St. Laurence encourages people in the congregation to be actively involved in the Ministry of our church. Listed below are some of the ways you can participate in our Sunday worship services.

Please take a look at these Ministries to see where you might fit and sign up on-line by clicking on one of the buttons below.

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Members of the Altar Guild look after all things related to the Altar. The Altar guild is made up of two-person teams. Responsibilities include setting out the host and wine for the Eucharist, cleaning up afterwards, making certain the Altar area is appropriately decorated and related duties.

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This ministry involves operating the audio system during Sunday Services. You will need some training on the sound-board and that will be happily provided!

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You keep the coffee hot… you’ll probably serve some tea too! Two people needed each Sunday to set up, serve and run the dishwasher for coffee hour.  Please bring cream for the coffee.  Goodies are optional but always appreciated.

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Have you ever wondered who those people are who welcome you at the door when you enter the church on Sunday? They are our Greeters. Being a Greeter is a great way to meet people.

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Intercessors lead us in prayer during the Prayers of the People. You will be provided with some suggested prayers for your date. Most Intercessors use this as a guideline and add other appropriate prayers.

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If you would you like to join the people who read scripture passages during services, this is the ministry for you.

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These are the people who hand you your service bulletin, bring the gifts (bread and wine, monetary gifts) to the altar, and help people reach the altar in an orderly fashion for the Eucharist and other related duties.