The word "liturgy" comes from a Greek word meaning "work". Good liturgy requires work – it does not just happen. Liturgy at its best assists people to participate, praise, pray, worship and celebrate the Good News that the Risen Lord is indeed present.
You will find it a joy to be a part of this dynamic group. Ritual, proclamation, music, movement, singing, and environment all need to be integrated into the liturgy. While the major feasts (Christmas, Easter) require much forward planning, there are 34 weeks of ordinary time that also need the attention of this group. Special occasions such as baptisms, weddings and funerals are enhanced by the efforts of the Liturgy group, too.
CS Lewis once wrote: "Praise is a mode of love which always has some element of joy in it." This more than anything else sums up what good liturgy and a good Liturgy group can be.