Contact:  Parish Office, (970) 635-5800

There are many dedicated people who give of their time to ensure Sunday and weekday Masses are a holy and welcoming experience.

· Altar Servers - Assist the priest at Mass. Open to anyone 10 years old and older.

· Usher - Arrange for seating, organize the offering, and coordinate bringing forward the gifts at Mass.

· Sacristan - Works behind-the-scenes to make sure all materials and supplies are ready for the celebration of the Eucharist.

· Eucharistic Minister - Assists with the distribution of the Body and Blood of Christ.

· Lectors - Proclaim God’s Word by reading the Scriptures at Mass.

· Altar Linens - Wash, iron, and care for purificators, corporal, and other linens used in the Liturgy.

· A/V Sound and Projection - Operates the sound system and projection system during Mass.


Contact:  Lisa Foncannon, (970) 669-7986
The mission of Music Ministry at St. John the Evangelist parish is to ensure quality music at all Liturgical Services that reflects the culture of the congregation while following the Roman Catholic guidelines.

Weekend Choir Practice Times:
WHEN: Come, practice and then sing with the 4:00p.m. Choir a couple Saturdays a month at 3:00p.m. in St. Claire’s Room in the Church Basement.  Call Lisa Foncannon at (970)669-7986 for schedule.

WHEN:            Practice for the 9:00 a.m. Choir is on Sundays at 8:15am
WHERE:           St. Claire’s Room, Church Basement
CONTACT:      Lisa Foncannon at (970) 635-5888

WHEN:            Practice for the 11:00 a.m. Choir is on Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
WHERE:           St. Claire’s Room, Church Basement

WHEN: Practice for the 1:00 p.m. Mass in Spanish is led by Juan Carillo at 11:30am
WHERE: St. Claire’s Room, Church Basement

The music at the 7:00 a.m. Mass is led by Mike Phillips. Several parishioners join Mike singing God's Praises. Please feel free to come and sing with this small choir.  


Contact: Parish Office, (970) 635-5800
This group is responsible for church décor and aesthetics.  There are no regular meetings, however, certain times of the year, such as Christmas and Easter, may require a greater time commitment than other times of the year.