How Can I Serve? Click on the underlined title for more information/to sign up.

Are you ready for a project now?

Help with the Women's LIfe Care Center Baby Bottle Project in May-contact the parish office

Bake for April 13-14 Hospitality

Help serve April 13-14 Hospitality.

Food Shelf Volunteer - take collected food donations to an area food shelf once a month


Are you looking for something with a little longer committment?


Altar Server - Assists priest at Mass

Audio-Visual (AV) - Handles live stream or video desk

Choir or Music - Plays instrument, sings or both

Environment Committee - Decorates the worship spaces

Eucharistic Minister - Distributes Communion

Lector - Proclaims God's Word

Liturgy Committee - Plans prayful liturgy

Sacristan - Coordinates Mass

Usher - greet guests, help with offertory, provide assistance during Mass



Capital Maintenance Assessment Committee (CMAC) - Assess facility & equipment needs

Cemetery Board - Plans and cares for cemeteries

Council of Catholic Women (CCW) - Hosts spirituality, leadership, service events

Festival Planning Committee - Organizes event

Maintenance Group - Handles general repairs

Men's Club - Hosts activities and service projects

Stewardship Committee - facilitates the annual Service Drive


Funeral Luncheons - Sets up and serve meals

Hospitality Committee - Coordinates and/or serves treats

Pastoral Care Ministry - Provides Word & Communion for homebound & area assisted living residences

Prayer Chain Ministry - Prays special intentions

Social Justice Committee - Promotes human dignity through prayer, education, and action

St. Andrew's Family Shelter - Provides meals and overnight support at shelter at St. John's site



Baptism Team - Helps with parent preparation

Catechist - Teaches Pre-K-Confirmation faith formation

Children's Liturgy of the Word - Teaches Pre-K-1st grade during Mass

Family Special Event Team - Creates four events/year

OCIA Team - Prepares adults who want to become Catholic

Vaction Bible School Team - helps with summer program


Want to fill out the 2023 Heart for Service Form?  Click here.

Loving God, We come to you in thanksgiving, knowing all that we are and all that we have is a gift from you.  Open our eyes that we may see the lavishness of your love.  Open our ears that we may hear where we can help.  Open our hearts that we may be bonded together as a community of faith, a caring people, who bear witness to your love in our lives.  We pray in Jesus' name.  Amen.

Terri Moore
Cantor and Music Ministry
Small Group Participant

I first started serving because I was asked and I felt God’s nudge to act.  Before I knew it, I became involved in many roles of the church.  Not only did I enjoy these opportunities, but I loved the people I was able to be with. Years have passed and I’m still involved in some of my favorite ministries, but my greatest joy now is seeing my family serving, too.  God blesses us with talents and our best way to tell Him thank you is to use them.

Carol Lindholm
Eucharistic Minister

Serving as a Eucharist Minister allows me to be an active participant in sharing this most precious gift with others. I strongly encourage others to consider serving in this role.


Suzanne Wilson
Usher, Lector
Faith Formation Advisory

I love to help volunteer and serve our community; It helps me get to know the parishioners better and I feel more connected to the church and community.  Jesus always calls us to be active in our faith, to be there for our neighbor and help those in need.  I feel volunteering at St. Gens has brought me so much closer to God and to my faith.  It has also helped my kids to be fully active in the church community.  They are excited to go to church and to help whenever needed.