Serve at All Saints’ Church
Children, teenagers and adults assist the clergy as crucifers, torch bearers, and servers during Sunday services.
Greeters welcome worshipers as they arrive for Sunday services, encourage everyone to wear a name tag, and assess newcomers' needs.
Lay Readers, also called Lectors, read the Old Testament and New Testament lessons as well as the Psalms during worship.
The Audio/Visual team runs video projection and mixes sound during services. No experience necessary, but technical skills are a plus.
The Altar Guild prepares the Lord's Table in many ways for Sunday services, weddings, funerals and other special events.
Ushers welcome parishioners and visitors to the sanctuary with bulletins and assist with seating, offertory, and communion.
Nursery volunteers (some are paid) help in the nursery or at the check-in desk. All must complete the Protecting God’s Children workshop.
The choir helps lead musical worship at the 11 a.m. service on Sunday mornings from fall through early summer; they attend rehearsal once a week.
The Flower Guild worships and praises God by offering our gifts to create floral arrangements for Sunday services and special occasions.
Chalice Bearers, also called Lay Eucharistic Ministers, serve the consecrated wine when Holy Communion is served.
The worship team leads musical worship for Sunday services and rehearse once a week. Members serve one to four times a month.