Communion to the Homebound/Hospital

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion bring the blessed Eucharist to those who are unable to attend Mass whether in the hospital, a nursing facility or private home. Training, orientation and materials are provided.

EM of Holy Communion are currently needed to take Communion to the hospital on the one Sunday of the month and to Brookdale Salina Kirwin weekly. If you would like more information on this ministry please contact Doris at the parish office.


Contact Doris Worcester
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Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

Assist the priest in the distribution of Holy Communion at Mass.

Contact Parish Office


Proclaim the Word of God during parish liturgies.

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Welcome people as they arrive at Mass, offering a missalette and bulletin.


Parish Office

Funeral Greeter

Acknowledge mourners as they arrive at Mass, offering a missalette and memorial folder. Also, indicate the register, Mass cards/envelopes, etc., and help in any way as requested by the mortuary.

Contact Larry and Judy Quinn


Provide general care for the items in the sacristy and the altar area. Volunteers work on a rotation schedule, serving two or three times a year.

Contact Karen DeBeer

Altar Server

Assist the presider in the liturgical celebration at daily or funeral Masses.

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Accompany and encourage the assembly to participate in the sung prayer during the celebration of parish liturgies.

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Help parishioners find a seat, if necessary; take up the collection or find someone to help; and maintain a sense of decorum in the Gathering Area, Cry Room, etc.

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Perpetual Adoration

This is prayer before Jesus in the permanent exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. The Chapel, located in the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church at 1000 Burr Oak Lane, is open in constant vigil of prayer, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Ideally, individuals are asked to commit to spend one hour a week in prayer.

Contact Stephanie Bellerive

Prayer Lines

Prayer requests are passed along by phone call or email with the confidence that they will only be shared with those who have committed themselves to pray for others in the privacy of their homes. Names will remain on the prayer line for one month, unless requested otherwise.

If you have a prayer request please contact Angie Holston, 827-3929; Lou Tryon, 827-8053; Betty Yockers, 827-2966; or Marge Ahern, 827-5627.

Contact Angie Holston