Ways to Get Involved at St. Paul's
Members of the parish assist with Sunday and weekday services in several ways –
- Altar Guild: Helps to maintain the sanctuary and prepares the altar for services including caring for vestments, vessels and linens of the parish. Contact Phil Frowery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Flower Guild: Provides floral arrangements for weekly services as well as special decorations for Christmas and Easter. Contact Stacey Shepherd at email@example.com or Elisa Gallagher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Lay Eucharistic Ministry (LEM): Aids the clergy in the administration of the consecrated elements for the Eucharist during Holy Communion. Contact Elizabeth Doles at email@example.com.
- Lectors: Read lessons (readings) during the liturgy. Contact Lora Ciccia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Acolyte Guild: Assists the celebrant and enhances the worship service. Teens age 13-18 are invited to participate. Roles include crucifer who processes with the cross, the gospeler and torch bearers. Contact Sandy Antonelli at email@example.com.
- Ushers: Greet parishioners as they enter for service and assist with seating, the collection and Communion. Contact Alex Antonelli at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Choirs: Provide musical leadership during services. Visit our music page to learn about St. Paul’s choirs.
Committees & More
Members can also serve the parish by joining committees related to social activities, maintaining the physical facilities and service to the broader community –
The Hospitality Committee plans church dinners and parties, after-service coffee hours and receptions, fundraisers and other social events. Contact Caroline Ellison at email@example.com.
The Newcomers Committee welcomes new members of the parish by delivering information about St. Paul’s and a welcome basket to new individuals and families. Contact Anne Westpheling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Evangelism Committee manages the church website and informational outreach to potential and current members. It develops strategies and approaches to attract new members and increases involvement with current membership. Contact Aldo Scrofani at email@example.com.
Buildings, Grounds and Security Committee
The Buildings, Grounds and Security Committee assists with maintenance of the church and Day School campus. Contact Alex Antonelli at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stewardship Committee directs the annual fall stewardship campaign and helps to secure pledges to meet the parish’s financial needs. Contact Elisa Gallagher at email@example.com or Andy Rovito at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Relations Committee
The Community Relations Committee plans fun events designed to attract attendees beyond the current St. Paul’s family to make St. Paul’s known within the community. Contact Runi Sriwardena at email@example.com.
Spiritual Life Committee
The Spiritual Life Committee assists clergy with planning liturgy and other activities to enhance the spiritual lives of the members of St. Paul’s. Contact Gale Jacob at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Outreach Committee organizes and engages community service and charitable projects. Contact Gale Jacob at email@example.com.
Lay Visitation Ministry
The Lay Visitation Ministry consists of parish members trained to assist the clergy and minister to parishioners in need. Contact Mary Czachowski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Memorial & Endowment Trust (MET)
The MET manages and invests the parish endowment. Contact Andy Rovito at email@example.com.
Friends of Music
The Friends of Music program at supports the music ministry at St. Paul’s. Contact Kevin Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Day School Board
The St. Paul’s Day School Board volunteers are either current Day School parents or active church members (or both) with expertise across such fields as finance, HR, marketing and education. Members also participate in one Board subcommittee, which take an active role in supporting various school initiatives. Contact email@example.com.