The Lay Eucharistic Ministry at Memorial is a very rewarding experience, with people contributing whenever called upon. The job of a Lay Eucharistic Minister is to administer the bread and wine to people who cannot make it to church. These Ministers reach out to people who would like to share in the holy sacraments. For some people, this can be one of the most moving experiences of their lives. This can also be a very humbling experience for the Ministers because they often visit people who are very sick and very fragile. Memorial’s Lay Eucharistic Ministry is active and growing, and we welcome the opportunity to bring the sacraments to anyone who requests them. Speak to one of the clergy if you would be interested in this opportunity.