Ways to Serve
The 9am Sunday Mass is livestreamed for the benefit of those who can’t attend in person. Volunteers are needed to help with the livestreaming. If you are comfortable using a computer, we can train you on this system. The time commitment is one 90-minute training session, during which you will practice at either the 5 pm Saturday Mass or the 11am Sunday Mass. Then you will be asked to livestream one Mass a month in partnership with one of the experienced livestream crew. Schedules are flexible, but reliability is important.
Coffee & Donuts
New Member Welcome
Members of the Welcoming Ministry are available in the gathering space after Mass to answer questions and provide information about St. Thomas the Apostle parish, including how to become a member. Committee members phone newly registered parishioners to welcome them and answer any questions. New Member Committee members organize and invite our newest families to the New Member Blessing weekends.
Schedules and organizes social activities each year that give parish members the opportunity to meet and interact. Events include both family and adult activities. Members attend a yearly planning meeting and are asked to participate in some way at each event. Committee members should be genuinely interested in the social life of the parish and feel comfortable mixing and welcoming others.
Opportunities at the Parish Center include a variety of office tasks including answering the phone, helping with paperwork, and recordkeeping. If you are occasionally available for an hour or two and enjoy working with others, please consider this opportunity.
Meal Prep and Cleanup
Saints Men’s Club
Community Life Commission