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St. Elizabeth's Pastoral Council exists to promote spiritual growth inside the parish community; support and assist the Pastor in parish decision-making in spiritual and material matters; coordinate parish activities; encourage active involvement of parishioners in the various parish organizations, programs and activities; make the parish a vital part of the local community; and set a Christian example by our works and deeds within the parish. Each member is either an officer or a liaison to one of the commissions or councils.

Pastoral Council meetings are held on the third Sunday of each month at 11:45 a.m. in the parish hall. The meetings are open to all members of the parish. Parishioners may address the Council on matters of concern or interest, and they may have an item placed on the Council agenda by contacting the parish office 10 days prior to a meeting. Pastoral Council elections are held annually in June. One term of office consists of three years, with the possibility of reappointment to another three year term.

Chairperson Greg Anderes
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Liturgy Commission Karen Taylor
Liturgy Commission Angela Price
Finance Commission Rick Zey
Finance Commission Pending
Family Life Commission Barb Wentz
Family Life Commission

Pat Strathman

Education Commission
/ Vice-Chairperson
 Dan Jones
   

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The duties of the Parish Finance Council are to provide assistance to the Pastor in planning, providing for and supervising the financial affairs and the physical properties of the parish. The Council is concerned with the budget, stewardship and church support, insurance coverage and the effective utilization and maintenance of the parish plant. This Council thus provides the necessary administrative and financial skills needed to sustain the mission and ongoing development of the parish community. The members are to be qualified in financial administration, financial planning, fundraising, law, or building maintenance and construction. Members are appointed by the Pastor for three-year terms with the possibility of reappointment.

President Randall Kassel 
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Member Emily Page
Member Hillary Richards
Member John Miller
Member Lee Legleiter
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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Council #10778 of the Knights of Columbus: We bring hope to the world when we live out our principles of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism in ways that change lives for the better. Through our principles, we encourage every man to live a spiritual life every day. We are men joining together with our brothers to do what they couldn't do by themselves. Founded by a Catholic Priest, Venerable Michael J. McGivney in 1882, we help our members provide financial protection for their families. There is no higher rated insurer in America. The Knights of Columbus needs good Catholic men, perhaps you need the Knights of Columbus. For questions and information, about becoming a brother Knight, please contact those listed here.

Contact Grand Knight, Council #10778
Terry Patry
785-820-7486
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The St. Elizabeth's Women's Group organized in January 2010.  We gather to share and care for our parish, as well as, give it more of a family feel. Fundraising helps us provide social time together and insure that we will be able to help others. Meetings are usually the second Thursday of each month.  Each meeting we have a short program/entertainment/craft that we enjoy, along with a snack and beverage. Each year the day/date of our meetings will be discussed to see what best serves the majority of the ladies of St. Elizabeth's. We have several committees, including but not limited to: Social, Communication, Charity, Sharing & Caring, Spirituality, and Fundraising. In the past we have had sign-up sheets for helping on these committees. Our group is also committed to helping with the annual parish Fall Festival. Topics for the meetings are all suggested by the ladies in the group. Officers are elected each year.

Contact

Co-Chair
Libby Charvat
785-643-5237
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Co-Chair
Rita Dunlap
785-827-3966
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This is a parish group for those 55 years and older. The group meets monthly from September through May. The gatherings are planned to provide experiences for socializing, providing help for others in our community, and deepening our love and understanding of our Catholic faith. We invite you to join us.

Contact Kathy Merritt
785-623-2000
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Salina Catholic Daughters is an organization made up of women from all three Salina Parishes.  Membership is also open to women from other communities.  The Mission Statement  of the organization:  Catholic Daughters of the Americas strives to embrace the principle of faith working through love in the promotion of justice equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all. 

CDA of Salina meets once a month from September thru May on the First Saturday of the Month at 9:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart Hall of Bishops, with the exception of the March Meeting when CDA of Salina sponsors the Salina Annual Lenten Retreat.  We usually have one social a year and also honor the religious of the community with a meal or gift card. Schedules are made up during the summer months with current members volunteering their time to meet and organize.

Catholic Daughters sponsors three fundraiser breakfasts at the three parishes.  Funds received are used for charitable causes and student scholarship(s).  Each year the Salina CDA participates in the National Organization’s Education Contest for students in PRE, CYO, and Catholic Schools.  Winners are honored at the May Meeting.  CDA also offers a scholarship (s) to a Catholic graduating girl (s) from the Salina Parishes.  The number of scholarships, varies on the fundraising success.  Each year the local court adopts charities in Salina to volunteer time or provide funds.  Examples are:  Cooking and serving a meal to Circles of the Heartland; Birthright; Catholic Charities; Domestic Violence (DVACK); Habitat for Humanity; Salina Rescue Mission. 

Catholic Daughters is a great way for women of all ages – 18 – 100 to connect with other Catholic Women in our Salina Community and throughout the Americas.   Every Catholic Daughter member shares in every Mass celebrated at the Immaculate Conception Altar in our National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

More information on Catholic Daughters of the Americas can be found on the National Website. http://www.catholicdaughters.org/ 

Contact

Current Local Regent
Margaret Robertson
785-820-1821
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All parish member families are assigned to one of thirteen different "Circles" as a means of dividing the membership when requests are made of the parishioners for helping with funerals and various other parish events. Each Circlette has a leader who is in charge of contacting the members of their Circlette.

Contact Administrative Assistant
Lucinda Roths
785-825-5282
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The Fall Festival is an annual celebration in the parish for fellowship and fundraising. This event usually includes Silent Auction, BINGO, Raffles, Food, Games, and much more.

Contact

Co-Chair
Libby Charvat
785-643-5237
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Co-Chair
Rita Dunlap
785-827-3966
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This ministry provides meals to families and individuals who are ill or have just had a new baby or have suffered the loss of a loved one.
Contact Debbie Brenneman
785-488-3786
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St. Elizabeth's Blood Drive is a ministry of giving. Every year in the U.S., 5 million patients will need blood. Over 38% of the U.S. is eligible to give blood. The actual donation of a unit of blood only takes 10 to 12 minutes. The entire process from arriving to leaving takes only about 1 hour and 15 minutes. One donation can save up to 3 lives. You can donate every 56 days until you reach age 76. If you started at age 17, you would have donated 48 gallons of blood and saved more than 1,000 lives. At St. Elizabeth's, we have a drive approximately every 60 days. Dates are announced through the bulletin and the parish calendar on the website. You must have an appointment, as this is an express drive. You may schedule an appointment through the contact(s) listed on this page. Please consider saving a life.

Contact Cindy Snavely
785-825-9191
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The parish sponsors meals throughout the year for various events such as: New Parishioner Welcome Breakfast, Lenten Meals every Friday during Lent after Stations of the Cross, as well as, other special occasions. Volunteers are always welcome for the shopping, preparing, and serving. And, of course, ATTENDING!

Contact Administrative Assistant
Lucinda Roths
785-825-5282
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St. Elizabeth will be serving meals at the Salvation Army during January. The Sign-Up Schedule is posted on the bulletin board at the back of church. Please check your January schedule and reserve one evening for this important community service. 

Contact LIbby Charvat
785-643-5237
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Sew-N-Sew -  Do you sew, crochet, knit, craft, quilt, embroidery, or needle point??  Any woman or man is welcome to come to Sew-N-Sew. The group usually meets on the 2nd or 3rd Saturday (it varies according to other scheduled events) each month from 9am to 3pm in the Parish Hall. These are come and go events: You don’t have to come at 9am and you don’t have to stay the whole time! Come enjoy great fellowship- there is lots of sharing of hints, tricks, and techniques!  If you would like to be on the email reminder list, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . 

Contact Toni Armstrong
785-452-9695
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