Worship Ministry Opportunities

Acolytes 
Acolytes serve at the altar each Sunday. Boys and girls ages ten and older, as well as adults, are welcome to become part of the Acolyte Program. Meetings are held at regular times throughout the year plus special training sessions.
Contact Matt Haines for more information.

Altar Guild & Sacristans
This diverse group is organized to serve God by preparing and tending our sanctuary for worship. They set up for Holy Communion and take care of all the vessels, hangings and linens involved in our worship.
Contact Nancy McCusker or Carol Snead for more information.

Chalicists
Our chalicists are trained by the Clergy and licensed by the Bishop of the Diocese to administer the chalice at Holy Eucharist.

Choir & Handbells
The Coventry Choir at Grace sings at the 10:00 service and practices weekly. Contact Susan Jensen, for more information. 

Flower Guild
This group prepares the floral arrangements for the beautification of the sanctuary and the church.
Contact Jo Bronson or Yetunde Laniran, for more information.

Healing Prayer Ministry
These are parishioners trained to pray for others during communion time at the 10:00 a.m. service.
Contact the Rev. Corbet Clark or Myra Clark for more information.

Lectors, Intercessors, Presenters
These people read the lessons, lead the Prayers of the People, and bring forward the bread and wine for Holy Eucharist, respectively. It is often an opportunity for entire families to participate in our worship.
Contact Tod Moquist for Deacon Liz or more information.

Lay Eucharistic Ministers
Lay Eucharistic Ministers are trained by the Clergy and licensed by the Bishop of the Diocese to lead services and to administer the chalice.
Contact the Clergy for more information.

Prayer Ministry
This is a group that meets weekly to pray for the community and to write prayers based on the form presented in the Book of Common Prayer.
Contact Deacon Liz Klein for more information.

Ushers & Greeters 
This group of persons volunteer to assist in seating the congregation, receiving the offering and greeting newcomers. It is often done by family groups.
Contact Sally Fraser for more information.

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