• Front View of Church
  • Seniors
  • Let's Pray


St. John Neumann recently finished a yearlong celebration of its 40th anniversary as a praying community.  Over the years, we have found the power of God working through the community prayer and the powerful intercession of our patron saint, Saint, John Neumann.

Read more…

Mass Schedule

7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm
Life Teen 5:00pm 

Weekday Masses
Mon - Fri. 9:00am
Tues - Wed - Thur 7:00pm
Holy Day
9:00am and 7:00pm, Vigil 7:00pm
Saturday 4:00pm - 4:30pm

View Maps & Directions

Daily Readings


  • Celebrate with Us


    Are you planning a wedding, a baptism, or first communion in the near future? We can help.

  • Join Us


    New or visiting SJN? Want to become a Catholic or return to the Church? We welcome you.

  • Pray with Us


    Do you need prayer or want to grow in prayer? Our praying community will walk with you.

  • Serve with Us


    Do you feel called to help those in need? Become part of SJN outreach.


Ponderings...Beyond the Homily


Let Us Know if you have anything you would like to see here!HtmlNoArticles

Read the Blog

  Catholic News

Investitures and Professions of Benedictine Sisters, Is It a Sin to Doubt God, and More Great Links!

By Tito Edwards | Investitures & Professions of 8 Benedictine Sisters in Missouri – Peter A. Kwasniewski Ph.D., New Liturgical Movement...

St. Matthew: From Publican to Apostle

By Marge Fenelon | I love the stories of how Jesus called his Apostles. When I read them in Scripture or hear them in the readings at Mass, I’m ...

What Saint Matthew Has to Do with a School’s Catholic Identity

By Justin McClain | Sept. 21 is the Church’s celebration of the Feast of Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist. How coincidental that, a few day...

Today We Celebrate St. Matthew, Extortionist and Apostle

By Thomas Craughwell | No one likes taxes. But anti-tax animosity was especially intense in ancient Israel during the first century of the Christian e...