St. Paul offered a beautiful analogy in writing to the Corinthians – the church is a living body, with many parts, mutually dependent, each with a role, all working together. That reality can be seen ‘in the flesh’ each time we gather for worship. By God’s grace, though we come in as an assembly of individuals, we become a living body, the Body of Christ. While it is through God’s work that the miracle happens, God utilizes many people with a variety of priceless gifts. Check out our Prayer and Worship ministries – God has given you gifts to share too!

Liturgical Assistants
Jennifer Roxstrom
jroxstrom@hotmail.com
(585) 383-0339

Serve as sacristors setting up for Mass, and insuring the various liturgical ministries are covered. Time Commitment: 12 times a year.

Extraordinary Ministers of Communion
Karen Hester
karenjh@rochester.rr.com
(585) 586-4273

Serve the very life of the church, the Living Body of Christ, by distributing the Eucharist at parish Masses.
Time commitment: 12 times a year.

Lectors
Tom Cummings
ThomasLCummings@gmail.com
(585) 248-8676

Proclaim the scripture readings at Mass and lead prayers of the Faithful. Time Commitment: 8 times a year.

Altar Servers
Bea Hack
Bea.Hack@dor.org
585-586-5675, ext. 231
Provide an example of service and devotion by serving at Mass. Time Commitment: 12 times a year.

Ushers
Richard Hilliard
bwgolf@hotmail.com
(585) 425-3682

Assist in the welcoming and orderly seating of parishioners at liturgies. Take up the collection and tidy the pews after Mass.
Time commitment: One Mass a weekend.

Sound Engineer
Jeff Stid
jeffrey.stid@gmail.com
(585) 752-8272

Assist with microphones and sound system needs at weekend Masses and special events. Training provided.
Time commitment: Varies.

Video Technicians
Keith Bullis
keithbullis@mindspring.com
(585) 586-5862

Operates church video equipment during weekend Masses and as needed for baptisms and other services. Training provided.
Time commitment: Varies.

Holy Hour
Richard Caruso
rcaruso@unityhealth.org
585-383-1863

Pray before of the Eucharist for the needs of the world, the Church, and for Special Intentions offered to God by a request to burn a Sanctuary Lamp. Also First Friday Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. All are welcome. Come when you can.
Time Commitment: Thursdays, 7-8 PM, year round; First Friday-one hour between 11:30 AM- 4:30 PM.

St. Louis Eucharistic Adoration at St. John of Rochester
Deacon Dave Snyder
Barb Snyder
stlouisadoration@gmail.corn
St. Louis in partnership with St. John of Rochester uses their Adoration chapel together with them to spend time in the presence of Our Lord. Eucharistic Adoration is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week except during Mass times.
Time Commitment: Can sign up for a specific hour or as a substitute, or stop in anytime.