• Mass Times

    Mass Times

    Saturday Vigil  5:30 pm
    Sunday  7:30 am, 9:00 am, 11:30 am
    (Rosary during school year Sunday 11:00am)
    Sunday Contemporary Youth Mass  5:30 pm
    Daily 7:30 am (time may change for a holy day)

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  • We Are One Body

    We Are One Body

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  • Movie For Families with Teenagers

    Join us for a special screening of Screenagers, growing up in the digital age. Read More
  • Gospel Meditation

    Sunday, September 22, 2019 / 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time Read More
  • Communications: Stay in the Know

    Add the Parish app to your mobile device. (This does NOT replace the Ministry Scheduler Pro app "M".)   Read More
  • Safe Environment

    St. John the Baptist Catholic Church is committed to providing a safe environment for everyone who comes to the parish and school, and we work diligently to ensure all volunteers, faculty and staff have undergone safe environment training, background and reference checks. Read More
  • St John's Parish Council Corner

    Parish Council Corner In an effort to improve communication and provide transparency to all of you, Parish Council would like to introduce its members and share what we do, and how you may become involved! Members: Mike Metzer Stewardship & Community Life Pillar Chair Bill Kinser Formation & Catechesis Pillar Secretary Grayson Van Horn Property Board Tim Tippit Finance Board OPEN School Advisory Council Inslee Bennett Outreach Pillar Betty Brinkman Read More
  • Catholic Schools Opportunity Scholarship Fund

    Catholic schools have educated many generations of young Catholics, forming them in faith, virtue, knowledge and a readiness to serve. They have breathed life into parishes and communities and, most importantly, drawn children into deeper communion with Christ and the Church. It is precisely because of these benefits that the Catholic community today must continue to invest in the future of our children and their schools. Archbishop Coakley asks for Read More
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Mission Statement

We are a Catholic Christian Community, called to be faithful, caring, enthusiastic disciples. We build up the Kingdom of God by worshiping and praising Him, proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ in word and witness, giving loving service to our neighbor, and strengthening the parish community.