Ministering through Liturgy

There are a variety of ways to participate in the Cathedral's various liturgies. On Sundays, Servers assist clergy in the leading of the liturgy taking on a variety of in-service roles. Servers perform different roles in each liturgy.

Members of the Server's Guild—folks who have accepted an invitation from the Dean to serve in this capacity—receive training led by clergy and longer-time Servers.

8.00am Holy Communion—Servers read the Gospel and lead the intercessions, set the table, and help with Communion.

10.30 Choral Eucharist—Servers take on a variety of roles including: Crucifer, Taper Bearer, Sacristan and Master of Cermonies. 

5.30pm St. Brigid's Eucharist—Servers set the table with the Deacon, assist at the Altar, pour and distribute wine and grape juice, and ensure that there is enough wine and bread to go around. 

8.00pm Compline—The thurifer holds a smoking thurible, leading the procession to the altar. They assist the officiant in censing the altar and using incense at the reading of the gospel. 

Weekday Liturgies—Servers read the Gospel and lead the incersessions, set the table, and help with Communion.

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