“Therefore I urge you, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship.” Romans 12:1
About Our Logo
Comprising many symbols and shapes, the Logo of the Altar Servers is the culmination of our spirituality: servants of the Lord’s Will at the Altar and in the world.
Front and centre is the Santiago Cross, a symbol once used by Knights and pilgrims along the way to the Basilica of Santiago de Compostela, now famously known as the Camino Way. This Cross was a symbol of protection; the Knights protecting the pilgrims along their journey. It reminds us that we are all pilgrims on our faith journey, and that we will take care of our younger members on their own journey too.
At the intersection of the Santiago Cross is the Monstrance, a sacred vessel used to stand and display the Blessed Sacrament for public adoration. To us, the Monstrance is the heart and soul of every Server; the Body and Blood of Christ that we so closely serve at every Mass and Liturgy.
Atop the Santiago Cross is a gold and blue crown, signifying the One Lord and King whom we serve with all our life. Upon closer look at the crown, 2 letters can be made out: A and M. The blue portions highlight the letter “M” who is Mary, Our Mother and Queen, through whom we can grow closer to Our King. The 3 spires of the crown each form the letter “A”, which represent the “Angels”, the heavenly servants we seek to emulate; “Anthony”, our Parish Patron; and “Acutis” as in Bl. Carlo Acutis, to whom we look as our saintly model of faith, service and love. On top of each spire is a ball, with all 3 forming the rough shape of 3 persons; the Holy Trinity, from who all things begin and to who all things end.
We are a society of boys and young men growing and learning how we can be better servants of God together.
To be exemplary Catholic gentlemen; actively building the Kingdom of God.
A Community of Brothers who seek to serve the Lord’s Will in every moment.
Our ministerial work is assisting the priest at all Masses and Liturgies and planning the Order of Mass for Feasts and Solemnities of the Lord.
Our apostolate work is volunteering our time to maintain the Church, lending hands for Parish events, providing our individual talents and skills to the larger community of St. Anthony.
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We may be contacted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Under the spiritual direction of the Parish Priest and the mentorship of the Advisors, the Committee manages the society’s activities and duties, and takes charge in ensuring new Recruits receive the necessary training to become Altar Servers.
Our monthly General Meeting is held on the last Sunday of the month from 1:30pm – 3:30pm, unless otherwise specified. This is only for members of the society.
We open annual Recruitment Drives in the latter half of the year, applicable only to boys aged 9 and above who have received or are receiving their First Holy Communion in the year of their application. Upon recruitment, there will be a year long training programme* before one is able to serve at the Altar.
*subject to change
Support Services & Request For Support
If you require our support for Masses or Liturgies outside the celebrations of the Liturgical Year, do contact us.
Resources & Forms
None at the moment