Newcomers – are greeted before the services at 10 am on Sundays and are welcomed to our parish-wide Coffee Hour following our services. Here you can connect with other newcomers and longer-term members in a casual setting.
Church School — We have three classes, divided by age. The curriculum is Lectionary based and the children are invited to participate as much as possible in the liturgy and life of the Church. Interested adults are encouraged to take a turn teaching.
Lay Readers, Chalice Bearers & Acolytes– Lay readers help read the Scripture appointed for the Liturgy and the Prayers of the People. Chalice bearers assist the priest with the Holy Eucharist. Acolytes help with the altar functions.
Altar Guild – This dedicated group of parishioners keep the silver polished and the altar linens and vestments clean and pressed. Every week the altar is dressed and beautiful thanks to the altar guild.
Music – The St. Gregory’s music program is a very important part of our life together. During the service classical, spiritual, modern, and gospel music are played. St. Gregory’s is proud of their small but very talented choir. Music Minister, Michael Flynn, leads the music program at St. Gregory’s, including the “Any Given Sunday” Band, which performs several times throughout the year.
Ushers and Greeters – Ushers hand out the service bulletins as people enter the church and help people with seating when the church is full. Greeters make a point of introducing themselves to newcomers and visitors. They can answer any questions a newcomer might have about St. Gregory’s or our service.
Vestry, Finance, Building & Grounds, technology, fundraising, PR committees— These are the elected and volunteer committees that help run the Church organization. They make use of the many gifts and talents that each person brings to the community.