Explore and exercise your calling or curiosity through these ministries at Saint Boniface! Check out the list of groups and ministries below.  For personal contact information, consult your parish directory.
Youth (Grades 6-12) and adults are welcome to serve as acolytes, assisting the clergy at parish services.
Volunteers and professional musicians work together in our excellent Parish Choir. They rehearse Wednesday evenings at 7:15, and sing at the 9:00 am services from Advent through Easter; and at the 10:00 service Easter until Advent. There are also several special services and concerts throughout the year. Contact Mary Mozelle at 349-5616 x 326 or email
The Altar Guild teams prepare the altar, linens, candles and communion vessels for the hundreds of services we hold throughout the year. Their tireless work creates a pleasing and fitting worship space for us all.   Contact Joanne Heiland.
Saint Boniface has a five-octave set of Schulmerich hand bells which our Bell Choir rings at Sunday services and special services. Rehearsals are on Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m. Contact Mary Mozelle at 349-5616 x326 or email.
If you enjoy making new friends, this hospitality ministry is for you. Greeters work in rotation, one Sunday a month, by the door of the church before and after the services. They greet and welcome visitors, newcomers and fellow parishioners at Saint Boniface, and help them feel comfortable while worshiping with us. They invite people to Coffee Hour or other parish activities. For more information contact Betsie Danner, (941)349-5616 x318.
Labyrinth Ministries members work to inform parishioners about the history and the benefits of the labyrinth. The Saint Boniface Labyrinth is based on the famous one found at Chartres Cathedral in France, with deep Christian symbolism. Labyrinths are used worldwide as a spiritual walk for serenity, insight and celebration. The members of the Labyrinth Ministries invite you to use our labyrinth any time of the year, and to join them at their various events throughout the year. 
Lay people are trained by the clergy to serve as Lay Readers and Chalice Bearers as part of the worship team at parish services, reading the lessons and intercessions, assisting in worship, and administering the chalice at Communion. 
Lay Eucharistic Visitors carry the sacrament to homes and hospitals after the services on Sunday.  Training and supervision of these volunteers is done by the clergy.  LEV visits ensure that "We who are many are one body becauses we all share one bread, one cup."  Contact Andi Taylor at 349-5616 x 313, or email.
Our Ushers help parishioners and visitors feel welcome by greeting, distributing worship leaflets, assisting people to their seats, and collecting the offering. They serve in teams for a month at a time for Sunday and special services. Training and orientation is provided. Contact Doug Francis for information.
Our Vergers assist the clergy by leading processions and participants to their appointed locations during the service, and generally assisting with worship. One verger serves each Sunday in rotation. 





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