Extraordinary Ministers of Communion
to the Sick and Homebound
"Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others." Philippians 2:4
Not all our parishioners are able to attend Mass due to health or accessibility, yet they still belong to St. Monica's Parish and cannot be disregarded. The purpose of this ministry is to celebrate Communion of the Sick with these parishioners and distribute to them the Holy Eucharist. This ministry consists of Extraordinary Ministers of Communion who are commissioned by the pastor.
Interested in Joining?
Thank you for your interest! We appreciate your cooperation as we select candidates for the various volunteer ministry positions available at St. Monica's Parish. To become an Extraordinary Minister of Communion to the Sick and Homebound, or to join any other ministry at St. Monica's, you must partake in the Volunteer Screening process before being selected.
The following are the minimum requirements necessary for the position of Greeters and Ushers:
2. Submit a Volunteer Information Form for Adults (over 18).
3. This IS a position of trust and is considered high risk. Therefore the candidate must complete a Criminal Record Check.
4. An interview and 3 references are required.