St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
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Religious Education


Claire Bissell, Coordinator; 798-1887, ext. 116 or



Note: GIFT religious education classes begin promptly at 9:30 am-10:45 am!



Children’s Liturgy of the Word continues at the 11 am Mass. This ministry is designed to help young children to learn to listen, reflect and respond to God’s Word. To volunteer to help with this ministry, contact Claire Bissell.

 Baptismal Prep

If you are expecting or if your baby has already been born and you are seeking baptism for your child, please call Cathy Cobb  in the parish office to set up an appointment for a baptismal preparation session.


Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study:  Our scripture study/faith sharing group meets every Sunday at 9:30 am in the library of the Burleigh Center. Newcomers are welcome to all these offerings.

RCIA Sundays, 9:30 am in the Burleigh Center.  Facilitator:  Deacon Mike Whitehead

WHAT ARE YOUR GIFTS? Come explore and identify the charisms that God has given you for use in building up His Kingdom! ”He (The Holy Spirit) works in many ways to build up the Body in charity: …by the many special graces (called ‘charisms’), by which he makes the faithful ‘fit and ready to undertake various tasks and offices for the renewal and building up of the Church.” CCC 798. Classes held Sundays 9:35 am in Burleigh Center, June 3 thru August 5. Contact Michelle Brown for more details at

Wednesday Morning Adult Bible Study, 9:30 am in the Burleigh Center.  All are welcome.  Facilitator:  Cathy Cobb

Matthew Bible Study, Wednesdays, at 6 pm in the Burleigh Center; Matthew: The King and His Kingdom is an exciting study that explores the life and mission of Jesus as recorded in the Gospel. It is 24 sessions and the 2nd in the three part foundational study following the Great Adventure Bible Study. Matthew demonstrates how the promises and prophecies of the Old Testament are fulfilled in Christ, who establishes a New Law and inaugurates the Kingdom of Heaven on earth. Participants will see Jesus as the awaited Messiah who relives the life and struggles of Israel to become the faithful and victorious King. Set in the rich context of Jesus’ Jewish culture, this study will help us understand who Jesus is and what his life and teachings mean for us today.   For more info or to sign up please contact Cameron Dean, 734-8848,

 Call for Catechists – if you are interested in helping with our religious education program in the fall as a Catechist or a helper, contact Claire Bissell for more information. There are many ways you can help in accord with your ability and experience. Training and support are provided. It’s a great way to model your faith for your child!

Calling all Catechists: Mark your calendars: