A MAN CALLED OVE
by Fredrik Backman
November 17th at 7:30pm
Enter through the main door
All are welcome!
Meets (mostly) on the third Thursday of each month, September through June. See above, or the weekly bulletin, for the current selection.
All are welcome! If you are interested in the book, please feel free to join us at the meeting. No membership is required!
Holy Name Society
The Holy Name Society of Saint Anselm Church is a fraternity of Catholic men dedicated to promoting the values and teachings of the Church.
The Society meets on the second Sunday of the month, from September to June, at 9 AM in the Rectory Basement Conference room.
At our monthly meetings we enjoy light refreshments and engage in prayer, spiritual study, and discussion.
In addition to our monthly meetings the Society sponsors the following events:
♦ A monthly Food Collection in support of the Saint Anselm Food Pantry
♦ Blood Drives for the New York Blood Center
♦ A Clothing Drive for the Saint Vincent de Paul Society
♦ An Essay Contest for the 8th Grade students of Saint Anselm Parish
For more information contact the parish office.
Living the Word
Come and explore the Bible in the Catholic Tradition. All are welcome.
Join us in Colbert Center (use rear entrance of school) on Wednesdays @ 1:00pm & 7:30pm (Sept. to May).
Brother Robert Duffy, Moderator
Book and videos are available on a variety of spiritual and theological topics for adults and children.
The library is located in Colbert Center (Use rear entrance of school).
Open: Wednesdays 7:00pm (Sept. to June)
The Publicity Committee covers events that take place in St. Anselm Parish. Members take photos and write up brief articles regarding each event. Photos and articles are displayed on our Church Bulletin Board in the Main Vestibule and are published online. As of June 2013, the Committee has maintained a photo history of Parish events which are displayed at Sunday Socials and online. The committee also reaches out to local papers to make the Bay Ridge Community aware of events occurring in our vibrant Parish.
If you are interested in joining the Publicity Committee please contact either Robert Kassenbrock or Eileen Loughlin at (718) 238-2900.
Respect for Life
Respect Life Committee at St. Anselm Parish was initiated in September 2011. The primary goal of this committee is to create and sustain respect for all human life at every stage of existence, from the moment of conception to the moment of natural death, and in every situation.
Over the past two years the committee has implemented several parish activities to help achieve its stated goals, such as benedictions and Masses for Life, spiritual adoption of a pre-born baby and in June 2014, a mass for life will be celebrated, co-sponsoring with the Holy Name Society a collection of baby clothes and toys to help families in need, and becoming involved in legislation.
The Respect Life Committee welcomes parishioners to become members and join us in planning new ideas to achieve the goals of the committee. Come and explore! Meetings are held every first Monday of the month at 7:30 PM in the rectory.
Ushers (Ministry of Hospitality)
Recognizing the importance of communication between St. Anselm and our parishioners, and heeding to the call of parishioners at the PPC’s Parish Assembly, we are proud to have a current new website. We encourage usage of this site as a way to access information and to keep in touch.
The St. Anselm Workforce Ministry is a committee of the St. Anselm Parish Pastoral Planning Council. The Workforce Ministry, which began in 2008, is comprised of parish volunteers. The mission of the Workforce Ministry is to provide parishioners, the members of the Bay Ridge Community and beyond with the knowledge and tools necessary for finding employment, changing careers or starting their own business.
Our event partners have included the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow, The Brooklyn Economic Development Corporation and the Small Business Development Center.
Past Workforce Ministry events covered topics such as job sourcing information, resume development, and effective interviewing strategies for finding employment or changing careers. Additionally, other events to start a business included panel discussions with small business owners and writing a business plan.
The coordinator is Mary Gelormino.
Young at Heart Service Club
Meetings held each Monday from 10am to 1pm in the school building. Activities include bingo, parties, and trips. Craft Club Wednesdays from 10am to 12 pm. If you are interested in joining, please call 718-238-2900.
WELCOME TO ST. ANSELM YOUTH ACTIVITIES !!
Mailing Address: 356 - 82 Street, Brookyn, NY 11209
Office # (718) 745-2027
Office Address and Hours: 365 - 83rd Street
Monday: 11am -2pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 8am -11am; Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED
St. Anselm Youth Activities is a Catholic organization that is run under the supervision and with the permission of St. Anselm Roman Catholic Church. Membership in our Programs is open to all children regardless of domicile or religion. The intent of the various programs we offer is to enrich our children’s lives. We offer a wide and diverse list of activities, which are meant to be a learning experience for all of our children. This experience should teach them the values and beliefs that will prepare them to be good Christian adults.
We welcome you to become a part of the St. Anselm family.
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StAnselmYouthActivities
Click on the links below for more information about:
|Basketball||Teen Club||Girl Scouts|
CHILDRENS' HALLOWEEN COSTUME DANCE PARTY
Saturday, October 28, 2017
11am-1:30pm ~~ Meletia Hall
$15 per child; $20 per adult (children 2yrs and under FREE)
We strongly recommend registering on-line
mark grade as "K"
Some dates to remember:
Childrens Halloween Party Saturday,October 28, 2017
Christmas Workshop - Wreathmaking - Sun Dec 3, 2017
Easter Bunny Brunch Sunday, March 18, 2018
20th Annual YA Golf Outing Friday, June 1, 2018