When ministering to others, Liturgical Ministers are the face of Christ for the assembly. The image we project reflects not only the dignity of the ministerial role, but our own personal dignity as well. Dress should express respect and reverence for the sacred mysteries that are being celebrated. It should never draw attention. All Liturgical Ministers should wear professional (no less than business casual) and modest attire.
Dress slacks or skirts / dresses which are no more three inches above the knee. Blouses, sweaters, or tops which are not halter, tube, low-cut, or with spaghetti straps.
Dress slacks and collared shirt and / or sweater. Examples of Inappropriate Attire Include Jeans, shorts, t-shirts, flip flops, off-the-shoulder necklines, athletic clothing, clothing revealing midriff or back, or that is too revealing or tight.