Contact Diane Power, Altar Guild Coordinator, at 651-222-1031 or by email:

NOVEMBER  ALTAR 

November  2      5:30 pm Christine Holmquist     All Souls’ Eucharist  Wednesday

November 6       8 am Terri Fishel

                                10 am Diane Power and Sue Cadwell

November 13    8 am Christine Holmquist

                                10 am Caroline Merkl and Barb Tani

November 20    8 am Terri Fishel

                                10 am  Diane Power and Sue MacIntosh

November  27   8 am Christine Holmquist

                                10 am Caroline Merkl  and Patty Pfalz

 

Contact Katie Madsen, Director of Children, Youth, and Family Ministries:

 

Acolytes

Do you want to assist with liturgy? Acolytes carry the symbols of our faith during worship and help clergy prepare for the Eucharist. Youth grades 4 and up, and adults, are invited to participate. If you have questions or would like to join, contact Katie Madsen.

Acolytes Schedule

Acolytes need to be at church 15 mins before the beginning of the service. 

We will only have acolytes for the 10am service.

 

Date

   

6-Nov

Edgar B-T

Finn G.

13-Nov

Jude W-J

Sven L.

20-Nov

Jude W-J

Henrick G.

27-Nov

Edgar B-T.

Steg L.

4-Dec

Jude W-J

Finn G.

11-Dec

Henrick G.

Sven L.

18-Dec

Edgar B-T.

Henrick G.

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Lay Readers

Is God calling you to share His word aloud in worship? These volunteers read passages from Scripture during liturgy and serve approximately every two months. Contact Liturgical and Lay Reader Coordinator Robert Linehan to learn more.

Men interact with seated parishoners

Ushers

Does your faith give you confidence to step forward, give direction, and answer questions? Ushers assist parishioners and visitors during Sunday worship and serve about one Sunday a month. Contact head usher Jeff Olsen to learn more.

October-December Schedule
Usher Customary

Solemn man leads church procession

Vergers

Vergers add an important ceremonial and symbolic element to a church service. They remind us that a service works best with order and rhythm. They help the clergy, freeing them from having to worry about every single element of a service, like getting people lined up for a procession. A verger leads the liturgical procession by setting a rhythm and, symbolically, pointing a way forward. Vergers typically serve about once a month. If you feel called to participate in liturgy by leading the way as a verger, contact Contact Liturgical and Lay Reader Coordinator Robert Linehan to learn more.

 

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