Liturgical Roles

“For we are his handiwork, created in Christ Jesus for he good works that God has prepared in advance, that we should live in them” Ephesians 2:10


God has given us many talents in order to give Him glory.  All are invited to share their God-given talents at St. Augustine by participating in our liturgical ministries.

Altar Servers

Altar serving is open to any child who has received their First Communion as well as adults  Is there anymore wonderful way to serve God than assisting at His altar? This is a wonderful opportunity to have children get involved with the life of the Church at an early age.


Lead the assembly in singing at Mass when the choir is not present. Some knowledge of solo singing and musical notation is required. If interested, contact Paul Weisenberger, Director of Worship, at


Open to any adult and high school student whose voice has changed and can carry a tune. Rehearsals are Wednesdays at 6:30pm in the church, September through May. The choir sings at the morning Mass each Sunday and at special Liturgies throughout the church year. If interested, contact Paul Weisenberger, Director of Worship, at

Church Cleaners

Help is needed to clean church on Saturday mornings. Tasks include light dusting, plant watering, candle lighting and decorating.

Eucharistic Ministers

Assist with the distribution of the body and blood of Christ at Mass. Communion to the sick can also be part of this ministry. Any member of the parish with training can become a Eucharistic Minister. Members are required to assist at several Masses during each month.


Lectors are called to proclaim the Word of God at weekend Masses. Any parish member who receives proper training can serve as a lector.  Lectors are required to attend and proclaim the Word at several Masses each month.


Ushers are asked to greet those attending the Sunday Mass as well as assist them in anyway.  Adults are invited to become ushers.