Dress Code

Dress and Appearance

Liturgical Ministers attire should express respect and reverence for the sacred Mystery that is being celebrated. Ask yourself, Does my attire express respect and reverence of the sacred mysteries about to be celebrated or does it detract from it. Our appearance should be in keeping with the minister's role and belief in the presence of Christ in the Eucharist. General Appearance, apparel and accesories worn during the Mass/Liturgy should reflect the dignity of the role of the one called upon to assist in sacred liturgy. Liturgical ministers should dress nicely and modestly.

The following dress code has been established for all Liturgical Ministers at Immaculate Conception Parish:

What To Wear to Mass

      • Gentlemen

        • Collared dress shirt

        • Polo Shirt

        • Khakis

        • Dress slacks or Dockers

      • Women

        • Dress or skirt that is knee length or longer

        • Nice Top or blouse

        • Capri's

        • Dress slacks

        • Dress shoes or dressy sandals

What Not To Wear to Mass

      • Gentlemen

        1. T-Shirts

        • Flip Flops or Sandals

        • Tennis Shoes

        • Clothing with holes or stains

      • Women

        • Midriff tops

        • Low cut neckline tops

        • Tight fitting clothing

        • Clothing with holes or stains

        • Short shorts, short skirts or dresses

        • T-shirts

        • Flip Flops or Tennis Shoes

Both men and women - Please keep in mind that wearing Denim Jeans is not the preferred attire when you are scheduled to serve.