1005 West Main Street, Danville, IN 46122
317.745.4284 [email protected]

Spiritual Life

Chair: John Chapin | 317.539.4351

 

Volunteering/Participating in Spiritual Life

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Participants are always needed the first Thursday of the month for adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Sign-up sheets are posted on the bulletin board in the narthex. This is an opportunity to sit quietly in reflection and prayer in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament.

Contact: Fran Strauss 317.745.5640 or Helen Disney 317.745.4867

Altar Servers

Mary, Queen of Peace invites all girls and boys to participate in this ministry. To be a server one must be:

  • in the fourth grade or above
  • trained in the ministry
  • committed to the times assigned
  • has received 1st Communion

Contact: Phil Schneider 317.745.5998

Art and Environment

This ministry exists to create an environment for worship, which will lead the parish community into an experience of prayer and celebration. Members must commit to one year of service beginning with the Easter season and ending after Pentecost Sunday the following year.

Contact: Jan Adams 317.508.4458

Readers

There is a real gift involved in “Proclaiming the Word.” The women and men who are called to this ministry enjoy reading aloud and speaking in front of others. To be a reader one must:

  • develop an ability to read well and speak distinctly
  • be commissioned by the pastor
  • be trained in the ministry
  • be committed to the times assigned

Contact: Bob Freed 317.745.6486

Extra-ordinary Ministers of Communion

There are two parts of this ministry: serving at Mass and taking communion to our homebound parishioners and Catholics in the local healthcare centers. Though the visitation calls are not a requirement, it is encouraged, as these folks have a tremendous need for the presence of Our Lord in both the Eucharist and in those who visit them. To be a Extra-ordinary Minister one must:

  • be commissioned by the pastor
  • be trained in the ministry
  • be committed to the times assigned

Contact: Dennis Graves 317.745.5632

Ministers of Hospitality

This ministry is a most essential part of our parish’s welcoming spirit. These men and women are the first to greet folks at the door on the weekends and continue the hospitality throughout the weekend Masses. To be a Minister of Hospitality one must:

  • enjoy people
  • be enthusiastic about offering hospitality
  • be trained in the ministry
  • be committed to the times assigned

Contact: Mary O’Brien 317.745.6151 or [email protected]

Music Ministry

The Music Ministry of Mary, Queen of Peace welcomes anyone who is willing to share their musical talents and make the commitment to share your gifts. Cantors, choir members and instrumentalists are all a vital part of the worship experience in our parish. No one must have musical training to participate, just a willing spirit and a dedication to work hard so that we all share in meaningful liturgical experiences. Rehearsals are on Wednesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in the church.

Contact: Ed Hennes [email protected] or 440.315.7586

Cantors

Opportunities to cantor solo or in small groups of two or three. Rehearsal and Mass schedules tailored to individual members’ schedules. We currently have four Cantors, Pat Mooney, Kathy McSchooler, Ed Hennes and Jeffery Earl.

Contact:  Pat Mooney at 317.272.5528

Lenten Mission

Volunteers are needed to plan and organize the mission offered to parishioners, usually on three consecutive evenings prior to the Lenten period. This involves arranging for a speaker, providing childcare, and planning for beverages and desserts.

Contact: John Chapin 317.539.4351

Transportation Committee-“Calling All Cars!”

This is a new committee in need of volunteers to transport our homebound parishioners to and from weekend Masses and other church functions.

Contact: Parish Office 317.745.4284

Consolation Committee

The Consolation Ministry was started to aid those who need help to deal with their grief before and after a death. using the support of our Church family, one never needs to be without help.

Contact Theresa Donahue 317.745.7065