Liturgical Ministries

Liturgical Ministries are groups that help us celebrate Mass and receive the sacraments of our faith.  If you have questions or are interested in participating in any of these service ministries, please contact the parish office at 614-761-0905 or  Thank you!

To log in to your liturgical ministry portal using your username and password, click here.

If you are already a registered minister, you can access the Liturgical Ministry Schedule here.

Altar Linens
This ministry launders towels and small altar linens.  This is a monthly commitment, a couple of times per year.
Altar Servers
Altar servers assist the clergy in the celebration of Mass.  Servers must be in at least fourth grade to participate.
Art & Environment
This committee is dedicated to enhancing the worship space during the cycles and seasons of the liturgical year, to create an atmosphere conducive to prayer.
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
These ministers assist the clergy in the distribution of Holy Communion at liturgical celebrations, as well as to the homebound and hospitalized.  Training is provided twice a year; in the fall and during the season of Lent.


Greeters for Mass
This ministry is open to all members of the parish and involves greeting people who are entering the building for Mass.


Lectors assist by proclaiming the scriptures at Mass and other liturgical celebrations.  Any parishioner of high school age or older is eligible to participate.  Training is provided.
Liturgy Committee
This committee works with the clergy and liturgical ministries to prepare the liturgical prayer of the church during the seasons and cycles of the liturgical year.
Ministry to the Sick, Homebound, and Hospitalized
These ministers serve the needs of those unable to attend Mass during illness or infirmity by providing a spiritual and physical connection to those unable to take part in our parish life.
Music Ministry
There are many options available to participate in enhancing the Mass through excellence in musical presentation.
Adult Choir
Children’s Choirs
A Bethlehem Carol
Stephen Smith
Sacristans prepare the worship space for liturgical celebrations. Working with the clergy and other ministries, they assure the readiness of the worship space for each celebration.
Ushers are hosts and hostesses to welcome the people of God to each liturgical celebration.  They are also responsible for seating people, collecting offerings, directing communion lines and distributing bulletins.