When we face challenges in life, sometimes the overwhelmingness of our situations can cause us to lose our way. Here at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, our parishioners have teamed up to create Seton Lake Ridge Help Network. This network allows us to connect with and help each other, especially in times of need.
No request is too little or too big.
Our parish family would like to assist you!
Our Human Concerns ministry volunteers are willing to assist in shopping for groceries and pharmacy items for those who can’t go because they are in a high-risk category. For those who are in financial hardship and are in need of non-perishable food items and/or toiletries, our Mother Seton Food Pantry is well stocked and is open to parishioners and non-parishioners. Please contact our Director of Human Concerns, Betty Maher, or Our Seton Food Pantry Coordinator, Stephanie Hanley.
When a parishioner with a genuine need is identified, an email containing relevant details is sent to the network members and whoever is available to help, will be given an opportunity to do so. Examples of this could look like: an elderly parishioner needing a ride to Mass, a parishioner in the hospital needing meals cooked for their family, etc.
There are many different ways our help network can provide assistance to those in need, so if you are interested in joining the Seton Lake Ridge Help Network, please contact our Director of Human Concerns Outreach.
If you are a parishioner in need of assistance, we encourage you to do the same.