Liturgy is any public official expression of the Church’s prayer, life, and worship. The Mass is the highest and most solemn 'Liturgy' of the Church because the Mass involves not only verbal praise of God but also sacrifice.
The Liturgy Committee is comprised of team leaders representing lectors, Eucharistic ministers, music, atmosphere, altar servers, greeters and ushers. Our Pastor also attends all meetings.
The Committee plans Mass for the four weekend services in Ordinary Time and as well as special services during other yearly church seasons. They also coordinate training and orientation sessions for all parishioners who serve in any capacity for the Mass.
The liturgical year has six seasons:
Advent - four weeks of preparation before the celebration of Jesus' birth
Christmas –the Nativity of Jesus Christ and his manifestation to the world