Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion

The Eucharist constitutes the very life of the Church, for the Lord said, I am the bread of life. No one who comes to me shall ever be hungry, no one who believes in me shall ever thirst.”

Your willingness to serve as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion reflects not the only response to your Baptismal call to serve the people of God, but a commitment to Christ as you share in the preaching, teaching and leading aspects of the church. You offer the Eucharist, recognize the Body of Christ in those to whom you offer Eucharist and ultimately you act as the Body of Christ by fully participating in the life of the parish and the wider community. Your willingness to commit to a monthly schedule, to prepare properly for your service, and to arrive on time dressed appropriately for your assigned Mass, further reflects that commitment.
If you are interested in becoming a EMoHC start here as all volunteers will need to be current on their safe enviroinment training and registered members of St. Jude.
For English: Cyndi Bracetti: [email protected]
For Spanish: Carlos Vasquez: [email protected]
updated 09/21/2022