"Come, let us bow down in worship, let us kneel before the
Lord our Maker..."(Psalm 95:6)
Beginning in Grade 4, boys and girls may become Altar Servers to assist our priests in weekend Liturgies at least and Weddings.
Witness: “It's pretty cool to serve at Mass—the biggest thing we do each week as Catholics!” - J.
Opportunity to participate: One Mass per month.
Contact: Maire Panos at 978-686-4050
The mission of the Eucharistic Ministers is to assist the priests of the parish with the distribution of Holy Communion at all liturgies.
Opportunity to participate: One Mass per month. Opportunities for training and renewal, too. Also see "Outreach" for more EM opportunities.
Contact: Charline Mahoney at 978-686-0244
Often the first contact newcomers and guests have with the St. Michael Parish family, this team requires a welcoming and helpful attitude to all who enter the doors of the church.
Witness: “I like to make people feel welcome and cared about when they come in and throughout the whole Mass. I LOVE the people I have gotten to know at this Mass!” - D
Opportunity to participate: One Mass per month or weekly.
Contact: Earline Tweedie at 978-686-4050
“Along with the deacon, the priest, and the bishop, the Lector is entrusted with the crucial task of making the Word of God come alive by proclaiming it for the Christian assembly. (Workbook for Lectors and Gospel Readers)
Witness: "‘The Word of God is alive and active!’ (Hebrews 4:12) As a lector I have the opportunity to prayerfully meditate on the Sunday readings and as I do, I feel the Word of God speaking to me and transforming me.” – B
Opportunity to participate:
Adults: One Mass per month.
Junior Lectors: 5th grade to High School (9:00 and
6PM Mass only).
Training and renewal opportunities are available.
Contact: Kevin Bailey at 978-686-4050
The word, “liturgy”, means, “work of the people”. This team helps the congregation participate, more fully, in the work of worshipping and praising God! It initiates enhancements to our parish liturgy, especially during Advent, Christmas, Lent, and Easter. It especially strives to help each person experience, in a real way, the encounter with Christ through the Word of God, the Eucharist, the priest and the people of God.
Opportunity to participate: Quarterly meetings and participation in the liturgies.
Contact: Earline Tweedie at 978-686-4050
The music ministry leads people, through music, into becoming more fully alive in Christ. St. Michael’s music ministry, with its cantors, adult and children choirs, contemporary music ministry and varied instrumentalists, serve at all weekend liturgies, as well as at special events.
Witness: “Singing is praying twice because we use our whole bodies to sing! I am so filled with joy when I sing praises to God!” - M
Opportunity to participate: All are welcomed. Practice varies according to the group of choice.
Music Ministry Director: Brian Kingsley 978-683-5729
Music Ministry - Adult Choir: Brinn Kingsley 978-686-4050
Music Ministry - Grades 1–8: Brinn Kingsley 978-686-4050
Music Ministry- Grades 9-12: Mike Murray 978-475-0817
In honor of St. Martha, Patron Saint of housekeepers, volunteers clean, dust, sweep and polish the sanctuary, pews, and sacristy of the church.
Opportunity to participate: One hour a week, usually Mondays at 9:30 AM.
Contact: Receptionist 978-686-4050
In preparation of the Eucharistic Feast, this group washes and irons the linens, and liturgical cloths and they decorate the sanctuary for the liturgical seasons and special events.
Opportunity to participate: Once per month and/or special events. Choose one of the task.
Contact: Maryann Marinelli 978-682-9484
Welcoming and helpful, this ministry is responsible for seating parishioners if needed, collecting the offertory, and working with the Eucharistic Ministers to bring the Eucharist to those who are not ambulatory.
Opportunity to participate: One Mass per month or weekly
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