St. Elizabeth Catholic Parish is a vibrant, Christ-centered community whose primary purpose is to celebrate the sacred liturgy and the Sacraments. Empowered by the Sacraments, we are called to personal holiness, to spread the word of God, and to actions of generosity and compassion toward all of God's people. We aspire, through prayer and action, to further God's kingdom on earth.
St. Elizabeth School
A Nationally Recognized Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
Our Mission: To provide a Christ-centered, child-focused learning environment where Catholic ideals and a tradition of excellence are instilled.
Breaking Open the Word
(BOW) is an age-appropriate celebration of the Liturgy of the Word for children in grades K-2 that takes place during the 10:00 Mass on Sundays from September through May. A team of volunteers lead the weekly sessions and additional volunteers are always needed. BOW leaders are trained, given materials and support, and conduct one session every 4-6 weeks. All that is needed on your part is a desire to help children grow in faith. Dads are welcome, too!
St. Elizabeth's School of Religion
(SOR) is a combination home/parish family program for families with children in grades 1-8 who do not attend St. Elizabeth school. Parents teach their own children at home each week, using a textbook approved by the Diocese. Once a month, parents and children registered in the program meet in Seton Hall for support, prayer and a group lesson. Family Meetings take place on Sunday mornings and are a required part of the program. Children not attending St. Elizabeth school who desire to receive 1st Reconciliation and 1st Eucharist prepare for these sacraments through the SOR.
To register for the 2015/2016 School of Religion year - Click here
There is a supply fee of $25 due at the Text Book Pick-Up/New Parent Meeting on September 2, 2015 at 7:00 pm in Seton Hall.
Please contact Katie Stockard in the Parish office to sign up, volunteer or to learn more about these ministries.