I WANT TO BE AN ART AND ENVIRONMENT MINISTER… WHAT CAN I EXPECT
The Art & Environment Ministry is rewarding as it strives to make our worship spaces as prayerful and inspirational as possible.
The ART & ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY creates an environment, reflecting the liturgical seasons and special feast days, that is inspirational to all who come to worship. Art & Environment Ministry was established in the year 2000 to enhance the theme of the liturgical celebrations through the use of banners, flowers and other decorations. These decors are designed for specific feast days as well as seasons of the year. Those belonging to this ministry enthusiastically work together to beautify all our worship spaces: the Historic Mission, the Serra Center and the Parish Chapel.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. What about training?
A. Training is performed by current Ministry leaders.
Q. What is the time commitment?
A. Time Commitment varies with each liturgical season; 4-5 hours per week for major Holy Days like Easter and Christmas; 1-2 hours per week for regular upkeep of live plants to enhance the worship areas.
Q. When are members of this ministry most needed?
A. Members of the Arts & Environment Ministry are most needed during Holy Week, Easter, Advent and Christmas and any significant Feast Day celebrated by the Parish or Historic Mission.
“They are to make a sanctuary for
me, that I may dwell in their midst.
According to all that I show you regarding
the pattern of the tabernacle
and the patter of its furnishings, so
you are to make it.”