children and young adults who have received their First Communion and are trained to attend the presider during the liturgy.
Parishioners trained to proclaim the intercessions and make the announcements during Mass.
Extraordinary Communion Ministers
Eucharistic Ministers assist our presider in distributing the Body and Blood of Christ at Mass. Eucharistic also as take Communion to the home-bound and nursing home residents.
Greeters / Ushers
Hospitality ministers are trained to serve the parish by welcoming and assisting the members of the assembly. The hospitality ministers assist in the offertory and the presentation of gifts.
Parishioners trained to proclaim the Word of God during Mass.
Ministry to Shut-Ins
Trained Eucharistic Ministers provovde the Body and Blood of Christ to our parishoners that may be unable to leave their places of residence due to health or age related reasons.
Music Ministry, Musicians and Cantors
Parishioners sharing their musical gifts and talents by leading the assembly to proclaim the praise of God in song and instrument.
Sacristans are trained to insure that all liturgical ministers are present and that the altar is properly arranged prior to and after Mass.
Scrip Volunteers (after Mass)
Parents of Assumption School students offer scrip for sale after Mass. Scrip is gift cards from local business, grocery stores and restaurant that spend dollar for dollar just like cash, except that Scrip cards pay a percentage back to our school.
These individuals assist the parish by maintaining strong internal controls and separation of duties to safeguard the funds entrusted to the parish.