Do you have a special interest or talent, or just some free time?  In what ways do you hope to grow in your faith and give back to your community?  At Saint Leonard Parish, we encourage all of our members to contribute to our Christ-centered mission of service, prayer, worship, and welcome through active involvement in our many parish ministries.  Sign up today!

Have questions about one (or more!) of these ministries, or ready to get involved?  Contact our parish office at 502-897-2595 or via email, and we’ll be happy to help you get connected.

(Updated 02/2021)


Worship Committee (000)

Ensures that liturgies are reverent, prayerful, beautiful, and foster active participation from the assembly; responsible for nurturing the spiritual life and growth of the parish community

Sacristan (009)

Responsible for setting up before and cleaning up after Masses; participates in the daily and weekly maintenance of the sacristy, liturgical vessels, and sanctuary

Altar Server (001)

Assists the priest throughout the celebration of the Mass and models active participation for the assembly; open to boys and girls from 5th grade through adulthood

Lector (007)

Proclaims the Word of God at Masses and other liturgies; must be an articulate public speaker who has a reverence for Scripture and is committed to practice and ongoing formation

Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion (004)

Lay ministers who assist the clergy with the distribution of the Body and Blood of Christ to the faithful during Mass; must have a deep reverence for the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, attend archdiocesan training sessions, and be committed to ongoing formation

EMHCs for the Homebound (010)

Lay ministers who bring Communion to homebound parishioners and residents of nearby medical and long-term care facilities; must first be trained and commissioned as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion at Masses

Hospitality Minister/Usher/Greeter (005)

Greets parishioners, welcomes visitors, and assists with seating and taking up the collection during Masses; should be outgoing and friendly, and be committed to arriving early to Mass

Cantor (002)

Experienced musician who leads the sung prayer of the community at weekend Masses; must have a clear and pleasant singing voice and be committed to studying the psalms and ongoing practice

Choir Member (003)

Sings at designated Masses and special liturgies throughout the year; open to men and women of high school age and older with a pleasant singing voice and a commitment to ongoing practice

Instrumentalists (006)

Experienced musicians who provide support to the assembly’s sung prayer; all instruments are welcome

Rosary Club (008)

Gathers weekly to pray the Rosary together, and occasionally provides a prayerful presence at funeral vigils

Arts and Environment Committee (500)

Responsible for church decorations on a weekly and seasonal basis, ensuring that the parish church is a beautiful and reverent space that fosters worship

Church Linens (502)

Assists in the care for and laundering of altar linens on a weekly rotation