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To register to be an Altar Server for the 2017-2018 school year contact Emily Daley at firstname.lastname@example.org; 513-263-0762.
All parishioners who have completed the 5th grade and who attend Sunday Mass regularly, are welcome to become an Altar Server.
As an Altar Server each child will:
*Serve approximately one Sunday Mass every 6 – 8 weeks
*Serve a weekday Masses at 8:15am approximately one time every 8 – 10 weeks. (Pacelli Students)
*Have volunteer opportunities to serve. Volunteers are needed for Holy Day Masses, Masses during break weeks, Funerals, and Weddings. Children are usually paid for weddings.
Church Training will take place during Religion classes for Pacelli students. I will offer training on a for non-Pacelli new servers and any servers that want extra training. These occur in September annually.
Optional additional Training will be offered on Saturday, Sept. 23rd at 8:30am and Monday, Sept. 25th at 7:00pm in the Church.
Servers need to work cooperatively as they minister in the church. We will gather all Servers on Saturday, September 16th at 9:00am for a team building event to take place at HOUDINI’S ESCAPE ROOM. We will return at about 11:30am.
“As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace. Whoever preaches, let it be with the words of God. Whoever serves, let it be with the strength that God supplies so that in all things, God may be glorified through Jesus Christ.”
— 1 Peter 4:10-11
Our Lord Christ the King Parish recognizes servers as a very important part of its liturgical ministry program. The place of the server in the liturgical celebrations remains one of prominence and distinction here at Our Lord Christ the King. The ministry of server retains a genuine vital role in the liturgical assembly. The role of servers, through their actions, is to bring the assembly to a fuller understanding of the liturgy and so to a greater love of God. Servers have a place of honor at Mass and liturgical celebrations because they assist the priest in many ways. Servers’ behavior and performance can be a sign of their faith and their love of God and for God’s people.
Emily Daley, the Coordinator of Religious Education, manages the Altar Server program.
Contact her at email@example.com or 513-263-0762