See City Deanery Update

Welcome to the See City Deanery Update!

This newsletter is for the parishes and parishioners of the See City Deanery of the Diocese of Jefferson City.

The See City Deanery is comprised of parishes in and around Jefferson City, including all of the parishes in Cole County as well as sections of Callaway, Osage and Miller counties, click here to see a map.

You will receive these updates periodically to keep our Deanery informed about events happening at our parishes. The goal is to help foster collaboration and cooperation between parishes — and to share resources to help all parishes thrive as they reflect the light of Christ in our deanery.

Please share the items included in these updates with your parish — by including them in your bulletins, sharing on social media or just passing to your fellow parishioners.

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Parish Leadership Deanery Meeting

You are invited to join others from our deanery for a Parish Leadership Deanery Meeting on June 4, 6:30 – 8 p.m. To ensure we have adequate hospitality, please RSVP using this link:

The meeting will take place in Cana Hall at the of Cathedral of St. Joseph, 2305 W Main Street, Jefferson City.

Please forward this invitation to anyone who is in a leadership position in your parish. If there have been any updates in your parish leadership (new council chairs especially) please forward this information to, so we can update our lists accordingly.

Please also mark your calendar with the dates of these future meetings. All meetings are 6:30-8 p.m.

  • Sep. 3, 2024
  • Nov. 12, 2024
  • Feb. 25, 2025
  • June 3, 2025
  • Sep 9, 2025
  • Nov. 4, 2025

Seasons of Hope Grief Support Group

A new grief support group is being offered to everyone in the See City Deanery. It will meet at 2 p.m. on Wednesdays from June 12 to July 17 in the church cry room at St. Martin Church. 

The Seasons of Hope Grief Support Group is for you if any of these statements are true:

  • You are looking for friends in Christ to share your journey of sorrow.
  • You’ve been trying to figure out the meaning of your grief.
  • You want to get on with life but haven’t been able to.
  • You find comfort in the teachings of Christ.
  • You are open to new ways of coping with your grief.
  • You don’t want to feel alone anymore.

Please RSVP for the group by May 27. Contact the Parish Office at 573-893-2923 or by email at

Pews & Brews

Pews & Brews is a young adult ministry that focuses on the spiritual and social well-being of young adults ages 21-39.  We usually meet at 5:30pm on the first Monday of the month for Adoration, Confessions and Mass at 6pm at St. Martin Parish.  After Mass we enjoy catechetical formation and fellowship at Last Flight Brewery.

Upcoming dates for Pews & Brews are June 3, July 1 and August 5.

Please scan the code or use the link to register for text notifications so you don’t miss anything:

Join us for the Ordination Mass | Únase a nosotros para la Misa de las ordenaciones

All the faithful of the diocese are invited to RSVP to join us at the Cathedral of St. Joseph at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 1, for the Ordination of Rev. Mr. Christopher Hoffmann to the Priesthood, in the Order of the Presbyterate, and Mr. Gregory Clever to the Order of Deacons.

Seating is limited and may fill up. If you plan to join us, please let us know as soon as you can at

Social media and bulletin graphics in English and Spanish are available in the link below.

En Español: Les invitamos a participar de la ordenacion sacerdotal del diácono Christopher Hoffman de la parroquia San Vicente de Paul en Sedalia y Sr. Gregory Clever al orden de los diáconos. Una gran oportunidad para ser testigos de esta celebración tan especial, para felicitarlo y mostrarle nuestro apoyo como comunidad Hispana.

Confirme su asistencia:

Para más información contacte al Diácono Enrique Castro al (573) 635-9127 o por correo electrónico a