The Liturgy Committee is responsible for planning the liturgical celebrations of the parish. These include weekend Masses, Thanksgiving Mass, Advent, Christmas, Lent, the Triduum, Easter, the annual memorial service, and any other liturgical celebration as needed.
Headed by our Pastor and led by a lay chairperson, other members include coordinators from different ministries such as music, lectors, altar ministers (to distribute Communion) and hospitality, as well as additional members to help as needed.
The planning of the Liturgy Committee goes beyond the choosing of options, songs, and ministers to the composition of such texts as brief introduction, general intercessions, and other appropriate comments as provided in the General Instruction of the Roman Missal (2002). The Committee is determined to implement the spirit of Vatican II and to provide an environment for the faithful to actively participate and experience our loving Lord in each liturgical celebration.