Ladies' Guild Mission Statement
To support and enrich the life of our St. John's Parish Family through fellowship, outreach, and spiritual activities.
Our meetings are held on the First Tuesday of the month @7pm in the Parish Hall.
Activities we host include:
Receptions: Confirmation, First Communion, Easter Vigil and Midnight Mass
Fund Raisers: Mardi Gras Pancake Dinner and Fall Craft Fair
Parishioner Events: St. John Feast Day Ice Cream Social and St. Nick Fest
Community Service: Giving Tree, Christmas Shoppe, and Thanksgiving Baskets
Spiritual Contributions: Stations of the Cross, Provide Rosaries in Narthex, Marian Retreat,
and Statue for Prayer Garden
Charities We Support: Sisters of Christ's Light in India and Sisters of St. Joseph
in St. Augustine, FL.
We invite all Catholic men 18+ to join our Brother-hood team.
Members meet the 4th Tuesday of each month.
Council Officers meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.
If you have any questions please contact
Grand Knight, Herman Pundt:
Or click below to check out their website
Please join FR Rafael and the Respect For Life Committee on the
1st Friday's of the month after the 8am Mass to pray for the culture of life.
We begin with the Benediction followed by the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet.
If you have any questions please contact the Office.
The Respect Life committee is asking for donations of baby diapers and baby wipes. These items are distributed to families in need at the Woman's Shelter as well as in our area.
Any diapers size newborn to size 6
Thank you for your support, The Respect Life Committee
“Blessed are they who mourn; they shall be comforted.” (Mt 5-4) The Bereavement Ministry provides support to families in their most difficult days when mourning the loss of a loved one. We believe that “No one should grieve alone.”
We provide receptions following funerals relieving the families of the stress of that task. When needed we will provide Greeters, Eucharistic Ministers, and Readers for the liturgies. As we expand our ministry, we look forward to providing more assistance to the families after the funeral and in the days ahead. We want them to realize they and their loved ones are not forgotten by their parish community.
If you would like to assist us by providing food, helping serve food or being part of the liturgy, we look forward to your participation.
The Health & Wellness Ministry
strives to provide information to parishioners to enable them to live their lives in good health as long as possible. We are part of Baptist Health’s Faith Based Ministry program which works with area churches offering timely health updates on issues that affect the quality of life.
Anyone interested in this topic is welcome on our committee. No training in health professions is required, just a desire to help improve the overall health of our parish community. We especially look forward to new ideas to help us meet the needs of our parishioners.
Ministry Coordinator: Jeanne Dias @email@example.com
Event setup /takedown
Help planning events
Help coordinating events
If you would like more info or to join this ministry please contact
Fr Rafael or Terri McMurtry
If you are calling is as a decorator. Volunteer to help decorate and prepare the Sacred spaces of our church for Liturgical celebrations throughout year to enhance the beauty of the Mass.
Volunteers are called to nurture and nourish the Church plants/flowers located immediately outside the front doors
of the church.
We would like to invite you by Joining us in solidarity @ St. John's Marian Chapel every Wednesday at 6pm praying the Rosary and Divine Mercy.
Let us show our love for Christ through love of Mary and grow closer to Our Lady, Our Spiritual Mother.
Rosary Prayer Group
In the Marian Chapel
This group is for men only