• Our Mission Statement

    "To find faith and share faith; to believe in the Spirit, and the Spirit's work in our world; to make one's life a gift to God, and to live as Jesus did."

Breakfast with Santa


Our annual Breakfast with Santa will be held Saturday, December 5, 2015 in the Parish Center.

Come have a great pancake breakfast and visit with Santa.  There will be many other activities and surprises!

We are collecting items for the White Elephant Sale so children may purchase gifts for parents, teachers, siblings and friends.  (Please no furniture, electronics or clothes).  Place your items in the bin in the vestibule of the church.

More information coming soon!


Spanish Mass


We will have a Spanish Mass every Sunday at 2:00 p.m. at St. John Church.  This is in addition to Spanish Mass celebrated every Saturday evening at San José in Lake Park.

Please help spread the word about this addition to our Mass schedule.  All are welcome!

Road Race and Carnival

The annual St. John School Road Race and Carnival will be held October 31st.  With the  theme of Super Heroes vs. Villains for both events, costumed capers will be going on throughout the day!  This year’s carnival will also be a “Trick or Treat” spot with candy being given at each booth.  Many events are scheduled.

Please help support our school!  For more information on the Road Race, events, and how you can help, check the bulletin or email one of the contacts.

Contacts:  Bethanie Bass(bethanie0716@gmail.com),                                                                                               Shannon Thomas(shannon.thomas05@yahoo.com)

Road Race Contact: www.stjohnroadrace.org or Pollyanna Bass (gatorette2000@yahoo.com)


HS Youth Retreat

Join our Catholic youth in a day of faith-building and fellowship. NET Ministries will hold a retreat for High School students, grades 9-12, Sunday, October 25, 2015. It will be held in the St. John Parish Center from 10am to 6pm. Mass will be celebrated at noon.  The cost is $20, which includes lunch, snack and a drink.

All high school students are invited!

For more information and registration, call the Church office ~ 244-2430

Blessing of Animals

The Feast of St. Francis of Assisi is October 4th.   St. Francis was so close to nature that it was said he could talk with the animals.  He gave all he had to help the poor.  In keeping with the spirit of St. Francis, a Blessing of the Animals will be held Saturday, October 3rd  at 10:00 a.m. at the St. Francis Center, 520 E. Mary Street.

Please bring your feathered, furry, hairy or scaly pets in a secure carrier or on a leash. Even if you don’t have a pet, please join us for the celebration!


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