Sunday School Classes - Acolytes - Altar Guild - Brotherhood of St. Andrew - Community Garden - Episcopal Church Women - Flower Guild - Food Pantry - Hospitality - Ladies Night Out - Lay Ministries - Prayer Garden - Prayer Team
This is for any person over the age of nine. The responsibilities include (but are not limited to) lighting and extinguishing the candles, carrying the cross and Gospel books, helping with the offerings, and assisting the Priest with Holy Communion.
Contact: Carol Howell - email@example.com
The Brotherhood is a missionary and evangelism ministry of the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion and is the oldest evangelistic ministry of the Episcopal Church. Our goal is to bring men and boys to Jesus Christ.
The Brotherhood was incorporated by an Act of the U. S. Congress signed May 30, 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt. That Act states, “the sole object of said corporation shall be the spread of Christ’s Kingdom among men.”
At St. Margaret’s we meet monthly and provide not only a place of fellowship and camaraderie, but serve the church throughout the year in various service projects including grounds and building maintenance, cooking for outdoor activities and hosting the annual Pancake Supper.
Contact: Max Trevillian - firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the following link for the National Brotherhood of St. Andrew website.
All Episcopal women are automatically members of the ECW. We are the women who participate in the church and are active in our community. Some of us are members of Altar Guild, United Thank Offering, Daughters of the King, Vestry, and Prayer Team. Members of ECW also volunteer for Pumpkin Patch, Fiesta Carnival, the Easter egg hunt, Haven for Hope, and have helped with our fundraising cookbooks, or any of the other numerous activities and ministries that are connected to the church. We support each other, our church, and our families. We all share a love of God and celebrate the gifts he has granted us, by serving the Church, and serving each other.
Meetings: 3rd Saturday of the month @ 2:00 PM
Contact: Anna Brown - email@example.com
About Our Logo:
The Cross represents Christ and our service to Him in the world. The Circle stands for our hope for wholeness in our lives. The out flowing lines from the center depict the many works of the Episcopal Church Women, going out into the world. The intertwined lines represent our lives centered in Christ.
CLICK HERE to download our ECW brochure.
Click the following link for the Diocese of West Texas ECW webpage.
Click the following link for the National ECW website.
On Saturdays the volunteers pick up the flower arrangements from the florist and bring them to the church. They also make sure there are flowers for special occasions.
Contact: Kay Pendley - firstname.lastname@example.org
These ministries include Lay Eucharistic Ministers who help the priest prepare for Eucharist and distribute the wine, Lectors who read Holy Scripture, Ushers who collect the offering and bring the elements for communion, as well as Greeters and Prayers of the People ministers.
Contact for Eucharistic Minister:
Barbara Baugh - email@example.com
Contact for Greeters:
Max Trevillian - firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact for Lector:
Mike Vordam - email@example.com
Contact for Prayers of the People:
Jo McCartney - firstname.lastname@example.org