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Liturgical Ministries

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are lay persons who assist the clergy (the Ordinary Ministers of Holy Communion) in the distribution of the Blessed Sacrament. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are commissioned by the Diocese and the Bishop. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion must be Confirmed Catholics. Training is available for new Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion.

Readers assist at Mass in the proclamation of the Old and New Testament lessons and lead the faithful in the intercessory prayers. Readers should be comfortable speaking in front of groups and able to project their voices so that they may be heard by the assembled faithful at Mass. Training is available for new readers.

Altar servers assist the priest celebrant by carrying out various liturgical duties during Mass by bearing the Missal at the priest’s chair, assisting in the preparation of the altar, and by leading the procession as the Crucifer.  Children who are in the fifth grade and older are eligible to become altar servers.  Adults of any age are also invited to serve at the altar.  Training sessions for new servers are held at various times throughout the year.

Masters of Ceremonies are more experienced servers who assist in directing the altar servers and the flow of the liturgy at more solemn celebrations, such as Christmas and Holy Week.

The Parish Choir of men and women is open to anyone high school age or older. The choir sings a wide variety of music, including the propers of the Mass in various forms, as well as appropriate choral repertoire. The choir rehearses and sings at Mass from September through Pentecost.

Contact Gail Borgmeyer at the Parish Office (304) 525-5202 to volunteer for any of these ministries.

Social and Service Groups

The Women’s Guild meets once a month socially for dinner and conversation.  The Women’s Guild provides assistance to the parish in areas of fundraising, hospitality, and service.  To get involved, contact Carla Willis (304) 939-0001.

Catholic Daughters of the Americas engages in creative and spiritual programs which provide its members with the opportunity to develop their God-given talents in meaningful ways that positively influence the welfare of the Church and all people throughout the world.  The Catholic Daughters meets once monthly. To get involved, contact Mary Washington at (304) 942-8500.

he Knights of Columbus is a Catholic men’s fraternal organization engaged in charity, prayer, and service.  To get involved, contact John Mishoe at (304) 751-7795.

This ministry provides an after-the-funeral luncheon for the family of the deceased. There is a need for people to help during the meals -OR- you can be on the list to prepare and bring food when needed. To get involved, contact Gail Borgmeyer at (304) 525-5202.

Faith Sharing Groups

The Bible study group meets on Wednesdays at 12:30 P.M. in the Parlor and engages in reflection and discussion on various books of the Bible.  To get involved, contact Barbara Vance at (304) 638-2513.

Leaders of Children’s Liturgy of the Word assist our smaller children (Preschool through First Grade) at the 10:00 A.M. Sunday Mass in understanding the Word of God and incorporate various activities in the process. Virtus Training/Protecting God’s Children is required. To get involved, contact Nikki Cavalier at (740) 794-1118.