Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton 

      All Are Welcome!
3747 Brick Schoolhouse Road 
P.O. Box 149
Hamlin, NY 14464

Question of the Week

 What Humbles You?


1.    Serve as member of the Worship Committee and attend monthly meetings currently held on the first Thursday of each month.
2.   Provide keyboard accompaniment and leadership for congregational singing at every weekend Mass, holydays, and proper liturgies of Holy Week.
          a.   Identify, train and schedule cantor for Masses at which the director is not present. Cantor may be a musician or accompanied by a musician.
         b.  Be present for two (2) liturgies each weekend,  at least one of which is a choir Mass.
         c.  Be present at choir rehearsals, currently held every Wednesday evening.
         d.  Serve as Choir Director.
         e.  Oversees and trains the Children’s Choir leader as needed
3.  Provide for the rehearsing with the congregation of new hymns and responses before Mass, and/or through repetition at Mass.
4.  Provide for music and song at:
         a.  Reconciliation Services, Baptisms during Mass, and no more than three (3) other para-liturgical services.
5.  With other musicians, assist in:
        a.   Selecting and preparing music for choirs and congregation, and special Whole Community Catechesis celebrations, and RCIA ceremonies.
        b.   Preparing the music budget with Worship Committee chairperson.
6.  Provide music and song at weddings and funerals.
        a.   The music stipend for weddings is $150.00 and for funerals is $100.00, payable through the payroll system.
        b.   Fees for additional musicians and/or singers will be negotiated with the Director of Music Ministry.
7.  Additional services other than detailed above to be negotiated with and paid by the individuals or organizations requesting the service.
8.   Participates in staff meetings. 
Requirements:  Bachelors in Music, or equivalent in education and experience, strong keyboard knowledge, choral conducting and vocal skills.  
Preferred: Knowledge of Roman Catholic Liturgy.
Part Time - Salary is commensurate with training and experience.
Interested candidates can send resumes to

This Week at SEAS

Sunday, October 23rd ~ 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sirach 35:12-14,16-18, 2 Timothy 4:6-8.16-18, Luke 18:9-14
           9:30AM Mass and Children’s Liturgy of the Word
          10:30AM Breakfast Café—Team B
          1:30-3:00PM Sr. High Youth Group at Nativity
Monday, October 24th ~ St. Anthony Mary Claret
          9:00AM Mass
          7:00PM Mass
          7:30PM Pastoral Council Meeting
Tuesday, October 25th
         9:00AM Mass
         1-6:00PM Red Cross Blood Drive
Wednesday, October 26th
          9:00AM Mass

Thursday, October 27th
         9:00AM Mass
         7:00PM Active Threat Presentation

Friday, October 28th ~ St. Simon and St. Jude, apostles
       7:00AM Mass
Saturday, October 29th
All Souls Remembrance Table
        4-4:45PM Reconciliation
        5:00PM Mass
        5:45PM Altar Server Training Session
Sunday, October 30th ~ 31th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Wisdom 11:22-12:2, 2 Thessalonians 1:11-2:2, Luke 19: 1-10
All Souls Remembrance Table
       9:30AM Mass and Children’s Liturgy of the Word
      10:30AM Altar Server Training Session
      11:30AM Father Preside at Newman Center in Brockport
      1:30-3:00PM Sr. High Youth Group at SEAS



Faith Education Classes, Sacramental Preparation, and Youth Ministry
Our Faith Education,  Sacramental Preparation and Youth Ministry Programs run from Early Fall until Spring.  Classes are held on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each Month.  Those wishing to prepare and celebrate the Sacraments in 2017 must attend classes.  Please call the office to register - 585-964-8627

Registration Form for PreK-5th Grade, and Sacamental Preparation - Click Here!
Registration Form for Youth Ministry - Click Here!

SEAS Mission Statement

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish is an evolving Roman Catholic Community dedicated to meeting the spiritual needs of those in our parish and the surrounding area.  We gather in worship where all are welcome around the table of the Eucharist to be nourished by the Word of God, the Sacraments, and one another so that in our lives we may recognize and use our gifts with joyful creativeness.  As the body of Christ, we are committed to nourishing the spiritual life and well being of ourselves and one another, especially those in need.


Welcome to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish!
We have a history of over 25 years of service that continues today and one that we can be proud of.  Our faith community has been a source of strength and life for so many people; yet, there is much that challenges us to find new ways to serve the needs of the People of God and the society in which we live.  We continually need to commit ourselves to the future and to ways of making our faith alive and growing. 
A community can only give what its members make possible.  Miracles and wonders can happen because we are a community and not just individuals, and so what we share is a fuller expression of faith and love.
Welcome, again, and may God bless you and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish.
Rev. William V. Spilly

Time Talent and Treasure

Click here for Ministry Descriptions

 Click Here for 2016 Time, Talent, and Treasure Card
It's time to make a commitment of your time and talent to the Parish and the community!  Please turn in your Time,Talent and Treasure Card as soon as possible. Click on the link above for the latest Time, Talent and Treasure form - check out the opportunities for you and your family to get more involved.  There is also a discription sheet if you have any questions. (Click on the Ministry Description Link above.)


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