Serving at Chapel of Our Saviour
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Sunday ministries include serving as an acolyte, reader, usher, lector, chalice bearer and more. You can serve in one role, or many. People serving on Sunday ministry teams serve once a month. Want to serve more? You may join more than one team! Children and adults are all encourages to serve. To be added to a team or receive more information, click the button below!
Training is provided for these people who help at the altar on Sundays.
There are five groups, each one taking a week, plus the fifth Sunday, to set out communion and take care of the altar areas.
Training is provided so that you can administer communion on Sundays.
Teachers and helpers for the Sunday School hour and for Childrens’ Chapel during the last service provide spiritually for our children.
The choir sings at the 10:45am service from September through May. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wine and popcorn in the kitchen follow each rehearsal.
Trained people bring communion to those unable to attend church.
These people provide refreshments after each service on Sunday morning as a way to provide community.
Greeters and Ushers
These people welcome those coming to church on Sunday and also help with other special services, such as funerals.
There are two handbell choirs at Chapel of Our Saviour: a Wednesday group which plays five + octaves of bells and chimes; and a Thursday group which plays three octave of bells and chimes. They play in church about once every two months.
Readers of the Scriptures are needed for each Sunday morning service.
Knitters and crocheters provide blankets and hats for newborns. They also make prayer shawls.
Meets once a month to organize outreach events. See the separate tab under serving in our community for more information.
In September, we organize a parish and community-wide afternoon picnic, complete with roasted pig.
A collaboration of five Episcopal churches that sells donated, quality merchandise to support Front Range communities and global charities. Proceeds from the Thrift House are divided among the five churches based on volunteer hours and support many of Chapel’s Outreach activities.
Adults help out with youth activities