The liturgy is the central and most important action of parish life.
"The liturgy is the summit toward which the activity of the Church is directed; at the same time it is the font from which all the Church's power flows." (Constitution of Sacred Liturgy)
By baptism every parishioner is called to a "full, conscious and active participation" in the liturgy
The Worship Committee meets monthly, September through May, for education in current liturgical directives and to prepare for the various liturgical seasons. Members assist the pastor in creating an appropriate church environment in which the worshipping community can experience the presence of God. This committee encourages the spiritual growth of the parishioners, and works to educate the parish in matters that promote life-giving and prayerful liturgical celebrations.
Throughout the year, the Worship Committee offers many opportunities for parishioners to gather for special liturgies and prayer. Some of them are:
- Advent and Lent Communal Penance Services
- Mass of Remembrance / Memorial Service
- Eucharistic Day
- Lenten Vespers, Chaplet, and Stations of the Cross,
- May Crowning
- Anointing of the Sick
- Blessing of Animals.