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Holy Spirit; Lectionary; Praying hands; Family outreach; Project Moses dedication
Parish Ministries

As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace. (1 Peter 4:10)

St. Anthony's church steeple reflected in the Project Moses Monument

St. Anthony's church steeple reflected in the Project Moses Monument.

Our offering of time, talent, and treasure is one way of saying: We belong to the Lord and to one another. All is a gift from God; everything we are and have is freely given for our good. So we should return a portion of our gifts to God in gratitude for His abundant generosity.

Our parish life includes opportunities for spiritual enrichment, social activities, and charitable service. We encourage members of our parishes to prayerfully consider offering their special talents and time to serving in one of the following areas (click on the ministry name for more information):


Liturgical Ministry members assist the priest in the celebration of the Mass. Parishioners who are involved in the various liturgical ministries receive support and education to help them perform their ministerial roles.


Jesus' promise, "I will be with you always, yes, even to the end of time," is lived out in abundant ways. Prayer ministries seek to help parishioners to connect to others through prayer, praise, and the variety of gifts of the Holy Spirit.


Christ's call to love our neighbor is the consistent message of the gospel. In an effort to live this call to reach out to others, St. Anthony's parish offers many opportunities to serve and love as Jesus showed us.


God is present where two or more are gathered in His name. Service and social ministries offer opportunities for parishioners to build relationships with God and others in fun, family-like, and faith-filled ways.

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