VOLUNTEER at St. Aedan's
Family Faith Formation, our parish catechism program for children, welcomes Religion Teachers and teaching assistants.
Classes are held on Sunday mornings during the academic year. For more information, contact the parish office.
All parishioners are welcome to volunteer for these programs of the Campus Ministry Office of Saint Peter's University.
Saint Peter’s Food Pantry and Clothes Closet. From 1:30 to 4 PM on the first and third Saturday of each month, and 1 to 3 PM on the last Sunday of each month, volunteers distribute food, clothes, and toiletries to those in need from the Saint Peter’s Food Pantry and Clothes Closet at 39 Tuers Ave.
Campus Kitchen. This program repackages unused food and turns it into healthy meals to be delivered to people struggling with hunger. Volunteers are needed to repackage food, pick up donations, and deliver meals, Monday through Friday from 2:30 to 5:30 PM at 39 Tuers Avenue.
Monthly Dinner for Saint Lucy's Shelter. Once a month, volunteers prepare dinner for the residents of Saint Lucy's Homeless Shelter. Volunteers are needed to help prepare the meal from 1 to 3 PM on the last Saturday of each month, and deliver the meal at 1:30 PM the following day.
To volunteer for any of these programs, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Singers and instrumentalists are invited to be Music Minsters at Sunday Masses.
No prior experience or musical training is required -- just the ability to carry a tune or play an instrument, a commitment to attend rehearsal, and a passion for serving through music . Choose from any of these opportunities.
9 AM English Mass: St. Aedan's Schola. This is an adult volunteer choir with a more traditional style and repertoire. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings, and at 8:20 AM on Sundays. For more information, contact Joseph Hill.
11 AM Spanish Mass: Coro Unidos En Cristo Jesus - St. Aedan's. For more information, contact Dennis Lansang.
1 PM English Mass: Individual volunteers. Rehearsals are at 12:20 PM on Sundays; style and repertoire are more contemporary. For more information, contact Paulo Tirol.
We welcome those interested in helping out as Liturgical Ministers during Masses throughout the week, in any of these roles.
Eucharistic Ministers help distribute the body and blood of Christ.
Lectors read scripture and prayers.
Altar Servers assist the priests during the Mass. We welcome children up to young adults of college age, who have had First Communion.
Ministers of Hospitality help welcome churchgoers, distribute weekly bulletins, and assist in taking the collection.
Some training is required. For more information, contact the parish office.