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Worship Ministries

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that “ The liturgy is the summit toward which the activity of the Church is directed; at the same time it is the font from which all the Church’s power flows”

We are invited and called to enter into liturgical worship with our whole selves, with all our minds, bodies, hearts and souls because this is a privileged place where we meet Christ and were we find new life. All ministers at St. Peter the Apostle are fully initiated, practicing Catholics who have participated in training for their ministries. New members are always welcome!

Altar Servers

Members of our assembly who aid the priests and deacons during Mass and other liturgical celebrations. Requires training.

Contact: Dianne Morris

Art & Environment

A team of parishioners who use their time and talent to care for the beauty and aesthetics of St. Peter the Apostle.

Contact: Kristy McCutchen

Communion Ministers

Baptized and Confirmed Catholics, fifteen years of age or older, are eligible for this ministry. they should be persons who are sincerely trying to live the gospel message in their lives. Requires training and periodic attendance of an Archdiocesan workshop.

Contact: Jeanette Collins

Eucharistic Adoration

Every Friday in Our Lady's Chapel from 3 - 5pm.

Contact: Mary Brauner

Ministers of Hospitality

The first official representative of the community that worshipers meet. They enhance parish worship by welcoming people, taking up the offering, assisting the assembly and caring for the worship space. Ushers and gift bearers may be trained before Mass.

Contact: Todd Hasson

Ministers of Music

Cantors, psalmists, choir members, and instrumentalists who lead the assembly in song. Requires regular practice, Wednesday evenings at 7pm in the church.

Contact: Laura Meyer

Ministers of the Word

The Word of God is not merely read during the Liturgy. It is proclaimed This ministry requires skill in public reading and an understanding and love of the scriptures. Lector training is offered through St. Peter the Apostle and the Archdiocese.

Contact: Torri Carrier


Under the direction of the clergy, the sacristan is responsible for the preparation of the Mass. He/she sets up before Mass. Other duties include care of the Altar, sanctuary lamp, linens and vessels. Training is offered with current sacristans.

Contact: Deacon Joe Moore
937-5920 ext. 253