Worship God

Music Ministry

The music at St. Margaret's uses both traditional hymns and contemporary worship songs to create a vibrant Mass experience. Recently, we have also started our Wednesday Worship Services which focus on themes like Justice, Patience and Rejoicing!

There are many ways to get involved with the music ministry at St. Margaret's:

  • Cantors lead the congregational singing during liturgies. Musical background is necessary, along with leadership and singing ability.

  • Instrumentalists play with the music director, adding to the musical experience of the Mass. All instruments will be considered, but the overall musical ensemble will need to be considered. 

  • There are two choirs at St. Margaret’s that parishioners can participate in.

    • Adult Choir - This group focuses on singing in harmony and their overall musicality. This group sings at one weekend of Masses a month as well as special occasions like Christmas and Easter.

    • Children’s Choir - This group focuses on singing pieces together while learning basic music terminology and how to sing in a group. This group is open to all children in Kindergarten and up.

    • NOTE: Choirs are suspended due to COVID-19.

Liturgical Ministry

The celebration of Mass is the heart of what we do here at St. Margaret's, but we can't celebrate Mass without Liturgical Ministers who fulfill vital roles in the celebration. There are opportunities for people of all ages.

Click the links below to read more!

Descriptions of Liturgical Ministries

Volunteer as a Liturgical Minister

Liturgical Minister Schedule

Parish Prayer Chain

This ministry is all about praying for people when they need it most. When a request is received, the email chain is activated, and in a short time dozens of caring people are praying for that individual or family.​

To join the prayer chain or submit a prayer request,

email Prayer Chain Coordinator Gayle Doherty at stmos.prayer.chain@gmail.com

"Let everything that has breath

give praise to the LORD!

Hallelujah!"

Psalms 150:6

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