Our goal is to train young men and women to render faithful, reverent and meaningful service to God and to grow in their personal development as faith filled Catholics by assisting the priest and deacon during Holy Mass.

It is a great honor and privilege to serve at the Altar of our God as Pope John Paul II's indicated in his inspiring address to altar servers on August 1, 2001. In that address the Pope encourages altar servers to understand the responsibility they have in this service to the Church. He said, “The altar server has a privileged place in liturgical celebrations. Those who serve at Mass present themselves to a community. They experience from close at hand that Jesus Christ is present and active in every liturgy . . . In the liturgy you are far more than mere “helpers of the parish priest”. Above all, you are servants of Jesus Christ, the eternal High Priest.” 

While assisting at the weekend Masses and other liturgical celebrations, it is important that servers be active participants in the liturgy that they listen, sing, and pray with the entire assembly. Boys and girls who have received first communion and who are at least ten years of age invited to become Altar Servers. Training is required.

Training is mandatory for all existing altar servers, prospective altar servers and parents. For more information on how to register your child as an altar server, when future training will be available or would like to assist the Altar Server Guild, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
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