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Ministry in the Liturgy is a sacred privilege in which we offer back to God what He given us; in service to Him and in service to others.

Whether participation is through “behind the scenes” preparation and planning or through a public role of service within the Mass, parishioner contributions help our liturgies to be truly life-giving celebrations. Please prayerfully consider joining one of these ministries. All of these ministries require training before assisting in the liturgy. Please contact the person in charge of a given ministry for details.

Altar Servers

Altar servers add to the solemnity that already surrounds the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. They assist the Priest in important ways in his role as head of the worshiping church. To become an altar server, you must be in at least 5th Grade and have received the sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion.

Interested Altar Servers may contact Deacon Tim with training questions.

Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion

These ministers assist with the distribution of Holy Communion at Mass. All ministers of Holy Communion should show the greatest reverence for Jesus in the Most Holy Eucharist by their demeanor, their attire, and the manner in which they handle Jesus truly present in the consecrated bread.

Interested EM should contact Deacon Tim for training prior to signing up below.


As the first person our parishioners and visitors encounter when they come to St. Vincent de Paul, the hospitality minister acts as the face of Jesus and His church. These ministers welcome visitors and parishioners as they enter the Church and are a friendly and helpful presence.

If you are new to this ministry please reach out to the church office when you sign up. Click on the links below to sign up for a given week.

Greeter Sign Up Link


A lector proclaims the Word of God at Mass.

When the Sacred Scriptures are read in the Church, God himself speaks to his people, and Christ, present in his word, proclaims the Gospel. Therefore, the readings from the Word of God are to be listened to reverently by everyone, for they are an element of the greatest importance in the Liturgy.

(General Instruction of the Roman Missal [GIRM], no. 29)

Interested Lectors should contact Deacon Tim for training prior to signing up below.