Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion serve the Body of Christ at Mass and to the sick and homebound.
Contact: Sr. Kathleen 203-453-2788 x201 or srkathleen@stgeorgeguilford.org

Baptism Quilt Ministry

Infants who are baptized at St. George receive a keepsake, hand-made quilt, as a sign of our parish’s joy that the child is now a member of our Catholic community. No previous experience as a quilter is necessary.
Contact: Barbara Richard. 203-457-0290 or barbrichard@snet.net

Baptismal Garment Sewing

Volunteers sew a white a cotton bib or a felt pinafore style for older children that will be used during Baptisms to show that he or she has “become a new creation” and is “clothed in Christ.”
Contact: Rosalie McGuire. 203-453-2804 or joromcg@att.net


Readers who proclaim God’s Word at Mass and other services.
Weekday Lectors contact: Barb Richard barbrichard@snet.net
Weekend Lectors contact: Francine Wainer francine.wainer@northsails.com

Altar Flower Committee

Our committee is responsible for the altar flowers for the weekend Masses. We also decorate the Church for our Easter and Christmas celebrations.
Contact: Karen Moallicurtancal@aol.com

Music Ministry

We have a number of music ministries which lend themselves to the joyful celebration of the Word of the Lord. Make some joyful noise in the Adult, Teen, Children’s or Funeral Choir.
Contact: Kevin stgeorgemusic1@gmail.com

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Knit beautiful shawls that are prayed over and blessed by a priest of the parish. Prayer shawls are distributed to those who need both comfort and prayers.
Contact: Bonnie McManamy  bonnie1mcm@gmail.com

Altar Server

Boys and girls who assist the priest at the liturgy. Altar Servers must have received their First Communion and be in at least 3rd grade.
Contact: Francine Wainer francine.wainer@northsails.com


Volunteers who welcome parishioners and guests, assist people to their seat, and take up the collection.
Contact: Vinny Ruiz 203-215-4587

Pastoral Council

The function of the Pastoral Council is to build bridges for a healthy communication between the pastor and the laity of the parish community.