Worship

Altar Servers

Boys and girls who have celebrated First Eucharist, regularly attend Mass and are at least 11 years old are eligible for this ministry. Potential servers go through a formation program, learn to assist at Mass, and commit to serving regularly at all scheduled Mass times.
Mary Davis — 972-778-0301,     |   Additional information and Application

Eucharistic Adoration

Parishioners devote one or more hours per week to Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament exposed in the Chapel.
Jim DeSmet —  

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

Men and women who have celebrated Confirmation, actively practice their faith, and are at least 16 years old are eligible for this ministry. They commit to training in the theology of the Eucharist and the practical aspects of assisting the priests and deacons in preparing the sacred vessels, distributing Holy Communion, and the cleansing of vessels after Mass. There is also training in bringing Communion to the sick and homebound. Safe Environment clearance is mandatory.
Patricia Haney —     |   Additional information and Application

Greeters

Men, women and families joyfully welcome all who come to share in the celebration of the Mass at All Saints. Greeters provide care and hospitality to our parishioners and visitors. Safe Environment clearance is mandatory.
Greg Taylor —     |   Additional information and Application

Lectors

Men and women active in the practice of the faith are trained to proclaim the Sacred Scriptures, occasionally lead prayers, and make announcements at Mass. Formation includes the theology and practice of effective proclamation. Lectors commit to serving at all scheduled Mass times. Safe Environment clearance is mandatory.
Bob Reis —     |   Additional information and Application

Sacristy Care

Prepare and maintain the items necessary for the prayerful celebration of liturgies. Some tasks are completed at home, others in the church. They include washing and ironing altar cloths, corporals, purificators, and altar server cassocks and surplices; replacing chapel, tabernacle and votive candles; maintaining liquid wax candles; cleaning and polishing brass candle followers and bobeches; tidying pew racks; assessing and maintaining inventory, and assisting set up of funeral services.
Donna Raker — 972-778-0369,  

Ushers

Men and women are trained to welcome and guide the movement of people before, during and after Mass. They greet and seat people, distribute worship aids and bulletins, take up collections, form and facilitate processions, and provide crisis assistance when needed. Safe Environment clearance is mandatory.
Brian Ralston —    |   Additional information and Application

 

updated August 30, 2021 - if you notice any broken links or incorrect information contact