Mass Times

“Preparing His Way in Hope, Love, Joy and Peace.”


St. John the Baptist Faith Family invites you to join us for a season of hope and anticipation as we await and then celebrate the birth of our Lord.

To ensure the safety of all attending Mass this Christmas and to maximize the capacity of our worship space registration is required.

We encourage you to register early. When a Mass has reached its capacity the registration will close for that Mass.

May God grace you with a truly blessed and peace-filled Christmas.


To prepare our souls for the birth of Christ, priests from around the Fond du Lac and Sheboygan County area will hear confessions throughout the day on Wednesday, December 9th at Holy Family Church in Fond du Lac.

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Celebrating Mass

Immaculate Conception

Tuesday, December 8


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Christmas Masses

Christmas Eve - December 24

3:00 PM - View Live-Stream

5:00 PM - View Live-Stream

Christmas Day - December 25

7:30 AM - View Live-Stream

9:30 AM - View Live-Stream

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Joy to The World

Christmas Giving Project
November 28 - December 21

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and School wants to make local and thoughtful connections through our Advent giving. This year our SJB faith family is partnering with the Sheboygan County Food Bank (SCFB) and Habitat for Humanity Faith Build project in Plymouth. We are collecting non-perishable foods for the SCFB and monies for Habitat for Humanity starting the weekend of November 28. At the church entrance, there will be white boxes for non-perishable foods and wooden mangers for monetary donations.

Together, with our local community, we hope to help ensure this Christmas is truly blessed and joyful for everyone we call a neighbor.


Guidelines for Attending Christmas Masses

We have carefully developed a plan that is designed to protect the well-being of every person who gathers in our church building. We know that we can count on your patience and good cheer as we implement these adjustments required due to Covid-19.

Please note the following guidelines for coming to Mass

At Church:

Doors will open 60 minutes prior to the start of Mass.

Please plan to arrive early.

Everyone, age 5 and older, able to medically tolerate a face-covering, must bring a face mask that covers the mouth and nose and the mask must be worn at all times inside the church building.

Enter church only when your entire group has arrived. After entering please wait until an usher guides you to the seat(s) reserved for you. You will only be seated when your group is together.

After Mass:

Following the closing hymn, please wait for the ushers to dismiss the church row by row. Social distancing should be observed as you leave. Please do not stop and congregate.