People experience the presence of Jesus Christ in the world through the Ministry of the Church. The first task of the Parish community is to reach out to all people in Christian love and service. Christian hospitality draws people together, opens them to participation and sets the tone for the liturgy. Every Christian is called to Ministry and gifted by the Holy Spirit. This calling is rooted in our Baptism. By means of our initiation into the Church and strengthened by grace, God empowers each person with the resources for Ministry.
The Usher, or Minister of Hospitality, is equipped for this Ministry by the gifts of the Holy Spirit. These gifts make that Ministry effective and enable the minister to build up the Body of Christ. In their welcome and Christ-like attitude, Ministers of Hospitality ensure that the faithful see and experience the love of Christ.
The Ministry of Hospitality is crucial because it is so visible in the Church. Certainly the attitude, conduct and even the appearance of the minister of hospitality directly affects, either positively or negatively, the experience of the faithful at Mass.
If you feel the call from God to serve Him and your Parish of Holy Family, we invited you to consider the possibility to become an Usher. Everyone is welcome to our Ministry. The requirements to become an Usher is to be 18 years of age or older and to attend to a meeting on the last Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in the Church.
For more information on how to become an Usher, please contact the coordinators.
The Usher Coordinator: Darin Doerning/Jose Serna (626) 281-3042