Service Ministries

We are all called to be servants, just as Christ was, and we are all called to live out our faith in service of others. If you would like to become an active participant in the life of your parish, a great way to begin is by joining one of our service ministries.

The Homebound Ministry of the Parish seeks to help those who, because of sickness or old age, are unable to leave their homes or help themselves. Members of the committee will visit the homes of the sick on a regular basis to bring them comfort and encouragement, often assisting them if they have needs at the store or doctor. They also visit the nursing homes in the area to visit members of the parish residing there.
For more information, please contact Melissa Robinson.

Christian Service Committee (Outreach)
This committee of the Parish tends to the needs of neighbors in severely challenging financial situations. They coordinate the delivery of food, gifts and clothing that arrive in the holiday seasons. Members of this committee monitor neighborhood concerns and join with other groups and agencies to promote issues of Social Justice. 
For more information, please contact Melissa Robinson.

Parish Evangelists
The Evangelization Team acts as a catalyst for the parish to discover ways to deepen, share, and invite others to the Catholic faith. With the guidance of the Holy Spirit and under Father Jeff’s vision; their efforts, prayer, and discernment allow the Gospel Message to be shared with all in a dynamic and lively way. This group desires to bring all members of the parish and all those who seek Him, to a deeper understanding of the Catholic Faith and to living out our Sacramental Life more fully. For more information, please contact Valerie Somers.


Evangelization Team, January 2016

Welcoming Committee
A friendly outreach effort by parish volunteers to provide information and answers to parishioners, their guests and prospective new members of our faith family. This vital ministry coordinates with our ushers, greeters, arts and environment volunteers, as well as the liturgical ministries to provide a warm, welcoming and engaging atmosphere to all who come to celebrate Mass with us.

Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick
Parishioners serve the parish community by bringing the Eucharist to those who are unable to attend church because of illness or infirmity.
For more information on becoming a Eucharistic Minister, please contact Kelly Bois.

Building & Grounds
This is an opportunity for those skilled in the manual arts to help build and maintain the church and school building and grounds. Some of these skills and jobs could include lawn care, general landscaping, light construction, electrical work (licensed practitioners only please), plumbing work (licensed practitioners only please), power washing, painting, and school opening cleaning and preparation. For more information, please contact Larry Sott.

Prayer Shawl Group
The mission of the Prayer Shawl Ministry is to make shawls and lap robes, weaving special prayers into each and every stitch. Completed shawls are blessed and distributed to those in need to provide warmth and comfort to those who receive them. For more information, please contact Cecile Nichols at (603) 882-4490


Prayer Shawl Team, January 2016

Bereavement/Consolers Group
Men and women who assist at parish funerals. They offer support to families who have suffered the loss of a loved one. Members stay in contact with the family during and after the funeral to offer friendship and help.


Bereavement Group, January 2016