• Stained glass window, inside view.
  • Artist's interpretation of the Visitation, The Blessed Mother visits St. Elizabeth
  • Icon of St. Elizabeth
  • Our Crucifix, installed in September of 2018
  • Our Chapel, containing the Tabernacle
  • The front doors of our church building.

WELCOME

Father Antony Varghese, CFIC

and staff welcome you!

St. Elizabeth parish is a welcoming family of faith "Risen in Christ's love".  We gather in worship to God; provide knowledge and sacraments for spiritual growth; serve the needs of others; and share the Good News for the glory of God!  

Office Information

Monday-Thursday: 9 am - 3 pm
Friday: 9 am to 2 pm

(614) 891-0150 - office phone
(614) 882-1782 - rectory phone (for spiritual emergencies after hours)
(614) 891-0150 x110 - St. Vincent de Paul hotline
Contact us:
[email protected]

Mass Times

MASS TIMES
Monday- No Mass
Tuesday- 6:00 pm
Wednesday- 8:30 am
Thursday- 8:30 am
Friday- 8:30 am
Saturday- 5:30 pm
Sunday- 9:00 am & 11:00 am

CONFESSIONS: Saturdays 4:45 pm, or by appointment.

Tuesdays, 5 pm
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

First Wednesdays, 7 pm
Devotion to The Blessed Virgin Mary, followed by Mass.

First Saturdays, 7:30 pm
Mass (in Tagalog) for the Filipino Community

Third Sunday, 1:00 pm
African Mass

Online Giving and Parish Support

Click on the icon above which will redirect you to our secure site to make a one-time payment amount or reoccurring amount.  Please follow the directions and register accordingly.  If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to contact the parish office. 

 Other ways to support St. Elizabeth Parish:

Amazon Smile:   https://smile.amazon.com/ch/31-0733310 A portion of your purchase will be sent to us.

Gordon Food Service Store:  mention St. Elizabeth Church at check out, and a portion of your purchase will be sent to us.

Shaklee Nutritional Suppliments:  Contact our coordinator, Amy Cotter at 614-307-5451, to get your free Healthprint Survey.  Click here to visit the website.  Get healthy and raise funds for St. Elizabeth Church! 

Events

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  • Nov 16 2019  4:45 pm - Confession
  • Nov 16 2019  5:30 pm - Mass
  • Nov 17 2019  9:00 am - Mass

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Parish Pastoral Council

We welcome our newest Parish Council Members:  Kim Endres, Elizabeth Effah, and Leomon Kome!  We are looking forward to a productive year!

Our Parish Pastoral Council meets the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm.  If you would like to read the past minutes, agendas and our constitution, please click the links below.  For questions, comments, or suggestions, please email [email protected]

 

Click here to view the minutes from August 14, 2019

Click here to view the minutes from September 19, 2019

Click here to view the minutes from October 17, 2019

 

Parish Charters

The Parish Ministry Charters - Explained

In January, Fr. Ramon finalized and signed off on two Parish Charters that establish the foundation for how Ministries and Committees of St. Elizabeth Parish will operate.  The first two charters are linked below, along with a series of Questions & Answers as to why we now have these Charters:

Link to Parish Master Charter

Link to Parish Pastoral Council Charter

Link to Development Ministry Charter

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Click the following links for more information:

Why do we have "Charters"?

What is the Parish Master Charter?

Why is there a new Parish Pastoral Council Charter?

What is the Development Ministry and Charter?

 

Sweet Shoppe

Bakers, break out the measuring cups and icing!  We need YOU!

Fall Bible Study

Join us as we study the Book of Romans!  Classes are Tuesday evenings at 7 pm beginning October 8, or Wednesday mornings at 9:15 am beginning October 9.  The cost of workbooks is $30.  Watch the bulletin for registration forms, or call the parish office.

From Ascension Press:  "Paul's letter to the Romans has been at the center of reflection, conversion, and controversy from the very beginning.  Romans:  The Gospel of Salvation provides an authentically Catholic, Comprehensive, and simple way to understand the overarching theme of Romans - salvation.

Romans:  The Gospel of Salvation explores the ways in which Jesus is the fulfillment of Israel's prophecies, which leads to the universal, "Catholic" family of God.

In the 8-session program, theology professor Dr. Andrew Swafford and Jeff Cavins examine Paul's letter to the Romans.  Dr. Swafford and Cavins provide historical context and highlight the connections to Jesus and Christianity Paul makes with the Old Testament."

Staff

Ministry Schedules

 Sep - Dec 2019 Schedule  (NOTE:  This has been updated from the mailing.)

 

RCIA

Are you seeking clarity in your exploration of spirituality in the modern world?  Are you in a quest to find meaning in service to the community?

The Catholic Community of St. Elizabeth welcomes you as you seek to enrich your spirituality and live out a life of service to the community through the lens of Catholicism.  Our community shares and celebrates this journey with you, through a process called "The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults" (RCIA).  We offer a series of sessions held on Tuesday evenings beginning on September 17, 2019.  You are invited to join us at Mass anytime!

Our belief is that you will enjoy a deeper relationship with God as you also become acquainted with members of St. Elizabeth and the Church throughout the world, entering into relationship with Jesus Christ and His community of God's people in service to others.

For more information, please contact the parish office at 614-891-0150. or [email protected]