- Sacristans –This important role consists of setting up before Mass, counting the number of people in attendance, and ensuring that Mass runs smoothly. This behind-the-scenes work is what makes Mass run, and improves the experience of everyone in the congregation. To be a sacristan, contact Coordinator Ricardo Uribe or Student Director Melina Lopez.
- Altar Servers –Serving God by serving the priest at the altar is a position of utmost importance. The altar server facilitates the Mass, and serves as an example to the congregation. This vital role includes holding the book for the priest during prayers and setting up the altar in preparation for the Liturgy of the Eucharist. To be an altar server and help this beautiful ministry grow, contact Coordinator Alex Bartlett or Student Director Melina Lopez.
- Lectors - Through this ministry, students serve the community at Sunday Mass by proclaiming the Word of God for the congregation. To participate in this ministry, contact Juan Pablo and Joseph Kimble.
- Eucharistic Ministers – Students can serve the community by serving as a Special Minister of the Holy Eucharist. Those wishing to serve receive special preparation, then are recommended to the Bishop of Raleigh to be commissioned for a three year term. The commitment is to serve at scheduled Masses, in which one would already be participating. To serve as a Eucharistic Minister, contact Tina del Carpio and Mike Rogers.
- Ministry of Hospitality - Providing a welcoming atmosphere and hospitality to all who come for Sunday worship is an important way we can serve one another. Hospitality ministers provide the welcoming face that holds the doors open for all, distribute hymnals and bulletins, assist people with finding seats, gathering volunteers to bring the gifts forward during Mass, and setting up the refreshments on First Sundays. Contact John Hosey or Manuela Carugati for more information on how to make all who come to Mass feel welcome!
- Music/Choir - The music ministry consists of students who feel called to serve the Duke Catholic Community through voice and song, and everyone looking for a fantastic opportunity to spend a little extra time with one of the best social (and choral) groups on campus! By lifting up praise to Our Lord and Savior, the music ministry enhances the liturgical experience not only for the community but also for themselves. Members of the music ministry do not require prior singing or playing experience, and all who are interested are welcome. To sing or play an instrument in service to the community, contact Music Director Andrew Witchger.
- Holy Hour - For more information about Holy Hour, contact Andrew Method, or for Holy Hour music contact Music Director Andrew Witchger.