Join a Parish Ministry or Group
THE Church was founded for the purpose of spreading the kingdom of Christ throughout the earth for the glory of God the Father, to enable all men to share in His saving redemption, and that through them the whole world might enter into a relationship with Christ. All activity of the Mystical Body directed to the attainment of this goal is called the apostolate, which the Church carries on in various ways through all her members. For the Christian vocation by its very nature is also a vocation to the apostolate. No part of the structure of a living body is merely passive but has a share in the functions as well as life of the body: so, too, in the body of Christ, which is the Church, "the whole body . . . in keeping with the proper activity of each part, derives its increase from its own internal development" (Eph. 4:16).
--APOSTOLICAM ACTUOSITATEM, (Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity), n. 2
We encourage parishioners to join one of our parish ministries or groups to contribute in the life of the parish. Please complete the form below and the coordinator of the particular ministry or group you wish to join will contact you as soon as possible.
Choose the Ministry or Group you wish to join
Baptism Ministry Team
Children’s Liturgy Ministry
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (Communion or Eucharistic Ministers)
Holy Communion for the Sick & Elderly
Office Support/Phone Support
Parish Social Committee
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Sacramental Preparation for Children Attending Government and Private Schools
St Vincent De Paul
Custodians of Siena Group
Living Springs (Children's) Choir
Are you willing to undergo Working with Children and National Police checks?
The Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne and St Catherine of Siena Parish are committed to ensure that our parish environment is safe to all parishioners, especially for the children and vulnerable persons to whom we minister. To ensure this, we may ask you as a parish volunteer to undergo a Working with Children Check or a National Police Check or both, depending on the ministry you will be involved in. Costs for this checks will be paid by the parish.
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