Time & Talent Ministry Form
Thank you for considering how God is calling you to be a good steward of your time and talent.
Stewardship is awareness that our resources of time, talent, and treasure are gifts from God. It is an essential part of our Christian mission, giving back to God the gifts that we have been given, through service and ministry to our community. Your time and talent helps keep our parish alive, healthy, and thriving.
Here at Queen of Peace our parish life revolves around your gifts of Stewardship... of time, talent and treasure. These opportunities to volunteer are centered around the first two... your time and talent. Throughout the year there are many opportunities to become involved and volunteer to share your gifts with us.
All of these ministries are opportunities for parishioners to use their own specific gifts to enhance and support the mission of Queen of Peace Parish, "to provide a welcoming Home to enrich the lives of our community through Prayer, Worship, Renewal in the Sacraments, Education, Service, Ministry, & Fellowship to promote growth in Faith and Love of our Lord Jesus Christ in his Universal Church"
Please review each ministry and prayerfully consider where the Lord is calling you to serve our parish family. We ask that you fill out the form one at a time for each adult in your household. Some ministries are open to high school students and above.
These are ministries that have a specific need for parishioner involvement. Please prayerfully consider if God is calling you to share your time and talents in one of these “highlighted ministries”.
*Religious Education Catechists
*Liturgical Ministers: Lectors and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
*Grounds help (gardening, weeding, cutting grass)
*Vacation Bible School
Please fill out the form individually for each adult in the household. (Interested high school students are encouraged to participate in the survey as well!)
Preferred Mass Times
Which Masses do you typically attend on the weekend? (This information is needed if you are volunteering in any of the Liturgical Ministries.)
Saturday 5:30 pm
Sunday 7:30 am
Sunday 9:30 am
Sunday 11:45 am
Children & Youth Ministries
AGAPE Middle School Group: A ministry for our students in grades 6—8 who meet weekly in our gym for music, games, friendship and catechesis. High school juniors and seniors, college age and adult volunteers are needed and welcomed.
CHILDREN'S LITURGY OF THE WORD: (Open to High school students & above) A program for children ages 5 and older which allows them to participate more fully at their own level in the liturgy and readings. Children are dismissed to the gym after opening prayer to hear scripture readings of the day from the Children’s Lectionary and a homily (often interactive) that is suited to their ages and development. Adult and teen volunteers are needed to assist and supervise.
CATECHESIS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD: (Open to High school students & above) Adult or teen volunteers can serve in the atrium as catechists or assistants. This is a unique Montessori-style program for our school children (pre K—2nd) and religious education students in grade preschool and kindergarten.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: (Open to High school students & above) Our Religious Education is offered in two sessions: Weekly RE and Summer RE. The Weekly RE runs September through May on Sundays at 10:45 AM. The Summer RE offers a more intensive setting, and runs for two weeks in June from 9:00—12:30 each day. Adults and teens are invited to volunteer as catechists or assistants for either program. Kitchen volunteers are also needed in the summer.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL: (Open to High school students & above) Vacation Bible School is the largest children's ministry at Queen of Peace, serving approximately 150 kids in grades preschool- 8 each summer in July. Entering its 14th year, VBS is a faith formation program offering a new theme each year that utilizes age-appropriate activities that help children grow closer to God. Volunteers are needed to fill many positions.
Please select any Children & Youth ministries in which you would like to be involved.
AGAPE (Help serve dinner to students, or lead a small group.)
CHILDREN'S LITURGY OF THE WORD
CATECHESIS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (WEEKLY & SUMMER PREP)
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Family & Parish Life Ministries
ST. ANTHONY'S CIRCLE: A group of women who offer spiritual and social support to the parish by praying the Rosary monthly. They meet at a members home for fellowship and volunteer at our funeral luncheons.
CHILDCARE & BABYSITTING: High school or adult volunteers needed to provide child care for parish events such as RCIA, HASA & other meetings, missions or guest speakers.
FOOD FOR FATHER: A ministry of volunteers who provide gift cards for Father for groceries or meals out.
FUNERAL LUNCHEONS: A ministry of men and women who help provide a luncheon following funerals held at Queen of Peace. Volunteers can donate a dessert, help set up/clean up, or serve during the luncheon.
MARRIAGE PREPARATION / MENTOR COUPLES: Parish volunteers are needed to assist in mentoring couples preparing for marriage.
PARISH HOSPITALITY: Volunteers who bake goodies and other foods for parish functions, such as Sacramental receptions, Pentecost Potluck, missions, or other events.
PRAYER & SHARE: This group meets to praise and thank God for our blessings and pray for the needs of our parish every Tuesday at 9:00 AM in our parish library.
PEACEFEST: Our multi-day parish festival celebrating the Queenship of Mary, our patroness. During this weekend, we gather together for fun, food, and faith sharing in many events including the “Mother of All” Rummage Sale, Wiffle ball, Family Fun Fair, Trivia Night, Classic Car Show, Piggy Raffle, outdoor Mass, Parish Feast and so much more!!
PRAYER LINE: A group of volunteers who are available to pray for the many needs of this parish. Anyone may email prayer requests. Additional call chain members are always welcomed.
SENIOR CITIZENS LUNCHEON: A special luncheon for our seniors is provided on the 2nd Wednesday of the month from September-May. Volunteers are needed to cook, serve and clean-up.
SUNDAY HOSPITALITY: Also known as “coffee & donuts” this ministry allows parishioners an opportunity for fellowship after the 7:30 & 9:30 Masses each week. Volunteers are needed to pick up the donut order from Martin’s & to assist with set-up.
WELCOME CENTER HOSTS: This ministry of volunteers will man the Welcome Center, greet parishioners, and answer questions.
Please select any Family & Parish Life ministries in which you would like to be involved.
St. Anthony's Circle
Childcare & Babysitting
Food for Father
Prayer & Share
Senior Citizens' Luncheon
Welcome Center Hosts
HOLIDAY BAZAAR: Annual event held on the 2nd Saturday of November which features art/craft vendors, a bake sale, piggy raffle, food and fellowship. Many volunteers are needed to assist the Bazaar chair on that day.
SCHOOL COLLECTIONS: The school raises money for new equipment and supplies by collecting: Box Tops for Education. Help is needed cutting and bundling Box tops.
Please select any Fundraisers in which you would like to be involved.
ALTAR SERVERS (5th grade & older) Assist the Priest during the Mass and other liturgical services; Boys & girls grades 5 and above enrolled in our school OR religious education programs. Training is held periodically during the year
ARTS & ENVIRONMENT: For families, teens or adults who wish to help maintain the plants in church as well as prepare the church for the liturgical seasons and special Feast days.
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS (Open to High school students & above) Fully-initiated teens & adults with the desire to serve the parish community at our Eucharistic liturgies. Once trained and commissioned, ministers are asked to serve 2 or more Masses per month.
LECTORS: (Open to High school students & above) Proclaim the Word of God at liturgies and Vespers. Once trained, lectors are asked to serve at 2 or more Masses per month.
ROSARY LEADERS: (Open to High school students & above) Lead the Rosary 25 minutes before the weekend Masses.
SACRISTANS: Set-up for weekday or Sunday Masses, or special liturgical events on a recurring schedule. All who feel called are invited to participate in this ministry.
USHERS: Adults or teens who can assist parishioners with finding a seat, taking up the collection, handing out bulletins, or other assistance to parish staff as needed.
Please select any Liturgical Ministries in which you would like to be involved.
Art & Environment
ADULT CHORALE: The most active choral ensemble at our parish, this group supports our congregation at the 9:30 AM Mass September—June; open to anyone high school age and older.
CANTORS: Both singers and leaders of congregational song; teens and adults with pleasant, clear voices are encouraged to join; do not need to be member of a choir.
CHAMBERS CHOIR: A select ensemble that serves to perform and promote concert-level sacred music in our parish and the community; membership is open to experienced singers throughout the Michiana area, and is by invitation or audition.
INSTRUMENTALISTS: Woodwind, string, and brass instruments welcome, even if you have not played in a while.
SEASONAL CHOIRS: For special events where a choir is needed such as Peacefest or Christmas Eve.
Please select any Music Ministries in which you would like to be involved.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION/COACHES & GAME DAY VOLUNTEERS: Governed by the Athletic Director and Board, they seek to promote and improve the athletic programs offered at Queen of Peace. Adult parishioners are needed as coaches, mentors, and game-day volunteers.
LUNCHROOM VOLUNTEERS:Adults are sought to help serve the daily hot lunch and salad bar to our student body
Mon.—Fri from 11:15 AM—1:00 PM.
Please select any School Groups in which you would like to be involved.
Athletic Association/Coaches & Game Day Volunteers
Social & Service Groups
BUSY WIDOWS: meets once a month for lunch; friendship & support
JUBILEE SOCIETY: Women of all ages who come together to strengthen our parish community through both social and service activities.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: Men dedicated to family, charity, unity, fraternity, patriotism and the defense of the Priesthood. Our council holds fundraising/social events such as fish/steak fries & parish breakfasts. Helps fund various parish projects & charitable works.
MARY'S BLUE BRIGADE: Women who gather to celebrate daily Mass and pray the Rosary the 3rd Monday of month; share breakfast at local restaurants afterwards.
Please select any Social & Service Groups in which you would like to be involved.
Knights of Columbus
Mary's Blue Brigade
SALT (marriage enhancement ministry)
ELIZABETH MINISTRIES: Support for women during their child-bearing years; Respect Life issues; Moms & Tots; Women’s Care Center.
PASTORAL CARE OF THE SICK: Visiting and/or taking communion to our sick and homebound parishioners.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL: St. Vincent dePaul Conference follows Christ’s message to bear compassion and hope through acts of service to those in need. Collect food and other necessities and distribute them to those in need through personal one-to-one contact.
ST. JOE COUNTY RIGHT TO LIFE
Please select any of the Outreach Ministries in which you would like to be involved.
Pastoral Care of the Sick
St. Vincent de Paul
St. Joe County Right to Life
Parish Office Help
Assist the parish office with bulletin stuffers, mailings, or other large office projects.
Please select any of the Parish Office tasks for which you would like to be help.
Stuff Bulletins / Special Mailings
Computer Work & Data Entry
Front Desk Assistant (answer phone and greet visitors)
BUILDING & GROUNDS COMMITTEE: This committee works to identify and resolve repair and improvement projects within our buildings and parish grounds.
GROUNDSKEEPING: Parishioners who enjoy working outdoors are encouraged to donate a few hours on our campus.
OUR LADY'S GARDEN: Families or individuals can adopt a plot, or help with weeding and harvesting.
Please select any of the tasks on the Parish Grounds for which you would like to be help.
Building & Grounds Committee
Groundskeeping / Grass Cutting
Our Lady's Garden
EVANGELIZATION COMMITTEE: This group is responsible to assess, develop, implement and/or maintain positive sources for improving efforts to reach the unchurched and to help them grow in the light of Jesus.
TRUNK OR TREAT: Annual outreach to our neighbors and surrounding community. Help need with games, crafts, and meal service and preparation.
EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA: Springtime outreach to our neighbors and surrounding community. Help need with games, crafts, and meal service and preparation.
ALPHA: We believe everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and share their point of view. New members are invited to help with hospitality and/or be table leaders.
PARISH AMBASSADOR: Various events throughout the year, we are looking for people t be hospitable and help guests feel welcomed.
Please select any of the tasks on the Evangelization Ministries for which you would like to be help.
Trunk or Treat
Pastoral Council Sub Committees
Members of the Pastoral Council are appointed by the pastor. The council is comprised of the chairpersons from each of the subcommittees and serves as an advisory board to Father John Eze. All are encouraged to join a subcommittee.
ECUMENISM & INTERFAITH RELATIONS: Present ideas and develop plans on how we can work together with people of other faiths within our community.
EVANGELIZATION: Present ideas and develop plans on how to reach out to others in our community to share the love of Jesus, as well as engage those within our parish to deepen their love and personal relationship with Christ.
EDUCATION: Present ideas and develop plans on how to engage our youth to participate in youth ministry efforts at Queen of Peace.
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY: Present ideas and develop programs and events that will support the needs of young adults within our parish.
SOCIAL CONCERNS: Focus on initiatives to reach all members of our church and community, including the aged, ill, and less fortunate.
LITURGY & WORSHIP: Present ideas to promote spiritually uplifting liturgy. Discuss how music enhances the liturgical experience.
Please select any of the subcommittees on which you would be willing to serve.
Ecumenism & Interfaith Relations
Pastoral/Young Adult Ministries
Liturgy & Worship
LINENS CARETAKERS: Linens used during Mass must be laundered and pressed on a weekly basis. Serving in this ministry could be on a weekly or monthly basis.
INFANT BAPTISM GARMENTS: Simple garments used during baptisms are needed. Some ability to sew is necessary.
Please select any of the following tasks which you would be willing to do.
Sewing Infant Baptism Garments
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