St. Andrew is in need of your God-given gifts and talents to help serve our parish and community!
Below is a list of involvement opportunities at St. Andrew.
Find one (or several!) you're interested in,
and then click on the name for more information.
Thank you for your involvement and for helping us to spread the Good News!
Assist the priest in the celebration of the Eucharist at Mass.
Comfort and support, through prayer and companionship,
a person who is experiencing the painful loss of a loved one through death.
Volunteer to assist with BINGO on Tuesdays at 7pm in the Parish Center.
Volunteer to assist with our children's
parish religious education program (PREP).
Come and spend an hour with our Lord in prayer and reflection.
Eucharistic Adoration takes place on the first Wednesday
of every month from 10:00am - 5:00pm.
Assist the priest and/or deacon in sharing and distributing
the Body and Blood of Christ with the assembled community.
Greet, assist, direct and provide comfort to people
attending Mass before, during and after the liturgy.
Find healing and help with the hurt of losing a loved one.
Men of St. Andrew Parish come together for prayer, fun and to work
for the church through different projects.
Bring Holy Communion to those who are unable to attend Mass.
A social group for women of St. Andrew Parish that
cares for the needs of the Altar and Sanctuary.
Proclaim the Word of God in the first and second
Scripture readings during Mass.
Share your musical talent during
weekend Masses and special events.
Represents the entire parish community by acting as listening post and
ensure the parishioners have a voice in how the parish
serves them, guided under the leadership of the Pastor.
Promote activities that support the sacredness of life
from conception to natural death
Make rosaries for the missions. This group has made and sent thousands of
rosaries to missions all over the world since it's establishment in 1977.
Decorate the sanctuary and clean the sanctuary and sacristy.
Work in solidarity on behalf of the poor and vulnerable to
bring about a more just, hope-filled and compassionate society.
Religious Education Office
A group of men who meet for prayer and fellowship.
St. Andrew senior parishioners get together,
visit a local restaurant and enjoy fellowship with one another.
Junior high and high school students meet,
perform service projects and attend social activities.
Addresses the material and spiritual needs of people
primarily in the Milford/St. Andrew Parish area.
Offers tangible goods, food and financial assistance to the needy.
Volunteer to assist with Vacation Bible School (June 17-21, 2019).
Join us for this life changing adventure with opportunities for
growth, friendship and witnessing God's love.
Assist in evaluating and improving our Sunday liturgy.