Ministries

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Lector

Lectors are privileged to read the word of God to the entire congregation.  These words spread the message of God to all who hear.  Lectors are approved (Mandated) by the Archdiocese annually (normally in August).

EMHC

EMHCs are blessed to distribute the body and blood of Christ to all who believe.  This act strengthens the church in the work of Christ.  EMHCs are approved (Mandated) by the Archdiocese annually (normally in August).

Altar Server

Children 5th grade to 12th grade assist the priest and deacon with the Holy Mass.

Chior

The Choir provides music (instrumental and vocal) for Holy Mass and other special Parish events.

Usher

Ushers provide assistance to Parishioners and visitors for Holy Mass and other special Parish events.

Decorating

Decorators are responsible for preparing the church appearance for everyday use as well as for Holy Mass

Video Technician

Video Technicians control the broadcast of Holy Mass and other special Parish events.

Website Technician

Website Technicians work with Staff and Parishioners to operate and maintain the Parish Website

Acolyte

Acolytes are members of the Knights of Columbus that serve the priest and deacon during funeral Masses.

Funeral Meal Server

Meal Servers setup for, serve and cleanup after funeral meals.

Rosary Lead

Rosary Leaders lead Parishioners in the group prayer of the Rosary.

Adoration

Members of the Adoration Team are assigned times for pray during the day long monthly Adoration.  Adoration is scheduled for the first Friday of the month.

Prayer Shawl

Knitters in the Prayer Shawl Team gather together to knit shawls which are blessed and provided as spiritual gifts.

Missions

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Nation Catholic Youth Conference

What?

The National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) is an exciting, biennial four-day experience of prayer, community, and empowerment for Catholic teenagers and their adult chaperons. The schedule includes general and concurrent sessions addressing a wide variety of topics including forgiveness, Catholic spirituality and prayer. Global issues, sexuality, and leadership.


When?

Held in Indianapolis in odd-numbered years. Please contact Jeff and Darla Zurek for more information.  


Who is it for?

NCYC is open to all Catholic high school age youth and their chaperons.

Why?

“If you’ve ever felt exiled or alone in your faith, this experience will change you for the rest of your life. 20,000 other Catholic teens…”

“It is so much fun to learn that even though these kids live so far away, they are exactly like my friends and me…”

“So many teenagers go to the conference as Catholics who never have known any faith but their own; NCYC makes them proud of their faith and church traditions. Parents have given their children faith but NCYC helps them make it their own…”

“The young church is active and alive, and NCYC proves that. They will come home realizing that they are not alone in their Catholic identity, and it is this ideal that will give them more confidence than they could have dreamed of before the conference.”

“Imagine what Sunday mass is like: 20,000+ people going up to communion, people singing, a cantor/choir leading them in song. Well, that’s what the final part of NCYC is like, except it’s a mass of 20,000+ people receiving the Body of Christ. 20,000 teenagers praising God in song at the top of their lungs, a group of students and musicians leading the group in song, 20,000 people holding hands reciting our Lord’s prayer as it was meant to be said. The final day mass is an incredibly powerful experience…never have I appreciated mass more in my life…the images of unity among the church left few eyes dry on that day. It is a day I will never forget.”