Altar Servers

Altar servers assist the priest and the deacon at Mass. Servers carry the cross and candles during the procession, hold the Sacramentary for the prayers, assist with setting and removing sacred vessels on and from the altar, and serve as role models for the congregation to follow during mass.

At St. Pius X, boys and girls from our parish (both from Jordan Catholic School and from CCD) are trained to serve after completion of 4th grade. We encourage high school students to continue to serve until high school graduation.

Contact the Rectory for more information.

Altar Servers for Funeral Masses: Adult altar servers are needed for funeral masses. Please contact the rectory if interested in serving. 


Altar Server Schedule for October

Altar Server Schedule October


 Altar Server Schedule for November

 

NOVEMBER 2 - 3

4:00 PM    

Joey Magee, Adam Bell, Anthony Nowak, Tyler Wilden

8:00 AM    

Anthony Granato, Salvador Abarca, Bruce Mills, Need Sub

10:30 AM  

Dana Egan, Christen Egan, Jennifer Eckert, Sasha Cornillaud

6:00 PM    

Cameron Britton, Noah Britton, Lindsey Britton

 

NOVEMBER 9 -10

4:00 PM

Lauren Trefry, Amelia Baker Brooke Vaughn, Naomi King

8:00 AM

Samuel Ziegler, Justin Morel, Ethan Georlett, Andrew Amacher

10:30 AM

Yesenia Seiber-Casco, Landyn McMeekan, Tony Garcia, Emily Gonzalez

6:00 PM

Cameron Britton, Noah Britton, Lindsey Britton

 

NOVEMBER 16- 17

4:00 PM

Joey Magee, Adam Bell, Anthony Novak, Zack Draper

8:00 AM

Anthony Granato, Salvador Abarca, Bruce Mills, Andrew Amacher

10:30 AM

Dana Egan, Gracelynn Veys, Julia Ellis, Gretchen Ellis

6:00 PM

Cameron Britton, Noah Britton, Lindsey Britton

 

NOVEMBER 23 - 24

4:00 PM

Laurne Trefry, Amelia Baker, Brooke Vaughn, Naomi King

8:00 AM

Samuel Zeigler, Justin Morel, Ethan Georlett, Need Sub

10:30 AM

Sasha Cornillaud, Landyn McMeekan, Tony Garcia, Jennifer Eckert

6:00 PM

Cameron Britton, Noah Britton, Lindsey Britton


"The altar server occupies a privileged place in the liturgical celebration. He who serves at Mass, presents himself to a community. He experiences firsthand that Jesus Christ is present and active in every liturgical act. Jesus is present when the community comes together to pray and render praise to God. Jesus is present in the Word of sacred Scripture. Jesus is present above all in the Eucharist under the signs of bread and wine. He acts through the priest who, in the person of Christ, celebrates the holy Mass and administers the sacraments."  St. Pope John Paul II