The Acolytes are men and boys who are trained to serve before the Lord in His sanctuary, assisting the clergy in their ministrations, assisting the congregation in its worship, and adding dignity and majesty to Divine Service.
The Altar Guild is the group of ladies that prepares the sanctuary for each service and cleans up afterward, thus ensuring that the spiritual work of the parish can run smoothly. For more information, contact Altar Guild Director Lina El Bawab.
The Choir sings hymns, antiphons, anthems, and other music, before the Altar of God, both to praise Him and to lead and enrich the worship of the congregation. The Choir is open to both men and women of high school age and up, and prior musical knowledge is not required. For more information, contact Choir Director Julie Shatley.
The Flower Guild provides pleasing flower arrangements for the regular beautification of the Altar, and coordinates the decoration of the church for Holy Days and special occasions. For more information, contact Flower Guild Directress Jeanie Wilkinson.
Respect Life Ministry
The Respect Life Ministry at Incarnation Catholic Church promotes, within the parish community, the sanctity of all human life, from conception to natural death, through a variety of service programs, prayer, and education. The group meets every third Sunday of the month, immediately following the 10:15 AM Mass. For more information, please contact Sandra Rosas at 407.509.6637.
St. Monica's Guild
The women of the parish look to St. Monica as their model: changing the world through persistence in prayer. St. Monica's Guild meets for study and fellowship, and supports Incarnation Catholic Church through fundraising and community events. For more information, contact St. Monica's President, Shelly Koehler.
The Ushers are men who assist at Divine Service by minding the doors, escorting the infirm, and other important duties outside the sanctuary. For more information, contact Joe Koehler.
"Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it." (Proverbs 22:6) Youth are the next generation of disciples of Christ. Through Sunday School and other activities involving education, prayer, service, and fellowship, the youth of middle school through college age are training to take the baton of the Faith from their elders and run a good race. For more information, contact Youth Director John Larsen.