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Are you interested in joining one of our bible studies? Click here to provide your name and contact info and we will help you find the right one for you!
The Ladies Association of Saint John the Baptist parish is dedicated to the support, empowerment and education of Catholic women in our parish community, through spirituality, leadership and service.
The Ladies Association gathers monthly, and by the means of our spiritual and social events, unites the Catholic women of our parish; offers family support and provides spiritual enrichment. There are no dues, no sponsorship necessary and no monthly commitments. Through our mission and supporting sub-committees, we embody the Christian principles of faith, hope and love.
- The Family Support Sub-committee provides meals to sick and grieving families.
- The Hospitality Sub-committee welcomes new parishioners to Saint John the Baptist Parish, coordinating with the pastor, parish staff, ministry and parish leaders.
- The Community Service Sub-committee coordinates with parish and local community leaders to identify and assist with social justice activities and projects.
The Saint John the Baptist Ladies Association is affiliated with the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women and the National Council of Catholic Women. For more information email [email protected] or click here to provide your name and contact info.
Led by parishioners Teresa Harke & Jeanelle Young, the Catholic Moms & Kids group is a fantastic way for young moms and their kids to get more involved in the parish. Email [email protected] to get involved or click here to sign up for text/email updates from the group!
If you are over 50, considering joining the Golden Eagles group. The Golden Eagles is organized for social, spiritual, and service purposes, and promotes the well-being of its members. Email [email protected] or click here to sign up for text/email updates from the group!
The purpose of the ACTS weekend retreat is to invite the retreatants into a new or deeper relationship with the Lord and with other faithful women and men through Adoration and daily prayer; Community awareness as a member of the Body of
Christ; Theology encouraging more study of our faith and God’s word; and promoting the virtue of Service to our Lord and one another. This three day and three night retreat, culminating in a Mass with the parish, brings the retreatants to a better understanding of God’s love for them while also developing their need to share that love with others through their involvement in a faith-centered parish community. The next ACTS Retreats are being planned for 2022:
Women's ACTS Retreat: April 21-24, 2022 - click here to sign up to learn more
Men's ACTS Retreat: May 12-15, 2022 - click here to sign up to learn more