What’s Going On: 12 September 2021

POPCORN FUNDRAISER ENDS AT 6 PM on Sunday, September 12! Have you ordered your popcorn? If not, you better hurry. 1) CLICK >> https://popup.doublegood.com/s/83gice96 This is the link to our popup popcorn store. No apps. No logins. Just popcorn. 2) PLACE YOUR ORDER DoubleGood pops delicious popcorn in great flavors: ‘Carmel-Diem,” “Holla-Peno,” “In Queso Fire,”

Popcorn Fundraiser Right Now!

Summer Fundraiser Ends at 6 pm Sunday, September 12 With the cancelling of this year's Jazz Festival, St. Elizabeth will not have our biggest fundraiser of the year. The money raised by the Jazz Festival supports the upkeep of the church buildings, our religious programs, and outreach to our neighbors. The pandemic may

What’s Going On: 5 September 2021

YOUTH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION STARTING IN THE FALL Father Jim encourages parish parents of school-age children to register their child for St. Elizabeth Religious Ed! Classes will start in the Fall. Grades K-8 will meet once a month, in-person, with an option of Zoom classes. St. Elizabeth is partnering with high school students from Holy Rosary,

What’s Going On: 29 August 2021

NEW TIMES FOR SUNDAY MASS Sundays 9:00 am (in person and on Zoom) and 11:15 am in the church at 2712 2nd Avenue, Richmond, VA 23222 Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/331794018? and password 946232 You can read the guidelines for attending Mass in person on the diocese website: https://richmonddiocese.org/ • • • • • • • • • YOUTH

What’s Going On: 15 August 2021

PRAYER SERVICE FOR HAITI On Wednesday, August 18 at 1 pm, join the prayer service in person at St. Elizabeth Church or via a livestream. • • • • • • • • • AUGUST SOCIAL JUSTICE MEETING Deacon Chris and Cathy Woodson will facilitate the Social Justice Committee meeting on Wednesday, August 25 at 7 pm.

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What’s Going On: 25 July 2021

WELCOME TO THE PARISH Baby girl Bahati was born on May 15, 2021. Her family came to the US in 2018 from a Tanzania refugee camp. Her family are members of St. Elizabeth. Pierre and his family arrived in Richmond on June 29, 2021. They are from Bujumbura, Burundi. ST. ELIZABETH SCRIPTURE CLASS

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What’s Going On: 18 July 2021

INTRODUCING SAINT ELIZABETH'S EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY Tusome Pamoja is a special program spearheaded by Liz Wiznerowicz and Kenya Gray to serve our students in the Umoja community. Students who had long interruptions in their formal education can receive a personalized ESL curriculum from our Private Satellite School Program. Classes and activities start Tuesday July 13. We

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Painful Legacy of Indigenous boarding schools

At the June Social Justice Committee meeting, a parishioner talked with the group about the discovery of mass graves at former residential schools for indigenous children in Canada. With the 160 more graves discovered on Penelakut Island, the total number of graves identified in Canada since early June has risen to at least 1300. Indigenous

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Nehemiah Action 2021

The following city officials said they will attend the Nehemiah Action on Tuesday, March 23: Councilpersons Lynch, Robertson, Jones, Addison and Jordan and Richmond Chief of Police Gerald Smith. (Mayor Stoney decided not to attend.) When a city official commits to attending the Nehemiah Action, RISC tells them the questions we will ask them

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What is Nehemiah Action?

The Nehemiah Action is the main event for RISC's year-long community organizing. RISC – Richmonders Involved to Strengthen Our Communities - is made up of congregations from Richmond, Henrico and Chesterfield. St. Elizabeth is a member. Last year, RISC members voted to focus on two very important issues: increasing affordable housing and decreasing gun

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