Men, who assist the celebrant at the altar, take Communion to the homebound and nursing homes. Training required.
As stewards of the many graces God has given to each of us through our baptism, we are all called to serve God and our neighbors. There are many opportunities at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton to respond to that baptismal call whether in the liturgy, teaching, service, or prayer. Please consider making an offering of time to become involved in living out our Christian mission!
Creating a safe environment for children and young people is a diocesan priority. We are dedicated to ensuring a culture of safe and respectful conduct in ALL ministries and enhancing and protecting the dignity and trust of all God’s people. View classes and sign up for a adult safe environment awareness sessions (Protecting God’s Children For Adults).
Teams of volunteers who pray before the Blessed Sacrament at scheduled Adoration times on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The commitment is a one-hour time slot once a week.
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No matter how big or small your contribution, our parish just isn’t the same without you! The best part is, when we serve together, we not only form friendships with one another, but we also deepen our relationship with God Himself. Now that’s stewardship!
Weekly care and washing of altar and communion linens. Divide by Masses to share the wash load. Training required.
Parish and School young boys from 10 years of age through high school who reverently assist the celebrant and deacon at the altar during Masses, funerals, weddings, school and other liturgies. Training required.