"You shall worship the Lord your God, and Him only shall you serve."
What do Lay Eucharistic Ministers do at St. George?
Lay Eucharistic Ministers (LEMs) serve the chalice during Holy Communion and also the homebound parishioners who are unable to attend service. See also Home Eucharistic Ministers under Pastoral Care.
When do the Lay Eucharistic Ministers meet?
We do not have regular meeting times. When there is a new LEM to train, there is a one-on-one training session with Dan Clark following the services on Sunday morning. Periodic meetings are held at the request of the Rector.
Who can be a Lay Eucharistic Minister?
All parishioners in good standing who regularly attend services are eligible to serve at the discretion of the Rector, provided they fulfill their obligations to serve when scheduled by the coordinator.
|Dan Clark, Head of Lay Eucharistic Ministers|