St. John the Baptist Church
For more than 150 years St. John the Baptist Parish has served the needs of the people of Plymouth, Wisconsin. Located west of downtown Plymouth, 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 3,800 parish members (over 1,500 families) in our community of faith. We warmly invite you to come join in our celebration of Mass, and find out more about our parochial school. View Annual Report.
Prepare for Advent with the Sacrament of Penance - NEW
The Sacrament of Penance will be held on Monday, December 9 at 6:30pm St. Thomas Aquinas in Elkhart Lake and on Tuesday, December 10 at 6:30pm St. John the Baptist, Plymouth.
Christmas Giving Tree Project
These programs are open to anyone who is in need. Donations are distributed to families within our parish as well as other families in our area. Learn more about the Wish List Program, the Christmas Holiday Cheer Program, the Hat, Mitten and Scarf Collection, the Winter Clothing and Blanket Collection, and the Homemade Cookie Collection.
Ho Ho Ho! Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus - December 15
The Knights of Columbus will hold their 19th annual Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus in the St. John the Baptist Church Hall on Sunday, December 15, from 8:30am - 12:00 pm. The All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast features pancakes, french toast, eggs, ham, and sausage. Cost for adults: $8.00; children 7-12: $4.00; children 3-6: $3.00; children under 3: Free. Event is sponsored by St. John the Baptist's Knights of Columbus for the benefit of St. John the Baptist 2013 Mission Trip.
Holy Day and Holiday Mass Schedule
2014 Mission Trip Details
Learn more by visiting the SJB Faith Formation page.
What Does Evangelization Mean For Me?
The New Evangelization is a process in which we come to grow in a greater knowledge of our faith. In doing so, we are able to live out our faith in a greater way. Finally, by being a living witness to our faith in the world we will help others to draw closer to God and His Church. The New Evangelization is an opportunity, a pilgrimage (journey) to rediscover the joy and confidence of believing in our Lord and to enthusiastically profess that faith as a true encounter and relationship with Jesus Christ. Transmitting the faith means to create in every place and time the conditions which lead to his encounter between the person and Jesus Christ. Essentially, the New Evangelization will that will help all the youth as well as adults to come to know the faith, to live the faith out, and to be able to speak about the faith with confidence to invite people into the Church. Learn more!
Faith Formation (Religious Education)
Register today for Faith Formation (Religious Education).
St. John the Baptist School - Register Today!
School Registration is now open for grades 3/4K – 8th for the 2013-14 school year. Stop in, call the school office (920) 893-5961. View registration information. As a Catholic school, we at St. John the Baptist believe that by entrusting your children to us, we share with you as parents a special partnership. We join together in the challenge of nurturing God's love in your children. Learn more.
In today's society where religion is banned from the public school classrooms, our religious education program becomes even more important as a means to increase the fullness of our faith, beliefs, and traditions. St. John the Baptist offers both youth and adult Religious Education. Contact us for info.
We, the faith community of St. John the Baptist Parish, believe that we are called daily to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ: to learn, to share, and to live the message of Jesus. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we recognize that we are unique with diverse gifts from God and that we are to develop these gifts to nurture and strengthen our faith community.
May we always see a symbol of our growing faith in God, and may St. John the Baptist continue to intercede on our behalf.
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