Every woman of our parish is automatically a member of the Altar Society. To learn more about what we do and who we serve, please click the Altar Society Page link below...
There are three ministries that help our Parish Office Staff with the many tasks they perform to support our Church; they are:
Volunteer Parish Receptionist - The parish receptionist is a volunteer position. Responsibilities include answering the phone, taking messages, assisting the parish secretary with mailings and various other jobs around the office.
Liturgical Book Assembly - These volunteers assist in assembly of the Christmas and Easter booklets for the congregation.
Substitute Money Counter - These volunteers assist assist in counting weekly tithing contributions.
|Contact||Monnie DeHart, Parish Secretary
The mission of our parish Liturgical Arts Commission is to enhance our sacred space so as to enrich prayer and worship in order to foster vibrant and formative liturgies that deepen our relationship with God, and each other as the body of Christ.
|Contact||Robert Noble, Director of Liturgy & Music
St John's men's ministry is focused on making disciples! "As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another." That's how Proverbs 27:17 describes our relationship with each other and with God.
As a disciple, we are called to strengthen our relationship with Jesus and the Holy Spirit! So thru 2016 and into 2017 we are hosting a 14 session in-depth look at the Holy Spirit, called Wild Goose!
Wild Goose is a term used by the ancient Celts for the Holy Spirit.
The mission of our Homebound Ministry is to bring Jesus Christ, in the form of the Most Holy Eucharist, to parishioners of our parish in good standing with the church, who are homebound, hospitalized or incapacitated in some way that they are unable to attend mass.
|Contact||The Parish Office or Deacon John Teague
We understand that group Rosary prayer is an optimal way to learn and pray the Rosary.
In Sacred Scripture, Our Lord says: "For where there are two or three gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them" -Matthew 18:20 This verse is often quoted to show the power of group prayer and it certainly includes praying a group Rosary. Furthermore, many popes have encouraged group Rosaries.
The St John's Rosary Group meets every Tuesday morning at 8:00 AM in Assumption Chapel. Everyone is welcome to pray with us, please come join us.
Our parish Bible Study covers a wide variety of topics to include scripture study. Come join us each Friday (usually when school is in session) at 9:30 a.am. in Marian Hall. Also watch the bulletin for more specific information or click the More Info button below.
Our parish Welcoming Committee is always looking for new members to help us in our Hospitality Ministry to visit, call, welcome and assist new parishioners into our St. John Nepomuk family. The ministry includes serving coffee & donuts after Sunday masses once a month.