The Second Vatican Council expressed the importance of having a good number of ministers, in addition to the priest, for the full celebration of the liturgy. The inclusion of children in the liturgical service is important since the body of Christ is not formed solely by adults. Children are not only the future of the church, they are our present as well. The liturgies of inclusive communities are reflected by the diversity of participation. Diversity includes not only gender, but culture, generation, age. That is why our Sunday Mass at 9 a.m. includes boys and girls serving at the altar. Children who have received First Communion can take part in the liturgy as altar servers. Gerry Moss is the coach and coordinator of altar servers.