In addition to our choirs and worship opportunities, there are many ways to get involved here at St. Margaret's. From children and youth to adult study, service and outreach, there are many ways to be involved with both the church and the community at large.
Click HERE to view our Ministries Brochure on how you can get involved in the ministries of St. Margaret's Church.
Youth at Saint Margaret's are integrated and complete members of the broader parish community. They participate in our worship, service, and learning alongside other generations in the community. Youth reach "up" to their elders as well as reach "downward" towards their younger peers as mentors and examples.
Partnership with Ministry Architects
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At St. Margaret’s annual retreat on February 14-16, 2020, Molly Blackwell shared her vision of a Meditation Garden behind St. Margaret’s with Peggy Twyman, Becky Doiron and Jean Faria Loupe. We were all in and the group met on February 25, 2020 at Brew Ha Ha’s and began plans to reclaim the existing outdoor altar, refurbish it and create a Meditation Garden for the congregation a…Read More »
This lectionary-based class led by Jay Weber and others, focuses on one of the daily readings each Sunday. We will study the scripture and make connections between education and worship, as well as our daily lives. The children and youth will also be using age level formats of this same curriculum during the Liturgy of the Word, which will enable great conversations between famil…Read More »
All women who are members of St. Margaret's are automatically members of the Maggie's Ladies (formerly known as ECW, or Episcopal Church Women). Our vision for all women of the Episcopal Church is that we become a vibrant blend of all ages, coming together to enjoy each other's company in good fellowship and as a peacemaking, healing part of the church. We aspire to be God's Spar…Read More »
Lay Eucharist Ministers (LEMs) are licensed by the bishop in order to administer the chalice at Holy Communion in the church's services. Lay Eucharistic Visitors, also licensed by the bishop, administer the Eucharist, confected at a regular Sunday service, to shut-ins and others who cannot attend the Sunday Mass.
These ministries are vital and important duties in the parish, actin…Read More »
Lectors perform the vital ministry of reading the Word of God from the Old and New Testaments at the Eucharist and on other occasions. Likewise, our Intercessors read the prayers of the people during the Mass. Adding not only a personal touch of these intercessions being read from the congregation, but making these bindings a true part of the liturgy, "the work of the people."
Lec…Read More »