Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton 
3747 Brick Schoolhouse Road 
P.O. Box 149
Hamlin, NY 14464
585-964-8627

All Are Welcome!

Question of the Week

Why Do You Attend Mass On Saturday Or Sunday?
 
 

Activity of the Week
Blossoms for Lent -Each time you do a good deed drop a DOGWOOD BLOSSOM in the basket under the tree.  Good deeds will be offered at Mass and then hung on the tree.  By the time Easter comes we hope our tree is in full bloom!   Good Deeds are the pillars of Lent: PRAYER, FASTING AND ALMSGIVING.  What you do is up to you…as long as you do it for the Lord.   
 


 
 

This Week at SEAS

 
Wednesday, March 4th
       6:00PM Mass
       6:30PM Quest in Seton Hall
       7:00PM Choir Practice
 
Thursday, March 5th
       9:00AM Mass
       1:00PM Staff Meeting
       7:00PM Liturgy Committee Meeting
 
Friday, March 6th
      7:00AM Mass
      7:00PM Stations of the Cross in the Chapel

Saturday, March 7th ~ St. Perpetua & St. Felicity
     3-3:45PM Reconciliation
     4:00PM Mass

Sunday, March 8th ~ 3rd Sunday of Lent
Exodus 20:1-17, 1 Corinthians 1:22-25, John 2:13-25
     7:45AM Father presides at St. John Spencerport
     9:30AM Mass and Children’s Liturgy
     Presentation of Hands of Christ Recipients at SEAS
     3:00-7:00 Practice – Living Stations Mini Retreat@ Nativity
 
Monday, March 9th ~ St. Frances of Rome
        9:00AM Mass
         7:00PM Finance Council Meeting
 
Tuesday, March 10th

       9:00AM Mass
       7:00PM Executive Committee Meeting
 
Wednesday, March 11th
       6:00PM Mass
       6:30PM Quest in Seton Hall
       7:00PM Choir Practice
 
Thursday, March 12th
       9:00AM Mass
       7:00PM Social Ministry Committee Meeting
 
Friday, March 13th
      7:00AM Mass
      7:00PM Stations of the Cross in the Chapel  

Saturday, March 14th
    4-4:45PM Reconciliation
    5:00PM Mass
 
Sunday, March 15th ~ 4th Sunday of Lent
2 Chronicles 36:14-23, Ephesians 2:4-10, John 3:14-21
       9:30AM Mass and Children’s Liturgy
       10:15-11:45 Final Dress Rehearsal – Living Stations
       11:30AM Father presides at Newman in Brockport
       4:00PM Penance Service at St. John in Spencerport
                                 with private confessions
 


 

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.

 

Sincerely,

Rev. William V. Spilly

Pastor

Women’s Retreat ~ Women at the Foot of the Cross
Friday, March 20th at 6:30PM  Bring a dessert, Hor d’oeuvre, or wine to share.  Bring your shawl, dessert plate and wine glass.  Sign up in the Narthex.


Day of Penance and Mercy ~ Tuesday, March 24th
Private Confessions will be heard on Tuesday, March 24th 12:30-7:30PM at SEAS and at all Parishes in the Diocese.
Our neighboring parishes will also be offering Penance Services with Private Confessions;
Sunday, March 15th at 4PM ~ St. John in Spencerport
Saturday, March 21st at 11AM ~ St. Leo in Hilton

Living Stations of the Cross and Dish to Pass Dinner
Friday, March 27th Meatless Dish to Pass Dinner starts at 6PM with the
presentation of the Living Stations of the Cross beginning at 7PM. 
A great way to witness the events of Holy Week.

 

SEDER ~ Sunday, March 29 beginning at Noon
What is Seder? Seder is a Family meal that celebrates Passover, it teaches us about the Israelites’ bondage in Egypt and their freedom as God’s chosen people. The Last Supper was a Seder and where Jesus established the Eucharist.    Please make your Reservations in the Narthex
Registration for Faith Education Classes, Sacramental Preparation, and Youth Ministry
Classes will begin Sept 21st and run through April 19th (the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the Month)
Those wishing to prepare and celebrate the Sacraments in 2015 must attend classes.

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

Faith Formation Schedule for 2014-15 - Click Here!

Registration Form for Youth Ministry - Click Here!


Sacramental Guidelines
To read the new Sacramental Guidelines proposed by Bishop Salvatore Matano, click the link below.  These guidelines are a draft - they must be discussed with the Priest Council prior to implementation.  

Sacramental Guidelines - Draft May 2014



 

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.

Time Talent and Treasure



Click here for Ministry Descriptions
 

 Click Here for 2014 Time, Talent, and Treasure Card

Time to make a commitment of your time and talent to the Parish and the community.  If you haven't already filled out a Time, Talent and Treasure form - please click on the link below to review the opportunities available.  There is also a discription sheet if you have any questions.  
We are  in the process of preparing a budget for the upcoming year. (July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015)  We are asking all parishioners to fill out theTreasure section of the form to indicate the amount of support you plan to give to the operation of the Parish and it’s ministries.

SEAS Tithing Committee

SEAS is a stewardship community. We have set up a Tithing Committee to aid in sharing our treasure. The Tithing Committee's mission is to act as honest, concerned and prayerful stewards by looking for those organizations that we may share our treasures with through donation grants. We have posted our guidelines and application on the parish website. The committee would appreciate your feedback on this process and your participation by getting the word out to worthy organizations or providing recommendations for the committee to contact. Please email feedback, questions and recommendations to SEASFinance@yahoo.com

Click here Tithing Fund Guidelines
Click here for Tithing Fund Application

 

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