We need you!

If you are interested in any of these volunteer positions, call the parish office at 612-529-7779

Pastoral Care Ministries

  •             Communion visits to those who are homebound or in the hospital
  •             Prayer Line
  •             Prayer Shawl Ministry
  •             Funeral Hospitality & Luncheons
  •             Phone Ministry
  •             Card Ministry

Social Justice

  •             Literacy Ministry – currently being organized
  •             Prison Ministry – currently being organized
  •             Come Together –  visit website and FB page: @ComeTogetherTC
  •             Neighborhood Ice Cream Social

Heart of the Northside Parish Picnic

St. Bridget’s Tea


  • Coffee & Rolls after Sunday Mass, 2x/month
  • Monthly Welcome for New Members – coming soon
  • Pancake Breakfast

Sacristans - Weekly Mass

No experience is necessary we will provide training.

Eucharistic Adoration 

Several people are needed to spend a quiet hour in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament during Eucharistic Adoration, which goes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each Friday for the months of September through May.

Altar Servers

We are always looking for Altar Servers!  Children who have received their First Holy Communion may assist at the celebration of Mass. Potential altar servers should be familiar with the ritual of the liturgy and comfortable being up in front of people. They will need to arrive 20 minutes before Mass, help the priest during Mass and participate in the Procession and Recession. They will be scheduled 1-2 times per month or as needed. There is an initial training and seasonal training as needed.

Bereavement Ministers

Learn the skills to walk with people through their grief. No experience is necessary we will provide training and support.

Music Ministry

Contact Christina Maas for additional information on any music ministry.

Choir - Are you interested in singing in the choir? You need to be able to work in a group, take direction and have fun with music. Patience and a willingness to try new kinds of music are important. Of course, you need to sing, but you don't need a lot of music background. We will work with you at practice. Usually practices are weekly, but there may be more in the weeks leading up to holy days and fewer in between. The choir takes most of the summer off, only practicing for special events or holy days.

Musicians - Instrumental musicians aid in praise and lead the congregation in prayer and worship. This includes learning new styles and songs to inspire everyone to take part in the celebration.

Cantors - Cantors sing at weekend Masses, selected holidays and High Masses. Cantors need to spend individual time in preparation. Many are also members of the choir and may use some of that practice time to prepare for the weekend's Masses. You do not have to join the choir to be a cantor.

Faith Instructors and Aides  

Help young people strengthen their faith as an instructor or classroom aide, or help with Family Faith Nights and special retreats.


Support and guide confirmation students or adults entering the Catholic faith.

Vacation Bible School

Take a week to work with eager kids during this summer program.