Helping With Worship - 11.15 Wine Rota

After the 11.15am Sunday Mass wine and soft drinks are served at the back of the church. People are asked to make a donation for the drinks (currently £1.50 for a glass of wine and 10p for soft drinks) and the money raised is used to buy the drinks.

Volunteers on the wine rota are responsible for setting out the table and glasses, serving the drinks and washing up afterwards. The wine and soft drinks are usually delivered and removed by the cellarer of the Mass. It is usual to have two volunteers (often related!) on duty each Sunday and occasionally volunteers have brought along light snacks (at their own expense) but this is not expected.

The work is not onerous and there is the opportunity to meet all those who stay behind for pre-lunch drinks in an extremely cordial atmosphere. The frequency of the duties depends on the number of volunteers.

If you would be interested in helping out on the wine rota then we would love to hear from you.  Please speak to either Kim or Fergus McCloghry.

11.15 Wine Rota and Other Ways of Helping With Worship

Bell Ringers

Serving Team

Liturgical Ministries

Worship is central to the life of the church and there are many ways in which you can get involved and help either before, during or after the service.

 

Sidesmen

9.15 Coffee Rota

11.15 Wine Rota