In the Body of Christ there exists a wonderful variety of ministries, which are especially evident when we gather around the altar to worship God. By virtue of our Baptism in Christ some of us are called to serve as Sacristans. The Sacristan works carefully to prepare the liturgical items and vessels needed for the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist. The bread, wine, sound system, books and lighting are some of the duties of the Sacristan.
Qualifications to Become a Sacristan
Must be Baptized Catholic in good standing
Must be a registered member of Immaculate Conception Parish
Must have received 1st Holy Communion
Must be a Confirmed Catholic
The duties of the Sacristan are explained in detail within this handbook.
Arrival Time: 30 minutes prior to the start of Mass
Dress Code for all Liturgical Ministers is located on the "Dress Code" tab
Training to become a Sacristan is offered anytime. You may contact the parish office to schedule a time for this training.
Once trained, the new Sacristan will be scheduled with an experienced Sacristan .
We are in need of more Sacristans to help at the 4:30 pm, 9:00 am and the 11:00 am Masses. If you are interested, you may contact Marie Coon/Liturgy Coordinator at 605-886-4049 or by email email@example.com