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LEMLow End Mac
LEMLuis Eduardo Magalhaes (Brazilian city)
LEMLunar Excursion Module
LEMLink Error Monitor
LEMLine Extender Module
LEMLocal Emergency Management
LEMLicomp Empik Multimedia (Poland)
LEMLocation Efficient Mortgage
LEMLearnable Evolution Model (artificial intelligence)
LEMLaw Enforcement Memorial (license plates; various locations)
LEMLabor, Equipment, Materials (various companies)
LEMLarge Emerging Market
LEMLay Eucharistic Minister
LEMLife Extension Magazine (Life Extension Foundation)
LEMLanguage Extension Module
LEMLaw Enforcement Manual
LEMLogistics Element Manager
LEMLinear Electric Motor
LEMLosing E-Mail
LEMLaw of Excluded Middle
LEMLyophilized Extract of Medlar
LEMLicenciado En Mercadotecnia (Mexico)
LEMLateral Eye Movement (neuro-linguistic programming)
LEMLocal Effect Model
LEMLower Equipment Module (US NASA)
LEMLive from Earth and Mars (educational project; also seen as LFEM)
LEMLaboratory for Energy and Materials (cycles)
LEMLiving Eck Master (cult)
LEMLaunch Escape Monitor
LEMLight Equipment Maintenance
LEMLocal Equipment Manager
LEMLouisville Energy Marketing
LEMLight Emission Microscopy / Microscope
LEMLocal Event Manager
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She sang in the choir, enjoyed Bible Study and served as a volunteer in many different capacities, including the Memorial and Gifts Committee and as a Lay Eucharistic Minister. In her youth and early adulthood she was an active member of All Saints Episcopal Church in Worcester, MA.
Throughout her adult life she has served as elder and vestry member, church school teacher, Lay Eucharistic Minister and numerous other church leadership roles.
"What I've seen time and again is that people who become lectors or lay Eucharistic ministers begin to deepen their faith and start asking questions about how to apply it in the world."
Brief thoughtful meditations for altar guild members, choir members, church school teachers, church staff, lay readers, lay eucharistic ministers, vestry members, church volunteers, and new members.
In one instance, its rules say that laypeople may not approach the altar before the priest has received Communion, although doing so is common practice for lay eucharistic ministers in many American parishes.