Congratulations to the graduates of the 2021 Scripture Study Class lead by our very own, Rita! 2021 Class members: Buzzy and Caroline Lawler, Walker and Cassandra Bland, Mike and Shelly Anderson, Sue Holt, Beverly Bryant, Phyllis Booth, Francis Pope, Connie Hom, Janet Stern, Debbie Boisseau, Kathleen Sullivan, Rose Costanzo, Katherine Crowl, Rosemary Overton, Karen
It is time for a new parish directory with YOUR photo. You can schedule your photo session on Tuesday, June 22 or Wednesday, June 23. To schedule your appointment: 1) Visit www.ucdir.com 2) Click on the box on the right side of the homepage entitled “photography appointment scheduling login” 3) Enter your church code: va116
O God, since you have given us Mary, the Mother of your Son, to be our mother and our queen, grant that we, who crown her image, may attain the glory of your children in the kingdom of heaven. We ask this through Christ our Lord. R: Amen For May Day, we were blessed
St. Elizabeth celebrated a beautiful Easter service. What made it special was we welcomed into the Catholic faith (and our parish) Helena and Rod. Helena and Rod diligently attended Mass at the church when we opened with limited capacity. Chris and Beng conducted their important RCIA studies on Zoom. Mark and Connie proudly sponsored them.
Thank you to the St. Elizabeth parishioners who came to the church to pick up their palms. Our volunteers enjoyed seeing everyone. Parishioners received palms, a prayer booklet for Holy Week, and a special blessing from Father Jim. You can see a schedule of services for 2021 Holy Week on our website at https://stelizcc.org/lent-2021/
Holy Rosary Catholic Church is hosting a Virtual Lenten Rival on March 22 at 6 pm. You can join this free event on Zoom. Open Zoom and enter the Webinar ID: 893 4994 3458. If prompted, enter the Passcode: 610136. To join by phone, call (301) 715-8592. Enter the Webinar ID and passcode. If
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
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
St. Elizabeth celebrated Phyllis' 94th birthday. Parishioners did a car rally, virtual sing-along on Zoom, and a big birthday cake.
March is an important month in our year-long journey with the congregations who are members of RISC. We have been marching - virtually - to increase affordable housing and decrease gun violence in Richmond. You are welcome to walk with us. It is as simple as logging onto our Zoom meetings so you are