Worship & Liturgy
Prepares and serves coffee after the 9:30 service and cleans up accordingly (run the dishes through the dishwasher and wipe down the tables). This important ministry provides a time for fellowship for parish members after having worshipped together.
This is a behind the scenes, hands-on ministry that deals with the wide variety of very traditional chores of preparing the alter and readying the church for the celebration of Eucharist and other sacraments and offices of the church, including weddings, funerals, baptisms, etc.
Parishioners who so choose register and train to participate in the worship service by reading scriptures and helping during Eucharist to administer the sacrament of wine.
Parishioners read lessons during the worship service.
Lay Eucharistic Visitors
Trained parishioners take the Eucharist to shut-ins from the parish family after church on Sunday.
This ministry is open to children in fourth grade and higher. Training is provided, and the children play a vital role in the processional and the entire worship service.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Prayers for healing and celebration are offered as shawls are knitted and crocheted, blessed, and delivered to people who are sick or otherwise in need or during times of special celebration. Knitters and crocheters gather 10 am the second Saturday of each month in the Library to share fellowship.
Lake Minnetonka Care Center
Youth and adults lead a weekly service of Morning Prayer at this nearby nursing home.