Liturgical Minister Training Spring 2022

Apr 17, 2022 | Ministries

The Diocese of Rockville Center will offer training for those who wish to serve as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and Lectors.

Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion: Part A – This training is required for all those who are beginning as Ministers. This “BASIC” training is required for all Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. Those who wish to minister in hospitals, nursing homes and to the homebound are required to attend Part B training in addition to BASIC training. One must attend Part A training prior to Part B training. Lector training is available for both new and experienced lectors.

Dates and Location for Liturgical Minister Training 

Tuesday, Apri1 26 – St. Elizabeth / Melville – Msgr. Kane Hall; 7 pm – 10 pm. 
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, Part A AND Lectors

Wednesday, April 27 – St. Christopher/ Baldwin – McGoldrick Hall; 7 pm – 10 pm. 
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, Part A AND Lectors

Saturday, April 30 – St. Paul the Apostle/ Brookville – Lower Hall; 9 am – noon.
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, Part A ONLY

Saturday, May 14 – Christ the King/ Commack – Pastoral Center Gym; 9 am – noon.
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, Part A AND Lectors

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Part B

Presented in conjunction with Catholic Health:

Saturday, May 14 – St. Paul the Apostle/ Brookville – Lower Hall; 9 am – noon 

Tuesday, May 17 – St. Elizabeth/ Melville – Msgr. Kane Hall; 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm 

Saturday, June 11 – Christ the King/ Cammack – Sienna Room; 9 am – 12 noon

A letter from your pastor will be required to complete your registration and must be receivedat least five days prior to the session you wish to attend. To request registration for any ofthese sessions, please contact your rectory. Thank you for your interest!

For questions, please call Suzanne Lynn at 516-744-6850 or email worship@drvc.org

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