Eucharist Ministers serve at the altar, assisting clergy with distributing wine during Communion, reading the day’s scripture when necessary (in the absence of a Lector), and sometimes leading the Prayers of the People.

Eucharist Visitors take Communion following the service to the homebound or those in hospital as prearranged. They lead prayers with others, distribute bread and wine, and are the face or connection of St. Andrew’s on any given Sunday to parishioners. As said in the parting words from clergy to the Eucharist Visitor, “we send you with our prayers as we do share one body and one cup.”