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Parish Office       203.322.1562    

Eucharistic Ministers

Lynn Rule                      203.253.5913


The reader serves the liturgical assembly by proclaiming the sacred scripture during the Liturgy of the Word. The worthy exercise of this role enables the Church to hear the Word of God more clearly and receive it with more open hearts. Such regular public nourishment with the biblical Word helps to sustain the community and contributes to its ongoing conversion and mission.

†  Is a baptized member of the Catholic Church who has been duly prepared for this role.

† May be any age, as long as she/he has sufficient skill and maturity to serve the liturgical assembly in the way outlined here. The community's need for a clear and thoughtful proclamation of the Word is always the guiding principle.

† Is devoted to and understands the importance of the liturgical celebrations of the Church community.

† Processes the natural and spiritual ability to speak the biblical Word intelligibly and comfortably in the midst of the assembly.

† Has participated in a training process , rehearsals of ceremonial procedures and in vocal coaching as required (use of microphone, volume, pacing, posture, etc.).

† Possesses a love for the Bible and a desire to share this Word with others as well as a willingness to grow in understanding the scriptures through study, prayer and reflections.

†  Needs to be flexible, enthusiastic and good public speaking skills.

† A spirit of generosity.

For more information or questions, please contact  Ann Martin at, or Sue at 203.322.1562. 

 Ann Martin     


Parish Office      203.322.1562

Children’s Liturgy

Maureen Ronan   

Youth Ministry         

Diane McNamara

Music Ministry

Sue Scanlon           203.322.1562

R.C.I.A. and Baptismal Preparation

Jeanne Bisson          203.322.1562

Friends of Jesus

Lynn Rule                      203.253.5913

Knights of Columbus

Bill Nagle                      203.570.2593


Bertha Barosky          203.322.5356   


Bruce Vukson          (Food Collection)                        203.972.8519

Leonard Pensiero     (Soup Kitchen)                           203.348.8831

Hand Craft

Candice Bryan                                                          203.329.8932

Kitty Carty                203.322.3771

Bible Study

Vicki Alton                      203.322.8526

Kathy Mariska                 203.329.7747

Men’s Ministry

Anthony Pramberger             203.968.1481

Prayer Line

Vicki Alton                      203.322.8526

Kathy Mariska                    203.329.7747

Other Contacts

Website/Bulletin Editor      Sue Scanlon                     203.322.1562




+ The Liturgy is the work of all the people. Servers add a dimension to the liturgy that enhances it as they serve and assist the presider.


+ Servers may be assigned to one Mass every week or, depending on the numbers, every other week. They are trained to serve at the altar, and will learn the flow of the liturgy and its various parts. They are expected to arrive 15 minutes early to assist in making sure all is ready for the celebration.


+ One hour a week is the usual time frame, plus any meetings, usually two or three a year to gain new knowledge and to review skills already learned.


+ You will learn how to serve without being a distraction to others. Poise, a certain amount of self control, and decorum are very helpful.


+ If we had 10-20, one would be assigned to serve about two weekends per month.


+ We would ask new members to have at least three training sessions. One of our Adult Servers does the training either in the summer or on Saturday. First serving assignments are also with experienced servers when possible.


+ Boys and girls that have celebrated their First Communion.


+ Learn about the Mass and what goes on in a deeper way. Ability to become more actively involved in the church's prayer, and in the parish.