Because of YOU…There is HOPE
SOCIETY OF ST VINCENT DEPAUL
Where: St. Henry Wehage Hall located at 3813 Dixie Highway; Elsmere, KY 41018
When: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Time: 8 AM to 3 PM
What: Ozanam Orientation is a program designed for all Vincentians, not just new members. If you have not attended in the past, you should attend.
Come – Join us in a spiritually focused day!
We are “more than a can of beans.” Come and explore what it really means to be a Vincentian. This orientation is participative learning and sharing from materials provided by National SVdP.
Instructors for this training: Deacon Mike Lyman (St. William), Dennis Coyne (St. Barbara)
Send an email to Deacon Mike Lyman (Ozanam Coordinator) deaconmikelyman1@
Please provide the following in your email:
Position – if you are an officer in the Conference, please state your title
RESERVATIONS DUE – April 16, 2018
SPACE LIMITED TO 36 PARTICIPANTS
For more information, contact: Deacon Mike Lyman at 1-859-806-4440 or your conference president.
Thanks for all of the wonderful support from our parishioners.It is most appreciated! We are asking for some assistance with fans and small air conditioners. Thanks again.
Our SVdP officers for 2017:
1) President, Kathy McDonough
2) Vice President, Elaine Roberts
3)Treasurer, Patti Merz
4) Conference Secretary, Diane Pettit
Who We Are:
Our Saint Vincent De Paul Society (SVdP) was started in 2004. It has grown over time and has added a food pantry which services clients throughout Grant County. Currently the conference meets every second Wednesday of the month at 7pm in Leveaque Hall.
Officers of the conference are Joyce Lyman, President; Mary Tom Clemons, Vice President; Patti Merz, Treasurer; and Diane Pettit, Secretary.
The mission of SVdP are threefold. First is the development of spirituality for the SVdP members. Second is care for those in need through charity and justice. Third is the development of christian community and friendship for the members.
News from the Group
St. Vincent de Paul Needs Your Help!
Our food pantry struggles to keep peanut butter, jelly and crackers on the shelves. This high protein convenience food needs no refrigeration or cooking, making it easy for families. Most kids love it, so it’s also a staple for low-income families. However, it is one of the more expensive foods to donate, and so contributions never keep up with demand. If each parishioner or family donated one jar of peanut butter, one jar of jelly and one box of crackers, what a difference we could make! Please leave your gifts on the table in the gathering area. Your generosity is appreciated. Thanks. “For I was hungry, and you gave me food.” Matthew 23:35