St. Elizabeth Catholic University Parish

Ministries

ADULT BIBLE STUDY
The Adult Bible Study meets Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM in the Conference Center located on the corner of Broadway and Avenue X (the building just west of the main church on Broadway.) Adult Bible Study follows the school calendar with classes beginning in September and running through May.
Contact Deacon Waldo Martinez (762-5225) for more information.

FINANCE COMMITTEE
Finance Committee Chairman - Pat Simek at 763-8911

TRADITIONAL CHOIR
Sundays at 8:30 AM. Contact Sabrina Robbins (806) 401-5954

FOLK CHOIR DIRECTOR
Sundays at 11:00 AM. Contact Marsha Tye - 792-9338

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Grand Knight Steve Decker - (806) 777-6061

LITURGICAL DIRECTOR
Sister Sylvia Salvan, MSLT - (806) 500-5164

PARISH COUNCIL
Parish Council President - Dennis Kelley (806) 797-7908

COMPASSIONATE (BEREAVEMENT) COMMITTEE
If you know someone who might need help or assistance, please contact Dick McCann at (806) 762-5225

SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE
The Social Justice Committee at St. Elizabeth Parish is dedicated to providing service to those in need, with special attention to fulfilling the Corporal Works of Mercy by feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, and caring for "the least of our brothers."
The Social Justice Committee meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Conference Center. (Location and date subject to change. Please check the Social Justice page)
We are always in need of volunteers to help with our activities. Please contact Beth Pressley at 789-9002 to volunteer or for more information, and check us out on Facebook - St. Elizabeth's Social Justice Committee.

WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION
Cindy Antoniello - (806) 224-5172

A.C.T.S. COMMUNITY OF LUBBOCK
An ACTS weekend is designed to help the retreatants enter into a new or deeper relationship with our Lord and fellow parishioners. This is accomplished through Adoration and daily prayer, the call to Community in one's parish as a member of the Body of Christ, and Theology in encouraging the study of scripture and our Catholic Faith, all of which emphasize and encourage the virtue of Service to our Lord, our parish, and one another.
For more information on the A.C.T.S. Community and Retreats please visit their web site:
VISIT THE ACTS WEBPAGE