Social/Spiritual Ministries

Cancer Support Group
Fundraising
Garden Ministry
Hospitality – after Mass*
Hospitality – special events*
Knights of Columbus
Ministry Fair
Prayer Shawls*
Pre-Employment Group
Seton Men’s Club
Seton Seniors
Social Committee
Women’s Spirituality Group

Cancer Support Group

Ministry Head:
Andrew Casella

seassprtgrp@gmail.com
782-1475

 

 

 
Are you or a loved one dealing with cancer? Are you a cancer survivor? Consider joining our Roman Catholic faith-based group setting. Patients, family members, and/or caregivers can openly discuss and share their own experiences, feelings, concerns, and learnings providing support for each other. The group itself gives input on the direction we take. Plans are to meet on thesecond Tuesdays of the month.
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Fundraising

Ministry Head:
Parish Office

parishoffice@easeton.net
782-1475

 

 

 
This ministry pulls together interested parishioners to organize, plan and execute ideas for fundraising events to raise money for our Building Fund and General Parish needs. Prior years’ successful and fun events have included “A Night of Stand-up Comedy and Silent Auction”, the “Cameo’s Oldies Concert and Silent Auction” and the Craft/Vendor Shows. This is a wonderful way to socialize and work with other members of SEAS and do as much as you are able to support these parish events.
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Garden Ministry

Ministry Head:
Parish Office

parishoffice@easeton.net
782-1475

 



Hospitality Ministries

After Mass*

Special Events*

Ministry Head:
Pauline Martino

Ministry Head:
Cathy O’Neill

paulinemartino@comcast.net
Cathyoneill1025@yahoo.com
237-9675
788-5916


The Biblical definition of hospitality is to make room inside yourself for another in the way God has for us. To share in hospitality and fellowship among parishioners, six times a year the Hospitality group provides refreshments after the Sunday 8:00 am and 9:30 am Masses and also supports special events, like the reception after Benediction on Seton Sunday. We purchase supplies at parish expense, make reminder calls to parishioners who have signed up to bring refreshments, set up tables, make coffee, serve it, refill baked goods trays and clean up. For special events, notices are put in the bulletin. This is a great ministry if your time is limited.
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Knights of Columbus

Ministry Head:
Floyd Campbell, Jr.

floydcampbelljr@gmail.com
732-598-5905

 

 

 
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal service organization. Founded in America in 1882, there are 1.8 million men worldwide in the Order. We continue to follow our founding principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. Knights are staunch defenders of the faith, religious freedom and the dignity of life. The Council, formed at SEAS in 2012, supports the parish, and local and regional charities through fundraising events and drives. This is a great opportunity to meet and work with Catholic men, form friendships and give back to the community and Church. The reward draws you closer to God and strengthens your faith. Please consider joining us! We save lives-We change lives!
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Ministry Fair

Ministry Head:
Mary Frain

maryc.frain@comcast.net
883-0900

 

Prayer Shawls*

Ministry Head:
Judy Herdman / Pat Rivero

JAHerdman1@aol.com / privero@comcast.net
782-7973 / 806-7890

 

 

 
Knitters and crocheters (from beginner to experienced) gather on the 2nd Thursday of each month in the morning and/or evening for prayer and fellowship while we knit and crochet. Prayer shawls are presented to anyone in need of comfort due to illness, loss of a loved one or in difficult times. Anyone interested in just learning or sharing his or her talents are welcome to join us.
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Pre-Employment Group

Ministry Head:
Deacon Mike Tomcho

MTomcho277@comcast.net
400-3036

 

 

 
Our mission is to be supportive of the members of our parish, and the community in general, in their employment search efforts as they strive to return to gainful employment to meet their personal needs. There are three main components of this ministry:
1. Spiritual Support for job searchers and their families;
2. Education about the job search process (Interviewing, résumés, resources, etc.);
3. Networking with parish members and others for contact referrals.
We welcome anyone looking for support during his/her job search and anyone willing to help support those as they search.
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Seton Men’s Club

Ministry Head:
Deacon Paul Santella

dcnpaul37@gmail.com
782-1475 x13

 

 

 
The Seton Men’s Club was formed in 2001 under the patronage of St. Joseph. Our Club meets on the second Thursday each month and is open to all men of the parish. Our Mission is Spirituality, Service and Social. Our members serve both the parish and the community as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, Ministers of Hospitality, Readers and members of the Liturgical Environment Committee. Our major activity is the Annual Parish Picnic. Our community outreach involves support to the Hunterdon Interfaith Outreach Council and the Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program. Each year we aid the Bala Chapel in Kenya with grants to complete their modest church. During our meetings we host guest speakers, address current topics of interest, plan service projects and have discussions concerning our faith. There is always a social aspect to our meetings.
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Seton Seniors

Ministry Head:
Jennie Giancola

jenniegiancola@hotmail.com
371-0606

 
A group of seniors (men and women 62+) get together, from 1 to 3+ pm on the fourth Thursday of each month (except July and August). We take various trips to shows and occasionally have different speakers who inform us about matters of interest to seniors, such as the Raritan Township Surrogate giving the latest information on Living and Final Wills. We also have an indoor picnic in June, an ice cream social in September, and we run a 50/50 raffle, play Bingo or the “left, center, right” game, have refreshments and just enjoy each other’s company, which most of us like the best.
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Social Committee

Ministry Head:
Parish Office

parishoffice@easeton.net
782-1475

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Women’s Spirituality Group

Ministry Head:
Jean Stokes

njjean@gmail.com
284-9141

 

 

 
If you are in search of a welcoming connection in our parish, if you are looking to deepen your relationship with God, or if you would like an opportunity to share your thoughts and talents with other women of the parish, then WSG is here for you. We are an eclectic group of Catholic women of all ages and experiences in life. We allow the Spirit to guide our activities of service, fellowship and fun. We have some backbone activities in our annual schedule but also allow for member-inspired topics at our first Thursday of the month meetings. Not every activity is for all but that’s the beauty of the Group. By socializing and sharing with different women, we grow in special ways and are able to reach out to support other ministries and charitable endeavors as the Spirit moves us. We cordially invite you to give us a try.
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