Established July 1, 2012
Building a Catholic Community of Faith, One Person at a Time
ALTAR AND ROSARY - Holds functions during the year in support of the parish. Meets monthly September through June.
CATHOLIC MEN'S FELLOWSHIP GROUP - Welcomes all men regardless of religious affiliation for fellowship and prayer. Meets twice a month; second and fourth Tuesday. For more information call 330-727-3277 to leave a message for Ed Kleese.
MUSIC/CHOIR - Our parish has a long tradition of musical excellence in the musicians and singers that have served both church sites since they were founded. Our current choir has served since its founding in 1971. We welcome and encourage all parishioners to participate in any way they can in serving our Lord and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish with your musical gifts and talents. For more information, please call and leave a message at the office, for the music director, Joseph Keffer. You may also email Joe at email@example.com.
50+ CLUB - Welcomes all parish members 50 and over for friendship, presentations on various topics of interest and social events. Meets monthly April through December.
ST. VINCENT dePAUL - Prepares and serves dinner at St. Vincent DePaul dining hall which provides food for those in need. Volunteers are needed on the third Monday and Tuesday of each month.
BEREAVEMENT - Visits family at funeral home or funeral, prepares and assists with bereavement lunches and bake items when requested.
CROCHET GROUP - For anyone interested in crocheting to help those keep warm by making hats, scarves, afghans and much more. Group meets twice a month.
PIROHY SALES - This food event is held every other week from September through April. Potato, cabbage, sauerkraut and prune pirohy are made. Check the bulletin for prices and when to place orders. Volunteers are always welcome. Call the parish kitchen for more information at 330-393-0781.
KOLACHI (NUT ROLL) SALE - This food event is held twice a year, before Christmas and Easter. Check bulletin for prices and when to place orders. Volunteers are always welcome. Call the parish kitchen for more information 330-393-0781.
EASTER BREAD SALE - This food event is held before Easter. Check bulletin for prices and when to place orders. Volunteers are always welcome. Call the parish kitchen for more information 330-393-0781.
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS - Communion servers at Mass for St. James and SS. Cyril & Methodius.
LECTORS - Readers of announcements and liturgy for St. James and SS. Cyril & Methodius.
MASS SERVERS - Grade 4 through adult - to assist the pastor during Mass for St. James and SS. Cyril & Methodius.
HOMEBOUND EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS - Distributes Communion to those at home or in nursing facilities.
WOMEN WALKING IN FAITH - Women Walking in Faith brings women of all ages together for a special time of book discussion, sharing, prayer and reflection. Meets twice a month: first and third Monday (morning program) or second and fourth Monday (evening program).
FINANCE COUNCIL - Parish members who review, study and make recommendations on the financial concerns of the parish.
PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL - Parish members who oversee and make recommendations on the parish as a whole regarding its mission, vision and direction as we move forward in the years to come as a parish.
FAITH FORMATION (RELIGIOUS EDUCATION) - Faith Formation sessions for our parish children and youth (K-12) are held weekly mid-September through April in the Office/Education Center from 9:30am-10:45am. Adult Faith Formation sessions are held while the
children /youth are in session. All adults are welcome to attend these sessions. See the Sunday bulletin for more information.
YOUTH MINISTRY - All students are invited to join us for fun and friendship - find out what God has planned for you.
GREETERS AND USHERS - Contact Parish Office at 330-393-9766 if interested in volunteering.
DOMINICAN ASSOCIATES - Christian men and women who are called to live out the charism and continue the mission of the Dominican Order - to praise, to bless, to preach. Associates do not take vows, but after a discernment process, they make a commitment to be partners with vowed members in their own lives, families, churches, neighborhoods and workplaces.