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Serve God With Us

There are many areas at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and School where you can get involved. Whether you are looking for a short or long-term commitment, we are sure you will find something to interest you. Many of these activities and organizations offer an opportunity for fellowship and a way to help others in our parish and community.

2023 Winter Ministry Guide

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Celebrate Mass

We come together as the People of God, the Church, to worship with one heart and one voice. Opportunities for involvement include Altar Server, Children’s Liturgy of the Word, Church Environment, Contemporary Choir, Greeter, Jubilation Choir, Holy Dusters, Lector, Minister of Holy Communion, Liturgy Committee, Sacristan, User and Youth Choir.


Alive in the Spirit

Opportunities for involvement include Bereavement Ministry, Compassionate Hearts Ministry, Human Concerns Committee, Plymouth Food Pantry, Prayer Shawls, Mission Quilters, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Youth Mission Trip, and Zeru Zeru.


Growing in Faith

At St. John the Baptist we seek to develop and promote opportunities for parishioners to grow personally and deepen their relationship with Jesus. Opportunities for involvement include Alpha, Faith Formation Committee, Youth Formation Catechist, Small Groups, RCIA, Vacation Bible School, Walking with Purpose, Youth Masses.


Spiritual Life

In prayer you become one with the source of our true light - Jesus Himself.” - Pope St. John Paul I

Opportunities for involvement include Daily Rosary, Eucharistic Adoration, Rosary for Life, and Rosary, Prayers and More.


Fellowship in Faith

Opportunities for fellowship include Co-Ed Adult Volleyball, Christian Women, Fish Fry Team, Highschool Basketball, Knights of Columbus, Women Celebrate Coffee.



Opportunities for involvement include Building and Grounds Committee, Cemetery Committee, Finance Council, Pastoral Council, Stewardship Committee, Technology Committee, Trustee


Safeguarding All God’s Family

All staff, faculty, and volunteers working with minors, in our archdiocese and at St. John the Baptist Church and School, are required to attend a Safe Environment Education Session, pass a criminal background check and sign the Code of Ethical Standards.

Get Involved!

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