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The Hub of our service to those in need.
Saint Anastasia/Saint Mark Conferences
Pam Barclay, President
Saint Bernadette Conference
Lori Batren, President
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Conference
Caroline Schiffgens, President
Saint Lucie Conference
Laverne Siters, President
Holy Family Conference
Mary Beth Farrell, President
In The Arms of St Vincent
"Vincentians regard the Conference as the paramount unit of SVdP life. It is at this grass-roots level that the great majority of Vincentians find themselves engaged in the person-to-person service of those in need. It is the environment in which members develop and nurture a common spiritual life, where they grow in their closeness to the Lord through their encounters with him in the needy. The fundamental Vincentian action is their involvement together with persons and families in need."
"For most Vincentians, this person-to-person work has been associated with a Conference operating within a Catholic parish. It is the natural nesting place for faith-motivated Christians who wish to band together on a journey with the poor. It is the structure wherein their faith is nourished and renewed, a natural gathering of people similarly motivated. Yet the richness of this Christian experience is not confining or limiting, so Conferences do spring up in other settings, such as at high schools and universities, and shelters, and so forth. The Society's Rule allows for great diversity in the formation of Conferences, including around people of similar professions or cultural interests"
Our parish based conferences are designed to serve those within certain geographic boundaries as follows:
St. Anastasia Parish, 34947
Assistance Hot line: 772-465-4551
Northern: St. Lucie and Indian River County Line
Eastern: Atlantic Ocean
Southern: Okeechobee Road to the intersection of Georgia Avenue continuing east to Atlantic Ocean
Western: St. Lucie and Okeechobee County Line
St. Mark the Evangelist Parish, Fort Pierce 34982
Established: March 7, 1972
Assistance Hot line: 772-465-4551
Northern: Georgia Avenue extended to the shoreline of the Intra coastal Waterway and westward to Okeechobee Road, thence on Okeechobee Road to the Okeechobee County Line.
Eastern: Intra coastal Waterway from Georgia Avenue extended south to White City and Weatherbee Road.
Southern: Martin-St. Lucie County Line eastward to the Florida East Coast Railroad track, then northeasterly along the Glades Cutoff Road to Midway Road, easterly to Weatherbee Road extended to the Intra coastal Waterway.
Western: The Okeechobee County Line southward from Okeechobee Road to the Martin County Line.
St. Bernadette, Port St. Lucie 34986
Assistance Hot line: 772-344-1233
Boundaries as October 24, 2000
Northern: Midway Road
Eastern: Florida Turnpike
Southern: Juliet Road and the C-24 Canal
Western: Glades Cut-off Road
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, Port St. Lucie 34953
Established: September 1, 1993
Assistance Hot line: 772-879-1559
Northern: Juliet Avenue extended on the west to the Florida East Coast Railway tracks; Juliet Avenue extended on the east to the Florida Turnpike.
Eastern: The Florida Turnpike form Juliet Avenue on the north to Canal 24 on the south and then along Canal 24 to the North Fork of the St. Lucie River to the western boundary of Harbour Ridge, south along the western boundary of Harbour Ridge to the southern boundary of Harbour Ridge, then east along the southern boundary of Harbour Ridge to Gilson Road then south along Gilson Road to the St. Lucie-Martin County Line on the south.
Southern: The St. Lucie-Martin County line extended west to the Florida East Coast Railway tracks.
Western: The Florida East Coast Railway tracks from Juliet Avenue extended on the north to the St. Lucie-Martin County Line on the south.
St. Lucie Parish, Port St. Lucie 34983
Assistance Hot line: 772-878-8474
Northern: State Road 712 from the Florida East Coast Railroad track on the West to the Intra coastal Waterway on the East.
Eastern: Intra coastal Waterway from the Southern city limits of Port St. Lucie extended on the South to State Road 712 extended on the North
Southern: The Southern city limits of Port St. Lucie extended from the Indian River on the East to the North Fork of the St. Lucie River on the West; St. Lucie-Martin County line from the North fork of the St. Lucie River on the East to the Florida East Coast Railroad tracks on the West.
Western: The Florida East coast Railroad tracks from State Road 712 on the North to the St. Lucie-Martin County line on the South.
Holy Family Parish, Port St. Lucie 34952
Assistance Hot line: 772-335-8621
Northern: From the present southern city limits of Port St. Lucie from the North Fork of St. Lucie River east to the Indian River.
Eastern: Indian River from the present southern city limits of Port St. Lucie extended south to the St. Lucie-Martin County line extended; and the western extremity of Savannas State Preserve from the St. Lucie-Martin County Line south to Commercial Street.
Southern: St. Lucie-Martin County line from the Indian River west to the western extremity of Savannas State Preserve; Commercial Street extended from the western extremity of Savannas State Preserve west to St. Lucie-Martin County Line and North Fork of St. Lucie River from the St. Lucie-Martin County Line west to Commercial Street extended.
Western: North Fork of St. Lucie River from the southern city limits of Port St. Lucie south to Commercial Street extended and St. Lucie-Martin County Line from Commercial Street extended south to North Fork of St. Lucie River.
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