For over 150 years, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church has served the spiritual needs of the people of Plymouth, Wisconsin. Our parish is an active and vibrant Catholic congregation blessed by the Lord to be working together to establish God’s presence in our church, our school, and our lives.
We rejoice in the fact that our parish proudly embraces over 2,400 parish members - encompassing 1,050 families - all integral to our faith community.
At St. John the Baptist, all are welcome to stand in the light of our Lord! 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 More
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.
For over 150 years, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church has served the spiritual needs of the people of Plymouth, Wisconsin. Our parish is an active and vibrant Catholic congregation growing strong in our faith of God. We rejoice in the fact that we have over 3800 parish members - including 1400 families - in our community of faith.
We are blessed by the Lord to be working together to establish God’s presence in our church, our school, and our lives. At St. John the Baptist, all are welcome to stand in the light of our Lord!Meet our Staff Sacraments
Knights of Columbus Council 1789 is honored and proud to have Fr. Subi join the 118 members, and their families, who support both St. John the Baptist and St. Thomas Aquinas parishes. Fr. Subi said ” I am very happy to join the Knights as I know what they do and how much they help people in need around the world.” Fr. Subi was reminded that the Knights are here to support him and his efforts to strengthen our parishes through faith in action with the focus on the pillars of the Knights; Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism.
The St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery serves as a symbol of the extended community of believers, a community unbroken by death. It stands as a reminder of the need to prepare throughout our lives here on earth for that life which is to come and to pray for the repose of the souls of those who have gone before us. Our parish cemetery is holy ground. It is a refuge for remembrance, prayer, service, and peace.
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