Serving the Church
We have many ways that you can be involved in the worship service itself - from preparing the altar or flowers before, greeting members, participating in the service as a reader, LEM, oblationer or acolyte, to serving the coffee and donuts afterwards. Then, of course, there is pastoral care to any parishioner in need. Read about them below!
If you would like to make a difference by volunteering with any of the ministries listed on the right, please contact the church office at (818) 991-4797 or send an email to [email protected].
The Pastoral Care Team cares for parishioners who may be sick, recovering from surgery or experiencing other life changes.Read More »
Ushers are the smiling faces that greet us every Sunday morning as we gather for worship.Tell Me More! »
Lay readers read the scripture lessons from the Old and New Testament and lead the weekly Intercessions.Read More »
A Lay Eucharistic Minister also known as a "LEM", is a lay person authorized to assist the clergy during liturgical services.Read More »
During the Episcopal service of Holy Communion, or Eucharist, the offerings of bread and wine are brought to the altar along with the offering plates by members of the congregation.Read More »
The Altar Guild prepares all that is necessary for the celebration of the Eucharist and any of the other sacraments of the church.Read More »
Each week, the talented and creative guild members are responsible for purchasing and arranging altar flowers for Sunday Services. No experience necessary!Read More »
Coffee hour is a tradition of hospitality and fellowship, a time to catch up with friends and acquaint yourself with new people of the congregation.Read More »
Acolytes participate in different roles of the service as part of the team of ministers who lead the worship.Read More »