Directory of Ministries and Organizations


Organizations

Al-Anon meetings are for the relatives and friends of alcoholics. The meetings are on Monday mornings at 10:00 AM in the Redemptorist meeting room.

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The purpose of the Art and Environment Committee is to decorate the church for the seasons of Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter and Ordinary Time thereby providing a prayerful atmosphere for our worship of God throughout the seasons of the year. Member...

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An organization joined together under the patronage of St. Teresa of Avila to pray for religious vocations as their apostolate. A holy hour held the first Monday of every month begins with the 9:00 AM Liturgy.

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Lent is always a time to re-focus our lives. During this sacred season members of our staff make a presentation on various faith topics after the 9:00 AM weekday Mass from Monday to Friday.

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The Finance Committee meets with the Pastor to discuss the stewardship of the praying community of St. John Neumann. Parishioners with financial backgrounds are encouraged to see the Pastor regarding participating in this group.

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St. John’s staff visits homebound parishioners on the first Friday of each month or within the week of the first Friday. The secretary or staff member calls to confirm the time of their visit and staff members deliver the Eucharist.&n...

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Friends in Faith are groups of between 4 and 10 people who meet on a regular basis to share their faith. It is an opportunity to get to know fellow parishioners on a deeper level and to learn from one another the influence of God&rsquo...

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This group meets the last Wednesday of the month from 8:00 to 9:00 PM in the Chapel to pray before the Blessed Sacrament for the needs of the parish as expressed in the Petition books, prayer petition slips and our website. All are inv...

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The Knights of Columbus is the largest order of Catholic laymen in the world. It was founded in New Haven, CT by a parish priest, Father Michael J. McGivney. The Knights are guided by four virtues: Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patrio...

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The Legion of Mary is a worldwide organization of men and women who perform spiritual works while placing themselves under the banner of Mary. Members meet weekly on Thursday morning following the 9:00 AM Mass to pray the rosary, recit...

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Volunteers help with the five annual Fish Fry dinners during Lent. The last Fish Fry of the season is a special day of fasting for the needs of the poor. In addition we donate to the poor and needy, the gross amount of the money from t...

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The Liturgy Committee is comprised of representatives of the various lay ministries of the parish. They meet every three months to review scheduling and recruiting of new lay ministers for the parish.

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NFP can be used to achieve or postpone a pregnancy. This method of family planning is scientifically based, highly effective, and acknowledges God’s plan for married love. Married and engaged couples attend a series of four class...

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The St. John Neumann Parish School of Religion is the religious education program for children in grades one through five. Children meet every Monday night from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at Sts. Joseph and John School from September through Apri...

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Our program teaches the young children how special they are in God’s love. During our hour we read a story, have a short lesson, and complete a craft and sing. We have lots of fun - just ask the children! Four and five-year olds meet ...

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This program offers religious instruction to children and adults with special needs. They meet on Monday evenings from 6:10 to 7:10 PM at Sts. Joseph and John School. Children and adults from nine parishes participate. There is us...

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SJN Saint Vincent DePaul gives assistance to members of our community when emergencies occur or a need exists. We assist in keeping food on the table and help with other expenses. We are involved in the Back to School drive in August a...

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Addresses issues of concern to us as Christians such as social issues that impact the family and all of us as individuals; Respect for Life, the Homeless, the poor and the hungry. We currently take and share a dinner twice a month at Procop...

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Sts. Joseph and John Interparochial School is an integral part of St. John Neumann and St. Joseph Parishes whose life flows to and from Sunday Eucharistic Worship. We are dedicated to sharing the Good News of the Love of Jesus and to i...

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Our summer program, held in the morning for one week, allows students in kindergarten through the sixth grade to have a fun, faith-filled and vibrant experience. Bible stories, fun to do crafts, lively music, and yummy snacks make up t...

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Women’s Spirituality meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month with breaks throughout the year and all women are welcome at any time. Women’s Spirituality is a great way to meet and form supportive relationships with other...

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The Worship Commission meets every quarter to reflect on the worship experience of our praying community. The Worship Commission helps the parish to be centered in prayer and the Eucharist while providing feedback and guidance regarding the quality o...

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Boys and girls soccer, basketball, and track. Girls softball, volleyball, and cheerleading. Boys football, wrestling and baseball. Open to students in grades 5 - 8 (4 - 8 track only) who attend either Sts. Joseph and John School or PSR.&nbs...

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