Be Involved


  • Acolyte

    Acolytes assist the priest during the worship service, take part in the Gospel procession, and distribute offering plates. Adult acolytes serve at the 8:00 service, and the 10:00 service. To serve as an acolyte one must be baptized and at least 10 years of age.

  • Altar Guild

    Altar Guild prepares the sanctuary and altar for all worship services. They maintain the vestments and altar wares.

  • Flower Guild

    The Flower Guild provides fresh floral arrangements every Sunday. The assigned members procure the flowers, assemble the arrangements, and place them at the Altar. The entire Guild works together to decorate the church during Christmas and Easter and other special occasions.

  • Choir

    The choir sings the worship music for the 10:00 service and special services. Rehearsals are every Wednesday at 6:45p.m.

  • Band

    The band plays worship music for the 10:00 service. Members rehearse every Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.

  • Sound Tech

    Sound Techs run the sound and technical equipment for each service. Members may also be asked to serve during special events.

  • Screen Techs

    Screen Techs are responsible for advancing the images on the screens during both Sunday services.

  • Stream Tech

    The Stream Team manages streaming the 10:00 service on Facebook Live

  • Online Host

    The online host are greeters for worshippers who attend the 10:00 service at St. Cuthbert on Facebook Live each Sunday

  • Prayer and Care

  • Pastoral Care

    Pastoral Care is a group of volunteer lay chaplains guided by Benedictine spirituality and prayer. This ministry serves those who are in hospitals, hospices, nursing homes, and the homebound by providing a listening, supportive presence. Members must complete a twelve-week training program.

  • Daughters of the King

    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 Sunday of each month at 12:00 noon.

  • Junior Daughters of the King

    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.

  • Lords of the Streets

    Lord of the Streets (LOTS) is an outreach organization of the Diocese of Texas that provides 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. Our congregation serves one Sunday every quarter, meeting at the church at 5:15 a.m. to carpool downtown.

  • Prayer Blanket Ministry

    Members prayerfully make lap blankets which are taken to patients at local hospitals as well as to the sick in the congregation.

  • Prayer Chain

    The Prayer Chain sends prayer requests through email to members of its group. Members of the chain confidentially intercede in prayer as requested.

  • Hospitality

  • Coffee / Tea Guild

    Ministry members prepare coffee / tea supplies,and set up refreshments before and clean up after the Sunday worship services.

  • Episcopal Church Women (ECW)

    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. All women are automatically members.

  • Fellowship Guild

    The Fellowship Guild develops and encourages a community atmosphere. They host various social functions and receptions throughout the year.

  • Greeters Ministry

    Before each service, Greeters stand at the entrance doors, welcoming everyone with a smile and a warm, heartfelt greeting. They also assist guests in finding the Welcome Desk.

  • Ushers

    Ushers greet and welcome the congregation to the worship space, assist with seating, distribute worship bulletins, take attendance, receive the offering, and assist with communion. Ushers tidy the pews after each service.

  • Welcome Bread Ministry

    The Welcome Bread Ministry members take turns baking a fresh loaf of bread that is given to our first-time guests after each Sunday’s worship service.

  • Welcome Guides

    Welcome Guides welcome the guest, provide them with a folder of information, answer any questions that may arise, encourage them to fill out a visitor card, and escort them to their destination.

  • Other Ways to Help

  • Holy Mowers

    Volunteers regularly work together to mow, trim and edge the grounds of St. Cuthbert Church.

  • Communications Team

    Communications Team coordinates the spreading of the Good News and the flow of information to parishioners and visitors.

  • International Festival

    Volunteers serve on the planning team for the International Festival, held annually the first Saturday in November. The Planning team is responsible for logistics, programming, represented country booths, publicity, activities, and more.

  • Administrative Support

    Office volunteers increase the efficiency of the church staff by providing additional telephone coverage, making copies, performing other clerical duties, and working on special projects throughout the year. Volunteers also restock the pews and prepare the front hallway and Sanctuary for Sunday morning services.

  • Prayer Garden

    Volunteers adopt a section of the prayer garden and weed, trim, and fertilize that section as needed.

  • Youth Group Support

    Supporters assist the Youth Minister with Youth Group meetings on Wednesday and Sundays. They hang out with the kids, help with Bible study, games, and other fun activities.

  • Sunday Morning Formation Teacher

    Children’s leaders serve in teams of two for a session. They lead the craft and reinforce that day’s lesson. Youth teachers facilitate discussion on a variety of topics. Teachers of adults serve for a session, and facilitate a class on either a topic, a video series, or a book of the Bible.

  • Vacation Bible School Volunteer

    Held annually in the summer, VBS volunteers help with the many aspects of Vacation Bible School through leading and assisting children through various learning stations, presenting Bible stories, directing and helping with crafts, preparing snacks, and decorations.

  • Safeguarding God's Children

    All those serving in ministries involving children and youth are required to complete the Safeguarding God’s Children training. Safeguarding God’s Children is a program for the prevention of sexual abuse of children and youth. The program provides participants information they need to protect the children they know and care for in their personal lives and in the ministries in which they serve.

  • St. C Fix It Crew

    Volunteers work to fix & repair the church property as needed

  • Christian Formation

  • Adult Sunday Morning Formation

    The Walk through the Bible Class meets every Sunday at 9:00.

  • Children's Ministry

    Volunteers work in teams to provide various biblical activities for children.

  • Men's Group

    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 morning at 8:00.

  • St. C Seniors

    The St. C Seniors provide a combination of service and fellowship activities for the senior citizens of the church. The Seniors meet every Thursday at 1:00 for Bible Study and have a monthly luncheon every third Thursday.

  • Vacation Bible School

    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.

  • Youth Group

    The Youth Group is place for junior high and high school youth to grow in their relationship with Christ and see his love in action; a place to build friendships that are rooted in Christ; encouraging, supportive, and lasting. It is a community that builds the Kingdom of God through Bible study, prayer, service, worship and fun. The Youth meet on Sundays, and Wednesday evenings.

  • Ministry of Motherhood (MOMs)

    The Ministry of Motherhood (MOMs) invites anyone who is about to be a mother, a mother of preschoolers, a mother of high school students, or anywhere in between, to be a part of the St. Cuthbert MOMs. The MOMs meet every Monday morning at 9:10 for Bible study and fellowship. Child care is provided at no charge.

  • St. C Kids

    St. C Kids: Nursery children (2-5) and grade school children (5-11) are invited to attend a special Bible lesson and craft time during the main worship service. School age children return to their parents just before the Eucharist and nursery age children return to the nursery until the conclusion of the service. During the procession, children in these age groups will be invited to follow the small cross which will lead them to the classroom next to the nursery.