Servers assist the priest on the
altar during the celebration of the Mass. Training and practice
sessions are scheduled throughout the year and times are
announced in advance. Servers are scheduled approximately
twice per month. Boys and girls must be in the fourth grade
or higher to serve. They must have a desire to serve God
by being an example of reverent worship, assisting the priest,
and participating in the Mass by listening, praying, singing,
and responding. They must be able to follow directions consistently
and reverently and be flexible enough to carry out spontaneous
directions from the priest or deacon.
Martha Collins, 512-260-1654 - firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of this ministry is to prepare the church for the liturgical celebrations by creating an environment to enhance prayer and reflection. This includes decorating the church, day chapel, Eucharistic chapel and narthex for different liturgical seasons. This group takes care of the plants and coordinates special projects.
Committee members meet twice a year, before Christmas and Easter, to discuss decorating schemes and to assign tasks and responsibilities. Special attention and planning are given to the major seasons of Lent/Easter and Advent/Christmas.
Barbara Baker, 512-426-8045 - email@example.com
This group of dedicated parishioners
provides the necessary routine maintenance needed at the church.
There are 2 crews that meet on a rotating basis to vacuum,
straighten missals, clean the Holy Water fonts, dust, clean
windows and maintain the Eucharistic and Our Lady of Guadalupe
A coordinator is needed for this ministry, please call Adrian DeLaCruz if you would like to serve, 512-259-3126.
An Extraordinary Minister is a
person chosen to help the Priest distribute the body and
blood of Jesus Christ at Holy Mass to all those who come
forward to receive this Blessed Sacrament. An Extraordinary
Minister should be a person who believes in the true presence
of Jesus Christ in the bread and wine and who has a clear
love of the Mass and devotion to the Blessed Sacrament.
Sarah Sheldon, 512-657-1613 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ludy Cadena (Español) 512-260-9661- email@example.com
Extraordinary Ministers also visit those who are sick or home bound.
Our parishioners who are ill are deprived of their rightful and accustomed place in the Eucharistic celebration. In serving them, a minister of communion represents Christ, and reflects faith and charity on behalf of our entire parish community toward those who cannot be present at the Eucharist. For the sick, receiving communion is a privilege, and serving them is a sign of support and concern by our community for our members who cannot join us in our weekly celebration. Please consider joining us in reaching out.
Gigi Bost (For sick & home bound) 661-296-9829 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Silvia Cleaveland (Español) 512-259-5656 - email@example.com
This group provides the manual
dexterity to perform minor repairs and necessary physical
plant maintenance not included in facilities contract service.
The scope of this work is broad in nature and similar to
routine home and yard maintenance. Examples of the type
of work performed by this group include: planting and caring
for shrubs, trees and flowers as well as making minor repairs
to electrical, plumbing, and sprinkler systems.
Adrian DeLaCruz, 512-259-3126
The Lector proclaims the word of
God during Mass in the Liturgy of the Word. Two Lectors
are scheduled for each Mass and usually read once every
five weeks. The Lectors read the first and second readings
and, when the Deacon is not present, the Prayers of the
Faithful. Training is provided as needed. Consider sharing
your talents by proclaiming God’s Word!
Christy Knight, 512-217-4040 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Alejandra Worthington (Español) 713-305-3611- email@example.com
This is an opportunity to
share your love for music in the liturgy. Our mission is
to enhance the celebration of all of the rites of the church;
to support and encourage congregational singing; and to
enjoy the fellowship of one another. Besides preparing for
each weekend Mass, we participate in other celebrations
such as First Holy Communion, Confirmation and major Liturgical
masses (Christmas and Easter). This means a commitment of
time and a little talent as we gather weekly for practice.
Some of us read music, and some of us don't. Some play an
instrument; and for some, our only instrument is our voice.
There are no auditions. We only ask that you be willing
to make a commitment to practice and share your time and
talents with your church family. We laugh together, pray
together, cry together, and through it all, always sing
together. Won’t you join us and be a part of this
Kevin Green - 512-944-4944 (5:00 Vigil Mass)
Dave and Therese Randall - 512-259-8953 (8:30 Sunday Mass)
Carlos Gonzalez - 512-528-8624 (10:30 Sunday Mass)
Dulce and Alfredo Corral - 512-775-8215 (12:30 Sunday Spanish Mass)
Ninfa Flores - 512-619-1940 (1st Sunday of the month 12:30 Spanish Mass)
Melanie Owens - 512-
259-3126 ext. 110 or JuanJose Armenta-Aguirre - 832-
353-7798 (5:00 Sunday Mass)
The Technology Ministry supports
the church in its growing requirement for the use of technology
to support the parish. This Ministry focuses on technology
systems such as:
Lawrence Huntley, 512-259-0147
Computer network and
Members of this ministry who have backgrounds and experience
(to include hardware /software) in the areas mentioned above
meet on a regular basis. Members discuss, review and plan
ways to support and improve on the systems that support
the church on the whole. If you have a background in any
of these technology areas and would like to help, this is
a ministry for you.
This ministry is an important part
of being active in the Church. The usher serves the congregation
during Mass. Some of the duties of the usher are: taking
the collection during the Offertory, seating people in the
Church, guiding people during Communion, monitoring the
lighting during the services, handling individual situations,
and distribution of church bulletins after Mass. This is
a rewarding ministry for men and women to serve the Church
and God’s people!
Jason Ferguson, 512-843-4473 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Angel Villa (Español) 512-249-7010 - email@example.com
The goal of our ministry is to
empower young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ
in our world today. We foster young people to responsible
participation in the life, mission, and work of the Catholic
faith community while achieving total personal and spiritual
growth of each young person.
Our Youth Ministry program is for high school youth (grades
9-12) and middle school youth (grades 6-8). This ministry needs EIM certified catechists and adults (22 and older) who
can help chaperone or with driving duties.
The students meet weekly for faith, food
and fun. Also, we go on trips, retreats and we do missionary
work. We also assist with the liturgy and plan fundraising
activities to support our parish.
You can also contact the youth ministry leaders at:
The Youth Ministry web site is under construction. Check back soon.