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Welcome Center: welcome guests, provide information and mass cards
Greeters: The role of this ministry is to joyfully and sincerely welcome each person coming to Mass and/or other Services and Events at Holy Eucharist. It also serves as an easy first step in involvement in parish ministry
Host: Hosts assist visitors at every mass by greeting at the worship space doors, finding seats, gathering the collection baskets, preparing guests for the Presentation of the Gifts, directing during the reception of communion and distributing parish bulletins.
Café Ministers: Serve refreshments and connect with Cafe guests
Kidzone: Assist in our faith based early childhood program for ages 6 months–5 years old .
Time Travelers, our Children's Word Program: Assist in our vibrant program available at the beginning of Mass. Assist the leaders engage the children in various activities.
Music Ministry: The Music Ministry provides music for all of our weekend liturgies as well as Holy Days, Weddings, Funerals and other special occasions. The Music Ministry at Holy Eucharist currently includes choirs for adults, teens and children, cantors and instrumentalists. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Faith Formation: There are so many ways to participate in our faith formation programs. From small groups leaders, food prep, sacrament prep teams - there is something for EVERYONE, even teens. Contact email@example.com
Art and Environment: This team works behind the scenes to transform our worship space for the liturgical seasons
Eucharistic Ministers: ministers appointed by the pastor to assist in administering the Sacrament of Holy Communion. They may also take the sacraments to those who are ill or otherwise unable to attend Mass.
Lectors: Lectors proclaim the Word of the Lord during the Liturgy.
Linen Ministry: These ministers clean and press the altar linens and purificators used each week in our liturgies.
HERO - Youth Ministry: Be part of the adult team that supports our high school students who come together to share their faith. .
LIFT - Family Faith Formation: There are so many ways to participate in our faith formation programs. From small groups leaders, food prep, sacrament prep teams - there is something for EVERYONE, even teens. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Baptism Ministry: Prepare families for baptism through a preparation class and offer support on day of baptism
Sacrament Prep Team: Assist with preparation of students for First Eucharist or Confirmation.
RCIA for Children, Teens or Adults: Be part of a team that prepares members as they journey through a program preparing them to receive sacraments and learn more about their Catholic Faith.
Bereavement: Facilitators are trained to offer support sessions to those who have experienced loss.
Respect Life: Members increase the awareness of respect for life issues.
Funeral Hospitality: Serve refreshments before a funeral and greet guests
HOPE: Seniors are assisted with challenging tasks including transportation, companionship, grocery shopping. Call 609 268 1818 for assistance.
Hospital and Homebound ministries: ministers bring the Eucharist to hospitals and home offering prayer and comfort. Training available.
Interfaith Hospitality: Works to help homeless families by providing meals throughout the year.
Men of St Joseph: a group of men dedicated through prayer to be better fathers, husbands and friends
New Lisbon Ministry: members bring caring and compassion to the very special of God's children.
Prayer Shawl Ministry: members create knitted or crocheted prayer shawls for those in need of comfort.
St Vincent de Paul Society: a community whose mission is to assist those in need through prayer and action. For more information or for assistance call 609 268 0005.
ACTS: Actively Caring Through Sharing - a multi-generational women's group with a goal of meeting the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of women in the parish. Contact email@example.com
Knights of Columbus: Council #8733 believes in helping families, the parish and surrounding community.. The Knights sponsor many activities throughout the year. For more information, Contact Grand Knight Stephen Raffo at 609-234-3366 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website at: www.kofc8733.org
Seniors: A social activity group with a goal to inform, entertain and help members. The group holds luncheons, monthly meetings and sponsors trips. Contact email@example.com