The weekly bulletin is the main vehicle for communicating the weekly events and meetings of the parish. If you have any information to be published in the bulletin, the deadline for receiving information is Monday at 12:00 PM in the Parish Office.
The newsletter is published monthly and contains informative articles from parish groups and committees, as well as provides the schedule for various ministries and activities in the upcoming month. Please have any information for the newsletter in the Parish Office by the current month's deadline.
The Mirror provides informative articles about events releating to our Catholic faith in the diocese, nation, and world. The diocesan newspaper is published 44 times a year and is provided to all registered households by the parish. Parishioners are asked to pay for their annual subscription to help offset the cost to the parish.
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Welcome New Members
SEAS Welcoming Committee invites all new parishioners to an orientation. On the 3rd Sunday of each month we will provide a walking tour of our facilities, introduction to staff, organizations and activities and answer your questions. Meet in SEAS Cafe after the 11:15 AM Mass.
Safe to Sleep Shelter
SEAS is looking for volunteers to help with Springfields Safe to Sleep Shelter. This is a shelter that opens each night inside a host church. They provide snacks in the evening and a breakfast, cots, sleeping bags and showers to the at-risk women in Springfield.
Two volunteers take turns staying up to ensure the safety of the ladies. There is zero tolerance for drugs and alcohol. Each woman is screened before coming and a full assessment is done to see if they qualify. A full night stay is from 7 PM to 8 AM. Partial night is from 7-10:30 PM or 5-8 PM
New Gym Open
I am very proud to say that our new O'Reilly gymnasium offers many opportunities for our parishioners:
- Kids' basketball and volleyball
- Evenings/ weekend basketball and volleyball
- Morning walkers, etc.
If any of you individually or in a group are interested in using our new gym, please call the parish office to schedule such an event. - - - Fr. Tom
Severe Weather Provision
As we enter the season of severe weather threats, SEAS has a safety plan in place. Should the sirens go off during services, ushers will check the weather radio to determine the level of threat. From the back of church, they will hold up a yellow card to indicate an alert/warning and a red card for the need to evacuate. Father will then give information to the assembly. Ushers are trained to move people away from windows to shelter in the hallways and bathrooms. People will be discouraged from leaving the building.
The Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau is committed to the protection of children and youth. Through the Diocese's Safe Environment program, more than 4,700 people have training to ensure a safe environment for our youth. Visit the following link for more information regarding Safe Environment