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.
Every Friday during Lent (except Good Friday), St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and School sponsors fish fries. Proceeds help support both school and parish-related activities through a cooperative effort with group volunteers who donate desserts and work serving, busing, and cleaning. Volunteers are needed to organize everything from the kitchen and dining room coordinators to advertising. Kitchen workers/cooks are also needed.
The Welcome Table is a fellowship dinner held every Tuesday evening at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Plymouth. Area churches and organizations provide, prepare and serve the meals. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and School volunteers sponsor the meal six times per year. Volunteers prepare, serve and share in the meal.
Opportunities for involvement include Altar Server, Church Art and Environment, Folk Choir, Jubilation Choir, Youth Choir, Eucharistic Adoration, Eucharistic Minister, Greeter, Lector, Rosary for Life, and Usher.
Opportunities for involvement include Bereavement Ministry, Compassionate Hearts Ministry, Prayer Shawls, Prayer requests, St. Vincent de Paul Society and The Welcome Table and Zeru Zeru.
Opportunities for involvement include Christian Women, Knights of Columbus, Adult Basketball, Adult Volleyball, Friends Are Blessings.
Opportunities for involvement include Children’s Liturgy of the Word, Youth Mission Trip, St. John the Baptist School, Youth Faith Formation, Vacation Bible School, High School Basketball (LTAA).
Opportunities for committee and team involvement include Adult and Youth Faith Formation, Building and Grounds, Cemetery, Human Concerns, Prayer and Worship, School Board, Stewardship, Fish Fry Team, Road America Team, and Parish Office Help.
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.