Faith Sharing and Fellowship

  • Best Years Club

    A great opportunity for parishionrers age 60 and older to meet and enjoy each other's company. Events include potlucks, cards, ice cream social, occasional speakers, tours and helping the parish.

    The Best Years Club typically meets the last Tuesday of each month at 1:00 pm in the parish hall with meetings posted in the Church bulletin. All those over age 60 are welcome and invited to drop in!!

  • Bible Study

    Bible studies and other adult education programs play an important role in the spirituality of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton parish. Classes are offered throughout the year (typically in the fall and in the spring) to enhance personal faith development and community building. Please watch the bulletin for upcoming classes. In addition, ongoing opportunities are available for volunteers to facilitate discussion groups and instruct classes. Please contact Carole Yaney, Formation Director, if you are interested in assisting with parish adult education programs.

  • Christ Renews His Parish

    Christ Renews His Parish is an overnight retreat at the church in which men and women renew their faith through the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. These retreats are a great way to grow in faith and fellowship with other parishioners. Those who have participated in a Christ Renews His Parish weekend truly become renewed and can’t wait to have someone else reap the same rewards. Working with our pastor, the leaders of this ministry themselves gain numerous benefits and grow in their desire to share their love for Christ and his teachings.

  • Hearts A Fire Programs

    The Hearts AFire program is a set of series of retreats/studies based of the books of Fr. Michael Gaitley. Each class begins with a video presentation and then small groups meet in personal discussion of that week's readings. While Fr. Micael Gaitley suggests a specific order for participating in each study, you are welcome to join at any time for any of the group studies/retreats. To learn more about the Hearts AFire program, click here. Many parishioners have given testimony to the power of this group to help them grow in faith, fellowship, and meet fellow parishioners. 

  • Kingdom Builders

    Kingdom Builders invites all women to claim their inheritance of peace and joy. They gather together the fourth Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm.

    The Kingdom Builders mission is to build God's Kingdom within the heart of every woman. Kingdom Builders empowers women to listen to the prompting of the Holy Spirit in setting goals in our physical health, family dynamics, holy friendships, strong marriages, and more. These are all part of what St. John Paul II referred to as our feminine genius.. We want to honor God in all these areas of our life.

    Each meeting, we realize who God is through the Scripture based teaching. We receive who God is during Eucharistic Exposition. God reveals who we are through personal prayer and planning. Realize, Receive, Reveal.

    This is an invitation for God's beloved daughters to take the time to be loved and transformed by our Heavenly Father. Learn more at

  • Knights of Columbus

    The Knights of Columbus are a Catholic men's fraternal benefit society. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members, and their families, through education, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works. Serve the Church and enjoy fellowship! They typically meet the first and third Tuesdays of the month in the parish hall at 7:00 pm. They plan many activities and service projects in support of our parish community. 

    For more information see the Knights web page

  • Mary and Martha Ladies Prayer Group

    The Mary and Martha Ladies Prayer Group meets every Monday morning after the 9:00 am Mass in the Father Solanus Room. They begin each session with prayers of praise and thanksgiving to our Lord. Petitions are then made to our heavenly Father for the needs of our country, our parish, our families, our friends and all those who have requesteed prayers on the Saint Elizabeth Prayer Line. The purpose is to be a prayer support for the entire parish community. 

  • Morning Men's Group

    Our Morning Men's Group meets Wednesday mornings from 6:45 to 7:30 am in the Mother Teresa room. All men are welcome to attend this "come when you can" group. Join us for coffee, a light breakfast, socialization, and engaging in (no pressure) conversation about our faith in a relaxed environment. Meet men of the parish whose goal is to encourage one another to live their faith at home, in the work place, in our parish, and in our community at large. No RSVP required. Questions? Please email the coordinator at [email protected].

  • MOMs Group

    We are a Small Faith Community for mothers of young children who are seeking to connect with other moms while growing closer to Christ.

    We generally meet in the Mother Teresa room, located across from the parish office. This time of fellowship is a great opportunity to meet other moms of young children, spend time in prayer, hear from great speakers on a variety of topics and, occasionally, get crafty! 

    Please contact the MOMs group at [email protected] with any questions. Please join our Facebook group (search ‘SEAS MOMs’) or sign up for Flocknotes to stay updated with all group announcements and events! Our Fall meeting dates are: 9/15, 10/6,10/20,11/10, 12/15.

  • Old Men's Basketball

    Old Men’s basketball meets every Tuesday at 7:30 pm in the school gym (door #28) for a game of basketball with other men from the parish. Despite the name, all adult men are welcome!

  • Prayer Blanket Ministry

    The prayer blanket ministry works, prays, and shares social time together while making prayer blankets for the sick or those needing spiritual uplifting as well as baptismal blankets for the babies baptized in the parish. They meet the third Tuesday of the month, September through May from 1:00-3:00 pm in the Parish Library.

  • Rosary Makers Prayer Group

    All are welcome to our Rosary Makers prayer group which meets on the third Monday of every month at 1:00 pm in the Parish Library. This group makes Rosaries together for our parish and ends by praying the Rosary. No experience is necessary, we will teach you!

  • SALT

    SALT (Savoring A Lifetime Together) focuses on strengthening marriages and providing several date nights at the church throughout the year. Married couples can enjoy a fun night out with their spouse with dinner, free child care, fellowship with other married couples and a speaker or activity.

  • Small Faith Community

    Groups of 6-14 people meet twice a year for six weeks to grow in faith and friendship as a community. These communities are usually offered in the fall and in the spring.