The life of our Lancaster Latin Mass Community continues to grow through organizations that enrich parish family life by providing opportunities to serve our parish, to grow stronger in our faith, and to get to know each other. We invite you to be a part of these ministries and groups.
Altar Linen Care
Volunteers launder and iron smaller linens (purificators and corporals) weekly on a rotating basis. If you are able to help clean altar linens for our Latin Mass, please contact Mary Ellen Gardner in the parish rectory at (717) 397-6921.
Our choir is open to members 14 yrs. and older in all sections with an ability to sing and a willingness to commit to sing Sundays and attend Wednesday evening rehearsals. If you have an interest or know of someone who is interested in singing, please consider the Traditional Latin Mass choir. Just drop the choir director a line–Philip Crnkovich (email@example.com).
All our singing is Ad maiorem Dei gloriam.
“To the greater glory of God”
Sts. Gregory and Cecilia pray for us.
KNIGHTS OF THE ALTAR
Holy Trinity Chapter
Our Knights of the Altar Chapter, Most Holy Trinity #20094, was established on April 22, 2018. The chapter is open to boys, ages 6 and up. Our youngest servers may serve as torchbearers at High Mass and then gradually learn more roles as they get older. For more information, please contact Joseph Cunningham at firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Michael’s Guard
– Latin Mass Contingent –
St. Michael’s Guard, “[an] ecclesiastical movement of men who provide the highest level of discipline, reverence, and humility serving at the Lord’s Holy Altar, with fervent study and practice of the rites of the Roman Catholic Church,” has established a new Latin Mass Only Contingent. Membership is open to men ages 18 and older. If you are interested in joining, please contact Joseph Cunningham at email@example.com.
Traditional Catholic Men’s Group
Traditional Catholic Men’s Group meets the third Friday of each month at a different gentleman’s home to share a recorded homily followed by discussion. To learn more, please contact Chris Sloane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sacristans arrange the liturgical books, the vestments, and other things necessary for Holy Mass. Our sacristans serve weekly on a rotating basis. To volunteer, please contact James Barbour at email@example.com.
Ushers greet parishioners coming to Mass, collect offerings, pass out weekly bulletins, help with parking for special events, and straighten the church after Mass. They also carry out other duties before and during Mass. To volunteer, please contact our head usher, Jim Clavin, at firstname.lastname@example.org.