Ministry Signup
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1) Please enter your First Name, Last Name, Email Address, Home Phone and Cell Phone.
2) Review ministries and click the check box under each ministry to signup for that ministry.
3) Scroll down to the bottom of the form and click the submit button.

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ALTAR SERVER—Altar servers assist the priest and deacon at Mass. Servers should be at least in 5th grade and available to serve Saturday (4:00 p.m.) and Sunday (7:00; 9:00; 11:00 a.m.) Masses. Training provided.
ACCOMPANIST—An accompanist is an accomplished pianist or organist who can sight read, improvise, lead a congregation, and follow the director! If this is your gift, please consider sharing it with Notre Dame Parish. It need not be a huge commitment.
CANTOR—The cantor leads the congregation in the antiphons, psalms, and Mass parts and helps direct the congregation to find and sing familiar songs. The cantor has a very visible role in the liturgy yet never purposefully draws attention to oneself. Singing and speaking with a pleasant voice is a requirement. It is imperative that the cantor prepare well. Training provided.
CHOIR—The mission of the choir is to enhance the congregational singing at Mass. The choir is made up of adults (16+) and rehearses on Thursday evenings at 7:00 until no later than 9:00 (September/May). Some musical experience is helpful but not mandatory. Joining the choir will be an opportunity for Christian fellowship and selfless service in the joy of praising the Lord in song. The choir generally sings at the 9:00 a.m. Sunday Masses (call time is 8:20) and other special occasions.
INSTRUMENTALIST —If you play a musical instrument at whatever skill level and want to participate in the liturgies, you can be accommodated. The only requirement is the desire to praise the Lord! You will most likely be asked to participate on an as-needed basis. All instruments are welcome.
EXTRAORDINARY MINISTER OF HOLY COMMUNION—Extra-ordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMOC’s) assist at Mass with the distribution of the Body and Blood of Jesus. EMOC’s must be confirmed, themselves able to receive Communion, and available to minister at Saturday (4:00 p.m.) and Sunday (7:00; 9:00; 11:00 a.m.) Masses. Training provided.
GREETER AND USHER—Greeters/ushers welcome Mass-goers to church and assist with their needs. Greeters/ushers may be families or individuals. All that is required is an hospitable disposition and welcoming spirit. Greeters/ushers should be available for Saturday (4:00 p.m.) and Sunday (7:00; 9:00; 11:00 a.m.) Masses. Training provided.
LAUNDERING OF SACRED LINENS—Per-sons launder the linens used to purify the sacred vessels at Mass and other altar cloths/linens. A commitment to launder a week’s worth of soiled linens on a rotating basis is asked. Training is provided.
LECTOR—Lectors proclaim the sacred Scriptures at Mass. Lectors should be at least 16 years of age, comfortable with public speaking, and available to lector at Saturday (4:00 p.m.) and Sunday (7:00; 9:00; 11:00 a.m.) Masses. Training provided.
LITURGICAL ENVIRONMENT—Ministers of liturgical environment assist with the decoration of the church for the principle liturgical seasons (Advent, Christmas, Lent, Holy Week, and Easter). Ministers must love the liturgy and work hard to enhance the parish’s liturgical space. Ministers will be called on an as-needed basis, i.e., with the changing of the liturgical season.
CATECHIST AND CATECHIST AIDE—Catechists and aides teach the faith to others. They help teach in our children’s faith formation program. The most important characteristics for a catechist are excitement about the faith and desire to share it with others. Training provided.
RCIA—RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is the process one goes through to become Catholic. RCIA is for adults (and often young people) interested in being baptized and/or completing the sacraments of confirmation and first holy Communion. We also have need for sponsors: someone to walk this journey with those in RCIA by teaching and supporting them in their faith journey.
PATRIARCH—Patriarch is a men's small group ministry devoted to formation in biblical principles for fatherly leadership. Men walk together and support one another as they grow into spiritual leaders for their families. 
BLESSED IS SHE—Blessed is She is the womens’ counterpart to Patriarch. The group is for women devoted to biblical formation, fellowship, and spiritual growth within one's vocation.
Volunteers are always needed at our parish school. The time commitment can be daily in the cafeteria, once a week tutoring in math and reading, or a one time commitment for special events such as the Leprechaun Stampede. Volunteers must complete a volunteer application, authorization to do a background check, and complete safe environment training.
YDISCIPLE ADULT MENTORS—Adult mentors meet weekly with a group of 5-8 teenagers for discipleship rooted in Scripture. Mentors need to love teenagers, be open to learning more about our Catholic faith, and have a desire to grow in holiness. Small groups meet every week at a time and location that is convenient for all members of the group.
YOUTH MINISTRY SUPPORT TEAMS—Members of the youth ministry support team will be added to an email list and assist with various odd jobs on an as-needed basis. This can include helping with a fundraiser, providing set up for an event, or assisting with administrative responsibilities. This is a great ministry for someone who wants to help with meaningful ministry but can't commit to a regular schedule. 
FRIENDS OF MARTHA AND MARY—A wonderful community of volunteer men and women who host, prepare food, and/or bake for funeral luncheons and the poor. Additionally monthly we support Christ in the City (Wednesday lunch in the park for the homeless) and Marisol Homes (shelter for homeless women and children). Volunteers are contacted on an as-needed basis to serve.
NOTRE DAME PRAYER VINE—An internet/text prayer vine. Prayers receive an email or text with prayer intentions. All you need is an email address or cell phone number and you can pray each day for your fellow parishioners and those in need.
COMMUNION TO THE SICK AND HOMEBOUND—Extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion pray with and take Communion to those recovering from illness/surgery, the elderly, infirm, or homebound. Ministers commit to serving on a particular day or to a particular person. Training provided.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal organization dedicated to promoting and conducting education, charitable, religious, and social welfare works and rendering mutual aid and assistance to members, their families, and the parish community. Council 4844 serves the Southwest Denver area, including Notre Dame and All Saints Parish.  We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month.
MILITIA IMMACULATA/ROSARY MAKERS—A prayer group that seeks to increase devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. At meetings members pray the rosary and discuss the writing of their founder, Saint Maximilian Kolbe. Members are invited, too, to make rosaries.
SENIORS AT NOTRE DAME (SAND)—SAND is a faith community nurturing the spiritual, social, and service needs of senior adults of the parish. SAND fosters hospitality, involvement, and opportunities for spiritual growth. Any parishioner over 55 is welcome to participate. Sign-up is helpful. 
SERRA INTERNATIONAL—A global community of lay men and women who foster and promote vocations to the priesthood and religious life and assist one another to recognize and respond in their own life to God’s universal call to holiness. Breakfast meetings are held on the first and third Fridays of every month at Holy Name Parish.
SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY—The SVDP is the Gospel-in-action. Members concern themselves with meeting the physical needs of the poor. Collectively members gather twice a month for prayer and consultation regarding their “clients.” Two-by-two members makes personal visits to the poor and those requesting assistance.
RESPECT LIFE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE—Notre Dame Respect Life strives to cultivate a vibrant culture of life upholding the dignity of every human person. We educate, support, and are in solidarity so those in our community facing life's challenges can see Christ's face in their lives. We currently meet every 2nd Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. to plan material-needs drives and events benefiting others.
OFFICE RECEPTIONIST—Assists with answering telephones and the door, sorting mail, and other general office duties. Volunteers may sign-up for a regular day/time or on an as-needed basis.
MAILING HELPERS AND BULLETIN STUFFERS—Volunteers assist stuffing and posting envelopes for general mailings or stuffing the bulletins with flyers. The ministry is on an as-needed basis; volunteers are contacted when needed.
PHOTOGRAPHERS—Photographers attend parish events and take pictures to be used on the parish’s social media (including bulletin) and for historical purposes.
OFFERTORY COUNTERS —Volunteers meet each week on Monday from 8:00-10:00 a.m. (Tuesday if Monday is a federal holiday) to prepare the weekend offertory collection for deposit. If enough volunteers sign-up it is hoped to have two-four teams.
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