As Catholics, our worship through the liturgy of the Mass is at the heart of all that we believe. Worship ministries serve the St. Ann faith community in the areas of private and public worship. Private worship is a commitment to personal and communal prayer time to build up the Body of Christ. Public worship is centered on the Sunday Eucharistic celebration and other special liturgical events. Many opportunities are available for those who feel called to take an active and often visible role by serving in the Sunday Eucharistic celebration. Other opportunities are available for those who feel called to serve in a supportive, behind the scenes role in the areas of both public and private worship.
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- Extraordinary Minister
- Altar Server
- Men’s Choir
- Children’s Choir
Handmaids have opportunities to help with Sacristan duties, participate as Lectors, serve in a hospitality role as Greeters who welcome Parish members at the door, they sing in the choir, and enjoy fellowship on Sundays in the social hall while participating in spiritual and outreach activities.
The Liturgical Environment Team is called to serve the parish in preparing an environment for worship that will invite the community to raise their hearts and minds to God in full, conscious and active participation. The goal is to care for all the elements of worship, ensuring that the environment is appropriate, authentic and beautiful.