This committee is a group of parishioners who take care to call new parishioners each month, and follow up with a home visit, personal welcome and presentation of helpful St. Nicholas materials.
We have many committees to grow in.
Annual Parish Party in honor of St. Nicholas our patron saint. An evening of fun, food and fellowship in a very family friendly atmosphere.
A team of volunteers who do light cleaning of Church on Saturday morning in preparation for the upcoming Masses.
This committee coordinates and plans parish social events that promote a sense of belonging, includes receptions following the RCIA rituals, confirmation, and first Eucharist liturgies.
This Parish activity is held in late May or early June to raise funds for specific projects determined each year.
This ministry provides health screenings and health information.
Ever find it hard to give both the Word of God and your small children adequate attention during Mass? We’ve been there!
Fun-filled family event for people of all ages from our youngest to our senior members.
This ministry provides assistance to those in need who require transportation for doctor appointments or shopping, or other consideration.
This gathering after the Sunday Masses is an opportunity to get to know one another, to visit and meet new parishioners.
This ministry provides support for those walking through the grieving process.
If God is for us, who can be against us?
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Our Ushers locates seating, assists with collection baskets and presentations of gifts, assists in emergencies during Mass, and prepares church interior after each Mass.
Is a public devotion held regularly each Lent, normally on Friday, time to be announced each year.
Our Presenters of Gifts are individual persons or families that present the gifts of bread and wine at the weekend Masses.
Music Ministry refers to all choir members, and those who are cantors.
This Service is held in the absence of an ordained minister, when needed.
Through study of church rituals, liturgical seasons, and prayer, the Liturgy Committee forms and plans variations of liturgy elements (prayers, music, movement, environment) and organizes ministries crucial to liturgical celebration for St. Nicholas.
Lectors prepare and proclaim the assigned Scriptures for the assembly during Mass.
Our Greeters welcome parishioners and guests upon their arrival at Mass.
Our Eucharistic Ministers distribute the Body and Blood of Christ to the assembly during Mass and bring the Eucharist to the sick and homebound as needed.
Each Sunday, adults and teens minister as Catechists to mature 3 year olds through 1st graders the Sunday Liturgy of the Word.
Our Alter Servers are young men and women, grades 5 through 8.