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Volunteer for Church Reopening

The Archdiocese is beginning the (slow) process of reopening churches. The process is detailed on the Archdiocesan website found here and Saint Andrew Parish is working to fulfill the requirements set by the Archdiocese.
To do this, we are in need of several volunteers who can assist with the process.
Volunteers will help make public liturgies possible. They occasionally will support families to receive important private liturgies and sacraments (funerals, baptisms, weddings, etc). To do so, they must meet the following criteria:
  • Must be between the ages of 18 and 65
  • Not have any underlying health conditions. (ex. diabetes, cancer treatments, etc)
  • the ability to participate in online training through webinars
  • the ability to attend and participate in liturgical gatherings of less than 50 people intermittently over the next few weeks.

There are two ways to volunteer with the Reopening Team.

  • Cross-Trained Volunteer: This our most needed kind of volunteer. A cross-trained volunteer can assist in all three areas of reopening procedures, including Set-Up, Greeting, and Clean-Up. They are present before, during, and after each mass. Cross-training requires fewer volunteers to support each service, which allows our volunteers to have a break in their schedules.
  • Team Specific Volunteer: If you are not comfortable serving in all three areas of reopening procedures, you can request to assist in one specific area. We recognize that some individuals may prefer to volunteer this way, and greatly appreciate their help.

Complete the form below or write us at info@standrew.org to ask questions or express interest.

Volunteer for Church Reopening

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