CHOIR & MUSIC
We could not do a Solemn High Mass without the musical talents of our choir, cantor, and organist. If you sing, or have always wanted to, the choir would like to hear from you. We are in the process of rebuilding our choir, so now is a good time for you to give it a try. Remember: he that sings prays twice!
Contact: Ronald Hylton, Organist & Director of Music
The ushers hand out bulletins to parishioners as they come into the church, but an usher is frequently the first member of the Parish that a visitor meets. The ushers direct visitors to a seat and help explain the service while directing them toward hymnals and prayer books. A friendly smile is a must!
Contact: Tim Himes
Layreaders may conduct Morning Prayer or Evening Prayer when there is no priest available. Licensing by the Bishop is required.
Contact: Fr. Hart
So much is added to a service by the inclusion of altar flowers: they are a feast both for the eyes and for the nose! Our team of flower arrangers knows how to make the flowers in our sanctuary look like a backdrop in a bridal magazine. Come join them in beautifying our worship space.
Contact: Bill Cornett
It is always nice to join your parish family in a cup of tea or coffee and something tasty to eat after one of the Sunday services. The food need not be fancy, and it can be homemade or purchased. The important part is to provide something while we chat with old and new friends before rushing off to the activities of the day.
Contact: Bettyrose Richardson