Whether you are visiting us for a brief time, looking for a new parish home, returning to the practice of your Catholic faith, or are interested in finding out more about the Catholic Church, we are happy to have you here.Learn about our Faith Family
Our parish community extends God’s love and mercy to all. If you or a loved one needs prayers, a home or hospital visit, grief support, or financial help your faith family is here for you.
People just like you coming together as a family of faith, to grow together and help each other. You will find many opportunities for volunteering and fellowship at St. John the Baptist.
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and School has a long history as a vibrant Catholic community in Plymouth, Wisconsin.
Find out more about the events and activities at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and School
St. John the Baptist Faith Formation program offers opportunities for youth to encounter Jesus, to learn what the Catholic Church teaches, to discover how to live the faith in their daily lives and to share the Good News of the Gospel with others.
St John the Baptist and St Thomas Aquinas parishes share a twinning relationship with ZeruZeru, Inc. a charitable organization that exists to support the Mary Mother of God of Perpetual Help Center, located in Lamadia, Tanzania. ZeruZeru, Inc., is a nonprofit organization helping the mission to protect children with albinism and to spread awareness about the discrimination that Tanzanian people with albinism are faced with.
It has been 15 years since our last census. We’re updating our records so that we can better communicate with you and serve you!
Who needs to participate in the census? EVERY HOUSEHOLD! Even if you think we have all your current information, we still want to hear from you as we gather information and learn more about our parish community. This will help us provide better services and programming options for our parish.
How do I participate? Use the link below to complete the census online, it’s quick and easy to complete. You can also use the PDF link to complete the census, print it, and return it; drop it off at Mass, in the collection, or at the parish office.
What questions will I be asked? You will be asked for the best contact information to reach you. We would also like to know who lives in your household or has since moved out within the last 15 years. We are also requesting demographic information as recommended for parishes to better meet the needs of their community.
What is the deadline? July 30, 2021.
So, will you please take five minutes to tell us about you and those in your household?
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