THE VOLUNTEER’S CODE OF CONDUCT STATES THAT ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND A SAFE HAVEN CLASS PRIOR TO ACTIVE INVOLVEMENT WITH ANY MINISTRY OR ORGANIZATION AT THE CHURCH. If you are new to a ministry or organization or are considering joining. (If you are currently active in a ministry or organization and do not remember attending training, please contact the church office.) Learn more on our Safe Haven Page
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton has a number of ministries that serve our family parishioners and those in need outside of the parish. We encourage all parishioners to prayerfully select a ministry in which to participate.
Dwayne Grassie 963-7034 email: email@example.com Eucharistic adoration is held on the first Friday each month beginning after the 12:10 pm Mass until Benedicton at 6:00 pm. We must have three people committed for every hour. Please call Dwayne Grassie if you are able to participate in this devotion. All parishioners are welcome to first Friday adoration at any time and for any length of time, though it is recommended that an hour of quiet prayer, meditation and devotion be spent with The Eucharist. For as Jesus said: “So you could not keep watch with me for one hour? Watch and pray that you may not undergo the test. The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.” – Matthew 26:40-41
Bill Hudson 238-8456 Various programs are presented throughout the year.
Corporals used at Mass need to be washed and pressed. – Please contact the Church office.
Sean Byrne 458-8342 For boys and girls who have made their First Communion and wish to assist at Mass.
Laurie Wessing–989-619-4346, firstname.lastname@example.org A luncheon meal is provided for the family and friends after the funeral service. There are no meetings to attend, just an occasional phone call. We will ask you to prepare a dish for the luncheon. You may also be asked to help serve the meal.
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Anne Witkowski 963-0651 Participants need to fill out an application and submit it to Father for approval. Parishioner must be an active member of the parish for at least a year. Schedules to serve at Mass on Sunday and Holy Days of Obligation are emailed monthly. As an EM, you could also request to take Communion to the sick and shut-ins. These visits would be done as needed.
Grounds & Building
Maintenance and construction – Open
Beth Moss, 907-2691. This committee hosts one newcomer gathering each year and coordinates the annual church picnic. Calls new parishioners welcome them to the parish and invite them to any upcoming events.
This is organized by the Hospitality Committee and takes place in August.
Richard Mayernik 787-4973 Training classes available for anyone interested in becoming a reader. Readers serve at Sunday Masses, Holy Day Masses and Special Liturgies.
Library–Laurie Wessing–989-619-4346, “Assist in keeping SEAS library organized”
Rich Mayernik 787-4973
Nancy Coletti 905-4053 We meet weekly on Tuesday afternoon for Bingo and fellowship. We take an occasional outing to a restaurant.
Jane Tyler 421-2651 Serves by educating the parish about “Time, Talent and Treasure”.
Larry Baker 864-458-9822 Welcome visitors and parishioners to our parish at Masses. Schedules are emailed monthly.
Anne Witkowski 963-0651 Wedding Director required to assist the wedding party.
Women’s Bible Study
Stephanie Koshis 234-7526 Meets weekly, one morning group and one evening gro
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