Responding to Christ’s call to feed the hungry, The Lord’s Diner provides an evening meal seven days a week, 365 days a year. Our parish supports this ministry by providing volunteers to serve the guests two nights each month.  SEAS Parish commitment monthly - 4th Wednesday & 4th Sunday.

Contact Richard Strunk

The Lord's Diner Page

The Meals on Wheels ministry coordinates volunteers to help with delivery of meals to the homebound and needy.

Contact Gerry Thompson

The mission of the SEAS Peace and Social Justice Doctrine is to study Catholic Social Doctrine, found in documents such as the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of The Church, and to consider and communicate how they can be applied to issues of concern today, both in our community and in the wider world.

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Other committees in the Peace & Social Justice Ministry provide charitable works to help others.

This committee seeks to address deeper problems and factors in our world which can lead to strife of war and violence, contribute to economic and social injustices, and place greater burdens on charity to assist victims of these problems.

Are you willing to invest 2 to 4 hours a month to explore such problems, and discuss possible solutions to reduce their effects?

For more details, go to our Peace & Social Justice Page.

Contact Dick Nott

Peace & Social Justice Page

The mission of the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Respect Life committee is to be a force in opposition to the evil in our society which attacks the sanctity of human life in many ways, especially through abortion, artificial contraception, euthanasia and capital punishment. We will work against this evil by promoting traditional family values in our parish and community, in three ways: through group and regular prayer, through personal sacrifices, and charitable works, which will be the offspring of our prayers and sacrifices. This committee will always work in harmony with, and in obedience to, the Holy Catholic Church as we strive to serve our heavenly Father. All parishioners are invited to participate in projects with many different levels of involvement offered. Please contact the parish coordinator for specific information how you can become involved.

The position of Ministry Leader for this group is currently open. If you are interested in this stewardship opportunity, please call the parish office at 721-1686.


The St. Vincent De Paul Ministry is dedicated to providing an outstretched hand to those less fortunate through prayer, sacrifice and alms giving. Inspired by Gospel values, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a Catholic lay organization, leads women and men to join together to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to those who are needy and suffering in the tradition of its founder, Blessed Fredric Ozanam, and patron, Saint Vincent de Paul.

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