Parish Ministry Groups
Find out where you can learn and grow more within the Church and the community in some of our suggested Parish Ministry groups
Parish Ministry Groups
The Church of the Holy Spirit offers a variety of ways to learn and grow as an individual within the Church and the community. The groups listed host activities inside our Church open to all, offering everyone a place to get closer to God or support the day-to-day running of the Church.
We love to support as much as we can, if you would like to add your organisation to the list, please contact us.
School-age children can start serving on the Sanctuary, helping the priests at Mass. It is a great honour and if you would like to join us please speak to either Fr. John or Fr. Liam. Training is usually spread over 3 weeks during the Summer and then we will help you during Mass after that….
The Children’s Liturgy Group
The parish has a thriving children’s liturgy group. We hold sessions every Sunday in term time during the Mass. Children start in mass and are then dismissed by the priest after the opening prayer. The liturgy group gives children an opportunity to learn about the gospel at their level. We have two groups: Preschool group…
The Eucharistic Ministry in our Parish is an active and thriving Ministry. We have 32 active Ministers who help with the distribution of Holy Communion at Masses and take Holy Communion to the sick and housebound. There are a few occasions where you may be asked to do a Eucharistic Service but this is always done…
Our Parish always needs helpers and volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a Greeter at our weekend Masses, please contact Parish Office for more details.
Our Music Groups
Our Music Group sings and provides music in the weekend Mass. Usually, we also provide music for major feasts such as the Easter Triduum and Christmas Midnight Mass. If you enjoy singing, you are always welcome. We also welcome musicians of all abilities, we feel that between us all, we make a nice sound so…
If you are interested in becoming a reader, please contact Parish Office for more details.
Sacristans are volunteers who help look after the Sacristy and its contents. If you would like to become a Sacristan then please speak to Fr. John or Fr. Liam. Or alternatively contact the Parish Office.