Arts & Environment
Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA)
Loaves & Fishes
Religious Education Advisory Committee (REAC)
Knights of Columbus
Adult Faith Formation Committee
Loss of Spouse
Children's Shopping Spree
School Advisory Committee (SAC)
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Funeral Lunch Ministry
Home and School Association
Seasonal Item Collections
Senior Care Ministry
Parish Pastoral Council
St. John's Annual Super Sale
Pastoral Care Commission
Easter Egg Hunt
Early Childhood Faith Formation
St. John's School Jubilee 2017
Children's Liturgy of the Word
Sick and Homebound
We Care Weekend
Child Care for Events
Elementary Youth Faith Formation
Growing Through Loss
Holy Family Prayer Group
Vacation Bible School and SON Days
Depression Support Coalition
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
Sewing Baptism Gowns
Cultural Outreach Committee
Parish Resource Guide
Essential Piece Invitation
Isn't it a wonderful thing that we're all different? Each of us has strengths and skills to share. And when we link our individual strengths together, we're invincible. Can't imagine us without you.
We invite you to consider how you might want to be involved at St. John's. To assist you with choosing where you might want to serve, we offer to you these following 6 steps:
Don't pray about "if" you should serve, pray about "where"!
2. Investigate the Options
Take advantage of the Ministry Fair. Feel free to call the contact person to find out more about a ministry. Even if you have served in the same area for years, become familiar with other areas of service so you can remain open to other ministries.
3. Discover Your Gifts
Your Spiritual Gift is the inner motivation and power given by God to accomplish His will for your life.
4. Consider Your Strengths
In addition to your Spiritual Gift, your natural abilities can inform your choice of service as well.
Life experiences can give you insight and sympathy to help others through similar situations.
Special knowledge such as medical training, technical skills or construction expertise can open doors for ministry.
Talents such as musical, artistic or athletic ability can and should be used to glorify God.
5. Ask Your Friends
Serving with others you know can be a great way to enjoy fellowship. But don't limit yourself. Volunteering together can also be a great way to meet new people.
6. Do Something!
Even if you aren't sure what to do, sign up for something. God will bless your willingness and you'll gain more wisdom in the process.
If you're interested in volunteering at St. John's, we invite you to fill out the following form and we will be in touch with you. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church wholeheartedly welcomes your time and talent in our various ministries. You are vital to the growth and outreach of our parish. Bless us with your participation!