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Baptisms are celebrated on various Sundays throughout the year at 1:15 PM in the Church. Parents should be registered as regular parishioners. You are encouraged to register for the Baptism before your child is born so that it is easier to attend the required Baptism Preparation Class. If you need to register with the Parish, please contact the Deacon at the Parish Center.
All are welcome to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation and experience the forgiving love of God! Confessions will be heard by appointment only at this time. You are welcome to contact the Parish Center in order to make an appointment with the priest.
Congratulations on your engagement! We are happy to welcome parishioners to celebrate their wedding here at the parish of St. Elizabeth! Your first step is to arrange for the wedding interview with the Pastor or the Deacon at the Parish Center. You will be able to set a date at the conclusion of your interview.
Our parish’s Faith Formation program partners with parents in passing on the Catholic faith and preparing their children for First Reconciliation (Confession), First Communion, and Confirmation. Sponsor information can be found here.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is available for those interested in becoming Catholic and for those who want to celebrate First Communion and Confirmation.
Please contact John Fruner, Director of Faith Formation, for more information about Confirmation, RCIA, or Faith Formation opportunities.
Anointing of the Sick
We encourage those eligible for this Sacrament to be anointed after the 11:30 a.m. Mass on the first Sunday of the month or by calling or emailing the Parish Center to schedule an appointment.
St. Elizabeth parish is eager to assist the family at the difficult time of the loss of a loved one. The parish schedules funerals on weekdays at 9:30 a.m. which takes the place of daily mass. Our Director of Liturgy is available to help with the planning, and is present at the funeral mass to guide the family during the liturgy.