Frequently asked Questions:
What is a Minister of Hospitality?
A Minister of Hospitality is a person who has answered the call from God to welcome, at the doors of the Church, all those who enter.
Who can be a Minister of Hospitality?
- Male or Female over the age of 18;
- Worships on a regular basis.
What do Ministers of Hospitality do?
Ushers and Greeters are called to be Ministers of Hospitality. They are charged with the responsibility of promoting a sense of welcome and belonging to all those who enter the Church. At most times, you will be the first people they see when they come to worship here at St. Kevin. Because of this, you have a special part in the liturgy.
If I become a Minister of Hospitality will I be trained?
Absolutely. The Diocese of Brooklyn hosts, throughout the year, liturgical ministry days, that you would have to attend. It is a one day instructional class. Once you complete the class you will be given a certificate of which you then submit to your pastor.
How can I become a Minister of Hospitality?
If you are over the age of 18, please contact the rectory to schedule an appointment with a priest.