People of God: Called To Serve.

The call to discipleship, inherent in Baptism, finds its expression through ministerial involvement. God’s people respond to the invitation of the Holy Spirit to identify and offer their gifts for the building up of the Body of Christ. 

 

Ministry of Lector

The word proclaim comes from the Latin pro meaning “before” and clamare meaning “to cry out.” The Lector proclaims the Good News of Jesus Christ, making God present to the gathered community.

 

The ministry of Lector is a charism for the building up of the community, and it does require some native abilities such as confidence, poise and  sensitivity to the assembly. Reading skills, the ability to develop proclamation techniques and a clear and steady voice are attributes of a Lector.

If you feel called to this ministry, please contact Walt St. Clair.

St. Clement Lector

Ministry of Server

 

The words "minister" and "liturgy" come from words in two ancient languages which mean "serve." As a liturgical minister, you are serving in several ways:
 
  1. Serving the priest as he presides over the liturgy.
  2. Serving your parish family by assisting in the celebration of the liturgy as a mirror and model for the gathered assembly.
  3. Serving God through your worship and prayer.

 

We wish to invite all who may wish to assist in this important ministry of the church. Please contact Traci Conway.

St. Clement Servers

Ministry of Usher

 

The Usher's Ministry is a twofold ministry. First, usher's provide service to all who visit our parish. Usher's greet you with a smile and are prepared to offer assistance in finding seating, directing you to where you need to go, and responding in case of an emergency. Secondly, ushers assist the congregtion during liturgies by preparing and presenting the offertory.

 

 

This ministry is open to all. If you are interested in serving, please contact Donna Evans in the parish office.

St. Clement Usher

Eucharistic Ministers

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are called to serve the Body of Christ that is the Church, as well as the Body of Christ in the Eucharist species. Ministers of Holy Communion distribute the Body and Blood of our Lord to the assembly during Holy Communion and assist with putting away the sacred vessels after Mass. Inspired and moved wih care for our sisters and brothers not present at the liturgy, ministers take the Body of Christ to the homebound.

Those interested in serving in this ministry, please contact Dave & Kathy Harcourt at 931.1498 or  kmharcourt@gmail.com.

St. Clement Eucharistic Ministers

Ministry of Hospitality

Creating a warm and inviting atmosphere is the priority of the Ministry of Hospitality. Parishioners are present before and after each liturgy to welcome and assist parishioners, friends, and visitors to our worship. They answer questions or direct inquiries to the appropriate person.

Are you interested in assisting? Please contact Nancy Miller at cincymills8@aol.com.

St. Clement Hospitality

 

 

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