• For more information about our ministries

    please call (210) 657-3328

    Acolytes - Altar Guild - Brotherhood of St. Andrew - Flower Guild - Greeter - Hospitality - Ladies Night Out - Lay Ministries - Prayer Garden - Prayer Team - Sunday school Classes, Ultreya, etc.

  • Acolytes

    Acolytes are any parishioner, age 4th grade and older, that assist the priest with our liturgical form of worship. They see as Flag Bearers, Crucifers, and Altar Servers. Their presence and ministry are key to our worship. Training is provided.
    Contact:  Father Eric Holloway -

  • Adult christian education

    Sunday school for grown ups! Classes are on various subjects offered throughout the year at 9:30AM (right after the 8:00AM service). It is a great way to interact with members from different services.

    Contact: Father Eric Holloway -


  • Altar Guild

    The Altar Guild is a team of people who are called to tend to the places where God's people worship Him. The duties include: Caring for linens, candles, wine and wafers, having a member present at every worship occasion, preparing the altar and sanctuary for every worship occasion and special event, and straightening the altar and sanitary after every worship occasion and special event.
    Contacts:  Bonnie Cole (8AM) -

                      Bonnie Meredith (10:30AM) -

  • BOok babes book club

    This is an evening book club that meets once a month on the third Wednesday at 6:30PM. We have a potluck at a different home of our members or at the church. 

    Contact: Gretchen Benne -

  • Brotherhood of St. Andrew

    The Brotherhood is a group of men who desire to connect, grow, and serve Christ together through informal meetings, food, discussions, and short devotional or teaching lessons. This group is also involved in parish and community service projects, such as church lawn maintenance and facilities. They meet the first Tuesday of the month from 6:30PM-7:30PM in the Conference room. 


  • bulletin folder

    Each and every service bulletin is lovingly folded by a member of St. Margaret's. Folders occasionally assist in other simple office related tasks as well. Folding is done in small groups on Thursday or Friday of each week in the church Conference room. Volunteers are usually asked to fold or assist one to two days a month.

    Contact: Gretchen Benne -

  • Children's chapel

    Children's Chapel is held after the children's sermon at the 10:30AM service, during the regular sermon. Like Children's Sunday school, the lessons for Children's Chapel are pre-planned and all supplies provided. Children are returned to the Sanctuary after the Peace is given.

    Contact: Alex Holloway -

  • children's Sunday school

    For Children K - 4th grade. This ministry is in need of teachers and assistants to facilitate Sunday lessons (all supplies and plans are provided for you). Enjoy the childlike faith of St. Margaret's youth as well as lend your talents to pass the faith to this generation.

    Contact: Karen Klatt -

  • crochet/Knit club

    Whether you are seasoned or a beginner, everyone is invited. Benefits: Complete any project you have started, learn how to crochet, make something for charitable work. The first items we are working on are dishcloths for palancas (gifts) for Cursillo. 

    Contact: Gloria Maynard -

  • Flower Guild

    The Flower Guild strives to glorify God with the beauty of fresh flowers and greens for Sunday and special worship experiences. For the assigned service, members of the Flower Guild pick up flowers from the Petal Palace the day prior to the service and deliver them to the church.
    Contact: Gloria Maynard -

  • greeter

    St. Margaret's Greeters warmly greet everyone as they come to services. Greeters make visitors feel welcome and encourage them to fill out a name tag and an attendance card. Greeters distribute service bulletins. It's a wonderful way to get to know your church family.

    Contact: Julianne Hart -

  • Hospitality

    The Hospitality Committee provides food and beverages after Sunday services and facilitates the 5th Sunday joint service Pot Luck Lunch. This ministry also provides hospitality services for funerals, weddings, or other special events.
    Contact:  Bonnie Cole -

  • Ladies Night Out (LNO)

    On the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00PM the ladies of St. Margaret's have a dinner meeting at various restaurants. The women come together for food, fun, and fellowship.
    Contact:  Edna Evans -

  • Lay Eucharistic Ministry (LEM)

    This is a group of men and women who are called to serve the chalice during Holy Communion. One need to be licensed. All Training is provided.
    Contact: Mike Burroughs -

  • lay eucharistic visitor

    Members who are certified bring communion to people who are homebound and unable to attend church services. Each member accepts the Communion Kit for a week and coordinates with Mike Burroughs to find out where the needs are Contact: Father Eric Holloway -

  • lay reader/lector

    This group reads appointed lessons, psalms, and prayers of the people during worship services; anyone an do this. Readings are provided in advance, if you want to practice.

    Contact: Mike Burroughs -

  • nursery/child care

    Sunday mornings, from 9:00AM - Noon, childcare is provided in the nursery for children ages 0 - 5 years old. Volunteers are needed to facilitate the care of our children. From 9:30AM - 10:15AM a preschool Sunday school program is offered; all lesson plans and supplies are provided.

    Contact: Gretchen Benne -

  • Parish Prayer Garden and Stations of the Cross

    This group of dedicated volunteers maintains our beautiful gardens and grounds. One can adopt a Station of the Cross and keep it weed free and trimmed. A plaque commemorating your efforts is placed at your station. CLICK HERE for prayer garden guidelines.
    Contacts: Gretchen Benne - 

  • praise band

    The Praise Band provides music for the glory of God. It is a group of vocalists and musicians who play guitar, drums, and keyboard for the 10:30AM contemporary service. The music is a mixture of contemporary Christian praise music and traditional hymns. Rehearsal time varies.

    Contact: Laura McWhirter -

  • Prayer Team

    Members are available during communion to pray with individuals with any concerns that they may have. Working with the Prayers of the People coordinator, this team offers up specific requested prayers to God. They meet from 9:45AM - 11:45AM in the Conference room on the 3rd Saturday of the month.
    Contact:  Mike Burroughs -

  • prayers of the people

    A group of people dedicated to praying for the specific needs of others. Information is sent via email and you may pray whenever and wherever is comfortable for you.

    Contact: Mike Burroughs -

  • sojourners

    This is a group who has experienced any significant loss. They meet in the conference room at 11:30AM on the 3rd Saturday to support each other and heal.

    Contact: Barbara Baugh -

  • ultreya

    This is a group of people who have had the Cursillo experience and wish to continue to build on it. They meet on the 1st Sunday of each month in the parish hall at 9:15AM.

    Contact: Father Eric Holloway -

  • usher

    This is a group of people that counts the number of people at the service, takes up the church offering, collect the tithes, and keeps the communion service running smoothly.

    Contact: Terry Griffey  -

  • wednesday book study group

    This group meets every Wednesday morning at 9:00AM to discuss a selected book The discussion is followed by the Wednesday Holy Eucharist and Healing Service at 10:30AM.

    Contact: Gretchen Benne -

  • Women of St. margaret's

    An opportunity for St. Margaret's women to grow in faith and fellowship while working for the betterment of both our church family and the wider community by serving those in need. The women meet in the conference room from 6:30PM - 7:30PM on the 4th Tuesday of the month where they share a meal, a devotion, a short business meeting, and a lot of support and encouragement for each other.

    Contact: Julianne Hart -

                    Edna Evans -

  • Youth Group

    The Youth Group consists of two groups: 5th - 7th graders (Gummy Smurfs) and 8th - 12th graders (CREW - Christians Ready Equipped and Willing) that meet at 9:30AM for a Bible study. Also, on occasion the Youth Groups get together after the 10:30AM service for a book discussion, lunch, and an activity. The Youth Group participates in many Outreach Programs in the community and for St. Margaret's. 

    Contact: Alex Holloway -

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