RCIA Inquiry Sessions
Inquiry sessions to begin the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults will be August 16, 23, & 30, from 7-8 pm in the Bishop Gilmore Room. For further information, contact Candi Spacil in the Parish Office at (316) 721-1686.
American Heritage Girls
Are you looking for an organization that helps instill in your daughter the values of faith and service to others? American Heritage Girls (AHG) is a Christ-centered ministry for girls age 5-18. Girls in AHG are encouraged to become servant leaders by participating in service projects for the church and community, earning badges that emphasize life skills, and taking part in team building, leadership opportunities, and outdoor activities. More emphasis will be placed on outdoor activities this year, with our National Program Theme of "Get Out There."
Our first meeting of the school year will be Sunday, August 19, at 6 pm in the Maria Goretti Room at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Come join the fun!
August Parish Potluck Cancelled
The Parish Potluck scheduled for August 25, 2018 has been cancelled. We are gearing up for our Parish Picnic, so mark your calendars for September 16, 2018!
Visit our Welcoming Table August 25/26
If you are a newly registered parishioner or planning to register, welcome to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton! Please stop by the Welcoming Committee Table, set up after all Masses August 25-26. The Welcoming Committee will be available to answer questions, and Welcome packets will be available for pickup. Registration forms may be completed and turned in at the table or submitted to the parish office during regular hours, 8:30 am - 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
Welcoming Brunch September 9
The next Welcoming Brunch will be held Sunday, September 9, at 10 am in Mother Seton Hall. The brunch is open to all new parishioners who have registered in the last year and not yet attended a brunch, or those considering joining our parish. Invitations will also be mailed. Please contact the parish office with any questions.
In Defense of Christians
Do you know what has happened to orthodox Christians and Catholics in the Middle East since the Arab Spring? Find out on September 18 at 7 pm. A speaker from In Defense of Christians will provide information on the issues Christians face in the Middle East. In Defense of Christians is a non-profit, non-partisan human rights and advocacy organization. Visit www.indefenseofchristians.org to learn more.