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 Saint John the Baptist has had an established Knights of Columbus Council since 1998.  The Knights of Columbus is an organization of Catholic Men, age 18 and older, and their families.

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.


This association serves parishioners 50 years and older.  The Golden Eagles is organized for social, spiritual, and service purposes, and promotes the well-being of its members. 

Parish Volunteer Brigade is a group of parishioners that are willing to pitch-in.


Rosary Makers for Our Lady meet on Thursday evenings, 7:00 – 8:30 PM.

All supplies are furnished and instruction provided.  Rosary Makers supply rosaries for the Operation Mission Rosary Project, which supplies rosaries to needy missions across the world. For more information please contact:


Penny Rainaldi
(801) 446-7520

The parish Cub Scout Pack invites boys in grades one through five to join the Scouting Program. The pack meeting is held monthly, with individual dens meeting for various activities throughout the month as well. 

 Scout Leader:


Nikki Mehan

We support Girl Scout troops from Kindergarten through 12th grade.  Meetings vary and are dependent upon the individual troop. 


Ruth Penderghast @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Boy Scout Troop 1966 is a joint troop between Blessed Sacrament Parish and Saint John the Baptist Parish.  Boy Scouts are boys at least 11 years old and have completed the fifth grade.  Boys of all faiths are welcome.  Boy Scout Troop 1966 meets at Blessed Sacrament Parish.  

Troop Leader:

Sean Barvera; 801-793-3254,This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Catholic Business Network has three goals:

  1. to facilitate the development of contacts and relationships, both inside and outside the Catholic community, that will result in increased business and employment opportunities for its members
  2. to promote ethical business practices and Catholic values in the workplace, and to provide members with opportunities to develop business and leadership skills
  3. to provide members with opportunities to “give back to their community.”