for more information about any ministry, contact Sally Mahon.
Acolytes assist the priest in the worship service. Acolytes are at least ten years old and serve on a rotating basis.
Altar Guild is responsible for preparing the church for all worship services and maintains the vestments and altar wares. Members serve one weekend per month.
Boy Scouts develops boys into honorable men through a variety of activities. The Scouts meet every Monday at 7:00 p.m.
Building and Grounds Team serves to keep God’s house clean and orderly.
Children’s Church provides an opportunity for children to develop a closer relationship with God in a fun and loving way while introducing them to the liturgy of the Episcopal Church. The children meet every Sunday during the 10:30 a.m. service. They return to the service at the exchange of the peace.
Coffee Guild provides coffee and refreshments before and after the worship services. Members serve on a rotating basis.
Communications Team coordinates the spreading of the Good News and the flow of information to parishioners and visitors. The committee meets the first Wednesday of every month at 10:00 a.m.
Communion Bread Guild members provide the communion bread for the 10:30 a.m. worship service. The members serve on a rotating basis.
Community of Hope (COH) is a community of volunteer lay chaplains, guided by Benedictine spirituality and prayer. This pastoral care ministry serves those who are in hospitals, hospices, nursing homes, and the homebound. After a twelve week training, members meet on a monthly basis.
Daughters of the King (DOK) is an international religious order for Episcopal women, who strive to fulfill their baptismal covenant through prayer, service and evangelism, and help strengthen the spiritual life of the parish. The Daughters meet the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
Episcopal Church Women (ECW) encourages women of St. Cuthbert in their life in Christ, promotes spiritual growth through fellowship in the Christian faith, and fosters active participation in the mission of the church.
Fellowship Guild provides opportunities to come together as a church community to build friendships. They host various social functions and receptions.
Flower Guild adorns the altar using the flowers that God himself created. Guild members serve on a rotating basis.
Greeters Ministry prepares the hearts of worshippers by standing at the entrance doors, welcoming everyone with a smile and a warm, heartfelt greeting as well as assisting visitors. Members serve on a rotating basis.
Junior Daughters of the King (JDOK) is an international religious order for young girls, ages seven through 21, who strive to fulfill their baptismal covenant through prayer, service and evangelism, and help strengthen the spiritual life of the parish. The Junior Daughters meet the third Sunday of each month at noon.
Lord of the Streets (LOTS) is an outreach organization providing for the spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs of the homeless. Volunteers participate in cooking and serving breakfast and providing sack lunches to those in need. The congregation serves one Sunday every quarter, meeting at the church at 5:15 a.m.
Meals Ministry provides and delivers meals to individuals/families that are experiencing a crisis or illness in their life. They serve on as as-needed basis.
Men’s Group encourages the men of St. Cuthbert in their walk with Christ and promotes their spiritual growth through fellowship and study to enable their active participation in the mission of the church. They meet every Saturday at 8:00 a.m.
Mothers of Young Children (MYC) is designed to minister to families of young children both within the congregation and the community. MYC meets every Monday at 9:10 a.m. Childcare is provided at no charge.
Music Ministry provides the vocal, instrumental and technical foundation for the worship service music. The Music Ministry encompasses the choir, band and sound techs. The choir rehearses every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The band rehearses Wednesdays at 9:15 p.m. The sound techs serve on a rotating basis.
Prayer Blanket Ministry provides blankets for patients at Willowbrook Methodist Hospital, as well as to the sick in the congregation. These blankets help spread the good news that God loves everyone.
Prayer Chain sends prayer requests through e-mail to members of its group. Members of the chain intercede in prayer as requested.
Prayer Team provides prayers during communion for those desiring prayer. The team listens prayerfully and prays in faith and confidence for Christ’s healing, power, presence and love. Members serve on a rotating basis.
St. C Seniors provides a combination of service and fellowship activities for the senior citizens of the church. The Seniors meet every Thursday at 1:00 p.m. for Bible Study and have a monthly luncheon every third Thursday.
Sunday School allows adults and children to develop a closer relationship with God through Bible Study, and helps understand, reinforce and apply Christian principles in daily life. Sunday School meets every Sunday at 9:10 a.m.
Ushers greet and welcome the congregation to the worship space, assist with seating, worship bulletins, the offering and communion. They tidy the pews after each service. Members serve on a rotating basis.
Vacation Bible School (VBS) is an annual event held every summer and is designed to connect kids to God through Bible study, crafts, music and games.
Visitor’s Bread Ministry provides a fresh loaf of bread to visitors at each Sunday’s worship services. Members serve on a rotating basis.
Youth Group also known as the Episcopal Youth Community (EYC), is rooted in Christ, grows together in community and shares His love. On Sundays, Junior High School students meet from 3:30-4:30 p.m. and High School students from 4:30-6:00 p.m. Every Wednesday, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. the students have dinner and Bible Study.