Music and Choir
If you have a voice that blends well with others and can read music a tiny bit, the choir is very interested in you! Please contact our organist, Josh Bullock or any choir member for information.
Rehearsals are Sunday mornings at 9:15 a.m.
The mission of the Altar Guild is to support healthy liturgy through the preparation and maintenance of vessels, furnishings and linens.
Altar Guild Members
- Florence Cuneo, chair
- Marian Freeman
- Thanuel Freeman
- Pat Kemp
- Dottie Thornton
- Will Thornton
- Peg Tyler
- Sharon Wilkins
- Eleanor Youngblood
- Bryan Cuneo
- Jackie White
- Reid Wilkins
The Altar Guild is always seeking additional members. It is a unique service that is necessary and quite rewarding. If anyone is interested, please see any of the members above or Father Hugh for information.
Our acolytes perform a variety of duties, including carrying the cross in procession (crucifer), carrying the torches (torch bearers) and carrying the flags (flag bearers). They also assist the celebrant in preparing the Altar for the Eucharist (server).
All youth are encouraged to serve as acolytes. The acolytes are trained by the Acolyte Masters.
We are looking for acolytes of any age who would be willing to serve on those occasions when our regular (and faithful) acolytes are not available. Please contact Keli (@stmichaelsanniston.org) if you would interested in being trained to serve in this capacity.
Lay Eucharistic Ministers
Lay Eucharistic Ministers are confirmed members who administer the chalice during Sunday services. Training is required, as well as a license from the Bishop’s office. Our current LEMs are Kim Buckalew, Lenn Costner, Jr., Florence Cuneo, Bob Pratt, Jim Stirling, and Ellis Telford. Please contact Kathy at email@example.com for more information.
Lay Readers particpate in the service by reading the lectionary selections and the Prayers of the People. If you are interested in participating, please contact the church office: (256) 237-4011 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We could always use more volunteers!