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Worship with Us

Worship with Us

Would you like to have the opportunity to encounter God in a real and personal way? The opportunity exists – and you’re invited! It’s called the Mass.

Participate in meaningful and moving worship at St. Irenaeus! Our Pastor and ministers bring the real presence of Jesus Christ alive each Mass in the readings and in the Eucharist. Your active participation will fill you with His grace and love, launching you into another week of service to your family, workplace, and community.

Join a worship ministry team!

Whether you are 9, 19, 49 or 90 years old – there’s a job for you! Check out the document below and give us a call if you’d like to know more or sign up to help.

Worship Ministry Opportunities —

The Rosary

The Rosary is the most well-known and used form of chaplet (a devotional prayer using beads). The purpose of the Rosary is to help keep in memory certain principal events or mysteries in the history of our salvation, and to thank and praise God for them.

Join with others before and after any Weekday Mass for a group recitation of The Rosary. Are you new to praying The Rosary? Don’t hesitate – we have instructive prayer cards AND rosaries for you to use!

Learn to pray the Rosary —

Advent & Lent

Each liturgical year the Church offers us Advent and Lent, four- and six-week seasons, to intently reflect on the birth, life, death, and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. As a community, St. Irenaeus puts forth a variety of inspiring worship, learning, and service opportunities during Advent and Lent to help each person strengthen their identity as a follower of Christ.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Join others in this most solemn devotion offered on Monday evenings from 7-8pm during Advent and Lent.

Stations of the Cross

You are welcome anytime to pray the Stations of the Cross. The Rosary after weekday Mass usually ends with the Stations. Also, as a community we gather on Friday evenings during Lent as part of our seasonal prayer.