Liturgical Ministry

Our Liturgy Commission works with Fr Mamba to guide and develop our liturgical celebrations in ways that are both traditional and contemporary.  We celebrate the history of our church by recognizing the contributions of our ancestors of faith and the needs of today.  Deacon Joseph Connor serves as the Chair of the Liturgy Commission with Fred Verzosa as Secretary.  


The Eucharistic Liturgy forms the center of our life together as a community.  We encourage people of all ages and experience to deepen their participation in the liturgy by taking on a liturgical role.

Music: Our Music Ministry has always held a place of honor and responsibility at Immaculate Conception Church.  The music of this sacred space reflects our unity as a Universal Church.  It is our mission to give glory and praise to God by leading the assembly in sung prayer.  The Music Ministry is comprised of both volunteers and professional musicians dedicated to this mission.    Parishioners are encouraged to join our choirs who lead our songs during our liturgies.  Click here for more information.

Lector: Proclaiming the Word of God is a key way of entering into God's actions throughout history and today.  A Lector proclaims the Scriptures at Mass and other services.  To become a Lector, one must be a Confirmed Catholic, in good standing with the Church, commissioned and committed to a schedule. To volunteer contact Deacon Joseph.

Eucharistic Ministers: Sharing in the sacrifice of the Mass through the partaking of Christ's Body and Blood forms the center of our Celebration.  Extraordinary Ministers of communion serve the body and blood of Christ at Mass and to the sick and homebound.  Contact SeVera Dowe to volunteer to become a Eucharistic Minister of the body and blood. One must be fully initiated in the Church (have received the Sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation).

Altar Servers: Servers: 4th Grade students and older are encourage to assist in our celebration by
facilitating the actions of the service itself.  From leading our procession, to preparing the
table, to ensuring our presiders have the right tools for the particular rite, our servers play a
key role in our celebration.  If you are interested serving. please contact the parish office.

Greeters/Ushers: We are a welcoming community and no one typifies this better than our greeters who welcome visitors as they enter our church each Sunday, showing them to their seats.  They pay special attention to newcomers and visitors, caring for the offertory gifts, take collections, distribute weekly bulletins and assist the priests as needed. If you like meeting new people and passionate about Immaculate Conception Church, we need you.  Contact Don Barberie to sign up and volunteer!



Liturgical Ministry