First Impressions Team (FIT)

The First Impressions Team (FIT) at St. Isidore launched its new Greeters Ministry during the Holy Week and Easter liturgies.  Perhaps you have noticed individuals and families standing at the entry doors to the church welcoming you with a warm …

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Holy Hour Eucharistic Devotion

All parishioners are invited to attend Holy Hour on Tuesday and Friday mornings at 7:00 am in the Church, prior to the 8:00 am Mass.…

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Wake Ministry/Bereavement

Parish members share in the wake (vigil) prayer ministry for those who have gone to meet the Lord and are having a funeral service at the parish.  The ministry includes Presider and Lector roles.  There is a comprehensive training program …

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Rosary Makers

Volunteers are needed to make rosaries for the parish, missions, and for those serving in our country’s military.  Meetings are currently held on the first Tuesday of the month at 9:00 am.  Instructions and materials are provided to all Rosary …

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Lead Eucharistic Minister

In addition to the duties of Eucharistic Minister, Lead Ministers assist with preparations before Mass and cleaning all Eucharistic vessels after Mass.  Lead Eucharistic Ministers are assigned on a rotating schedule, usually no more than once per month.  This ministry …

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Altar Society Member

The Altar Society promotes the spiritual development of its members and other parishioners and sponsors some parish social activities (for example twice-yearly Rummage Sales, a Euchre Tournament, Card Party, Christmas Bake Sale, May Crowning and much more).   The Altar Society …

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RCIA Sponsor/Team Member

RCIA Sponsors/Team Members provide guidance to those adults wishing to be baptized or confirmed through the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA).  The RCIA is the process by which non-Catholic adults and children can be fully initiated into the …

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Worship Commission Member

The Worship Commission evaluates the changing needs of the St. Isidore community and how the elements of worship may meet those needs.  Members (ages 13 and older) review the plans for upcoming liturgical and religious events, discuss parishioner comments/suggestions, and …

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Usher

St. Isidore is always in need of Ushers who act as minsters to welcome the worshiping community (anyone Confirmed is eligible).  Ushers oversee the needs of parishioners during weekend Mass and other liturgies, by guiding parishioners to available seating, coordinating …

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Sacristan

The Sacristan shares in the service of the Lords’s table by preparing the bread and wine, as well as the plates, cups, and presider’s chalice in preparation for the distribution of Communion during the Mass.  Sacristans are scheduled on a …

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Decorations/Art and Environment

St. Isidore invites parishioners of all ages to assist in decorating the church for the various liturgical seasons and liturgies; such as for Advent, Christmas, and Easter.  These volunteers are also encouraged to help take down decorations at the end …

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Lector

Lectors proclaim scripture readings  and lead the Prayers of the Faithful (in the absence of a Deacon).  Lector volunteers must be fully initiated in the Church, must be confident, clear and articulate readers, and must attend annual training sessions.  Lectors …

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Eucharistic Minister

Eucharistic Minister volunteers are needed to distribute the Body and Blood of Christ at weekend and weekday Masses.  This ministry is open to anyone who is fully initiated in the Church.  Eucharistic Ministers must attend a short training session held …

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Altar/Vestment care

St. Isidore is in need of volunteers responsible for weekly care and cleaning of the sanctuary and sacristy areas, as well as weekly washing, ironing, and preparing linens for liturgies.  Altar/Vestment Care volunteers are asked to commit to care and …

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Adult Mass Servers (Daily & Funeral Masses)

St. Isidore has an ongoing need for Adult Mass Servers, who provide the ministry of serving at weekday Masses and funeral liturgies.  Volunteers must be an adult (age 18 or older) who are fully initiated in the Church and are …

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