Getting Involved


We are so glad you are here and thank you for your interest in the ministries of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. We are looking forward with great expectation to all that God will do through the many ministries listed here.

It is our hope that you will listen to God’s lead and sense God’s direction for your life as you browse through the list. You may be looking for a place to use your gifts in service or a place to grow through the various study and service opportunities. We have many fellowship events planned that will encourage new friendships and make way for a whole lot of fun.

Please don’t hesitate to contact anyone of our staff members or ministry leaders with questions about these opportunities.

Blessings and Shalom,

Father Joe Aufdermauer


Pastoral Council

The Pastoral Council helps to direct and listen to the concerns and health of the parish. It acts as an Advisory Board for the Pastor, staff and commissions. The Council consists of 12 members. Each member serves a 3 year term (up to 2 consecutive terms). Each year, there is a new group of 4 open positions. Discernment for Council starts in the spring. In June the new members start and the old members leave. In order to be a member, you must be a registered member of the parish and have received the sacrament of Confirmation.

Date: 1st Thursday of the month (except July)
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Seton Hall (lower level)
Contact: Dave Knoll, 414-421-5300

The Pastoral Council is responsible for the following areas of Ministry (click each to learn more):



Finance Council

The Parish Finance Council meets monthly to review the monthly financial statements and any other important financial facts. We compare the monthly data to that of the prior year and our current budget. A detailed parish budget is prepared annually. A report to the Archdiocese regarding the financial activity for the parish is also prepared annually.

Date: 3rd Tuesday of the month
Time: Monthly – 7 PM
Location: Parish Office
Contact: Otto Radke

A financial background as well as an understanding of the long term needs of the parish are beneficial for volunteer disciples.

The Finance Council is responsible for the following areas of Ministry (click each to learn more):