Click on each picture to read about our different ministries. If you are having trouble discerning where your time and unique gifts can best be used click on the question mark below.
Music Ministry plays an important part in leading people to God; to worship Him in spirit and in truth in communion with one another, the Body of Christ.
Music Ministry at St. Veronica includes various roles
Cantors: Talent singers, who have additional leadership skills to lead sung prayer at Mass, serve on a rotating basis.
Combined Choir: The adult choir is the principal singing group. The group also sings for major events and Holy Days.
Instrumentalists: We encourage and invite instrumentalists to bring their talent to the parish community!
Hand Bell Choir: Using the beautiful parish chimes and hand bells, the Hand Bell Choir enhances our worship during the liturgical year.
Core team is responsible for planning and participation in Life Teen nights, confirmation preparation, facilitating small group discussions, and evaluating sessions. Training and support are provided as well as monthly meetings. Team leaders must attend a safeguarding training. Come and observe a session to help you consider joining our team.
Ladies Guild encourages all women to commit their lives to Christ through their faith in worship, prayer, and action. For more information on the group click the button below.
There are a wide variety of roles in which you can choose to serve at Mass. All are important and needed. Each role is normally scheduled in advance by the specific ministry lead. We invite you to consider serving at Mass!
Altar Server-Students in grade 5 and up
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
By serving at Mass, you are helping lead people to God. Helping them to worship Him in spirit and in truth in communion with the Church—the one Body of Christ, that we may be filled with grace to go out into the world to love and serve the Lord. What greater service is there in the life of a parish?
ADULT MINISTRY TEAM
The Adult Ministry Team envisions, oversees, coordinates, and evaluates all adult ministry programs and events in partnership with parish staff and under the overarching vision of parish formation, to help our members grow deeper in their relationship with God.
Beginning with the Sunday readings, men are invited into a small group in which they can talk about how they strive to live their faith authentically. Drawing on the power of God’s Word, these men take time to reflect on what this Word is saying to their lives and to share their experiences with other men who are trying to understand and respond to God’s invitation to relationship.
Respect Life is a resource for parishioners to educate themselves on moral issues and life style consistent with the Catholic Church teaching that all life is sacred from conception to natural death. Respect Life covers a variety of topics throughout the year. The Committee broadcasts in parish bulletin announcements to advise the parishioner about speaker programs, prayer sessions for the protection of human life, and events that support organizations engaged in protecting the value of human life.