Youth in 4th grade and older can serve as Acolytes at Holy Trinity. Acolytes help during the Sunday morning worship services by participating in a variety of duties, including carrying the cross in procession (crucifer), carrying the torches (torch bearer) and carrying the gospel book (gospeller). They also assist the celebrant in preparing the Altar for the Eucharist (crucifer). All youth from grades 4 through 12 are encouraged to serve as acolytes, and trainings are held several times a year. If your child needs additional help, we offer a training manual for them to look over as often as needed. To print a copy of the training manual, please click here. If you are interested in becoming an acolyte, please contact Laura Meadows, at email@example.com.
LEMs and Lectors
Lay Eucharistic Ministers (LEMs) are confirmed parishioners who
administer the chalice during communion at the Sunday services. They
serve on a rotating schedule, and training is required. If you are interested
in become a LEM, please contact Laura Meadows at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lectors are parishioners who read the scriptural lessons or lead the
Prayers of the People at the Sunday and Wednesday services. Lectors serve on a rotating basis, and training is required. If you are interested in reading for one of the Sunday services, please contact Laura Meadows at email@example.com.