Offertory Counters

A group of at least two people who count, reconcile, and deposit the weekly monetary gifts collected at each Mass. Gifts to share: Accuracy with numbers Commitment: Counting once a month on Monday at Mary Queen of Apostles Parish.


Miranda Kloostra in the parish office for more information.

Parish Office: 616-636-5671


To assist in setting up those things needed for the celebration of Mass.


Miranda in the parish office for more information or to find out training dates! 616-636-5671


A lector is a fully initiated and active Catholic who proclaims the first and second readings during the Mass and the Universal Prayers (when a Deacon is not present).


Interested in becoming a lector? Call the parish office for more information! 616-636-5671

Eucharistic Minister

All ministers of Holy Communion should show the greatest reverence for the Most Holy Eucharist by their demeanor, their attire, and the manner in which they handle the consecrated bread or wine. – 2010, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Altar Server

The role of the server is important in assisting the Priest and Deacon within the Mass. An Altar Server accepts the responsibility of being present for his/her assigned scheduled serving times. It is your responsibility to find a sub if you can’t make your assigned Mass.


Miranda Kloostra in the parish office for available training dates! 616-636-5671

Liturgical Arts & Environment

Liturgical Art and Environment is responsible for making the worship space worthy for liturgical, devotional and contemplative prayer. Responsibilities: Make environment suitable for all liturgical seasons, and special feasts and occasions. The environment is appropriate when it is beautiful, hospitable and liturgically accurate and encourages full and active participation of all. Commitment: The committee holds […]

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Contact & Membership

Any registered and active member of the parish with gifts to share is welcome to join. We are always seeking individuals who wish to participate in this ministry.

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