Adult Discipleship Opportunities
SJB provides amazing study programs, speaker series, activities and events that help the whole person grow into the person God created them to be. These opportunities include human formation, spiritual formation, intellectual formation and pastoral formation.
Alpha is an evangelization program that is designed to appeal to and welcome those outside of the church. Its purpose is to aid guests to experience a relationship with Jesus. This program presents and encourages guests to examine the basic tenants of the Christian faith, pray and accept Jesus as their Savior. Upon completion of Alpha, guests are encouraged to continue to deepen their faith through RCIA, and other faith enrichment programs offered at SJB.
Contact: Jessica Balzarini (651) 633-1540, ext. 1228 or email@example.com
Wanting to learn more about the Catholic Faith? Join Men’s Fellowship for camaraderie, video presentations and discussions on a weekly basis throughout the year. Men’s Fellowship is a great opportunity to know that you are supported in the Catholic Faith by other men. See the parish bulletin for upcoming presentations.
Sunday Morning Scripture with Sister Clarinda
What is Sunday Morning Scripture with Sister Clarinda? This is frequently on the minds of people in the parish. Often, we come to Mass following the busyness of the morning preparations and have not had enough time to focus on what is being read. It is important that we hear what God is saying to us in all of the readings.
Every Tuesday morning after the 8:30am Mass, we gather in Room 204 to spend some time listening to the upcoming Sunday readings and studying what the Spirit is saying to us. After the discussion we take a few moments to reflect in silence. Our session lasts for about an hour and ends with song and prayer. Everyone is invited to come as often as they can.
Winter Scripture – The 3 letters of Johannine & Introduction to the Book of Hebrews
Among the books of the New Testament, the Letter to the Hebrews stands out for its rhetorical and theological brilliance. It is arguably the greatest Christian sermon ever preached or written. Its author deserves to be revered as the patron saint of preachers. He has presented the essential claim of Christian faith that Christ died for our sins in a persuasive argument with a deep emotional appeal. One way to introduce this book is to describe Hebrews as a sermon in written form, of uncertain origin, intended to encourage perseverance in Christian faith. The author describes his work as a “message of encouragement. Classes begin January 9/10
The Catholic Watchmen gather monthly for food, fellowship and formation. They focus on becoming better fathers and husbands so as to better serve their families and the community.
Thinking about becoming Catholic or just wanting to learn about Catholicism?
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church warmly welcomes you as you continue on your Faith Journey!
An Archdiocesan Evangelization and Prayer ministry occurring once per month at St. John’s. Encounter God in Praise, Adoration and Prayer Ministry.” Charismata is a time of prayer where the abundance of God’s gifts and graces are poured out onto His people. There will be time to encounter the Lord more deeply. Receive prayer for life’s tough situations. All are welcome.
Contact Jessica Balzarini (651) 633-1540, ext. 1228 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All women are welcome to devoted. Come, be encouraged and inspired through wine, chocolate, dynamic speakers and prayer.
Over 175 Prayer Ministers call on the power of Community Prayer for unity, peace and special intentions. Join them from home.
Contact Deacon Gary Schneider at email@example.com or call the Parish Office (651) 633-8333
Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute
The Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute is an ongoing information resource for Catholic adults of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis who wish to deepen their knowledge of the Catholic faith and further their spiritual formation. Classes are held at the St. Paul Seminary and parishes around the diocese.
Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute (651) 962-6890 or see the website.
Living the Divine Will Prayer Group
This prayer group prays and reflects on “Living in the Divine Will” as given to Blessed Luisa Peccarreta by the Lord over many years of her life. Prayer groups meet monthly on the first Thursday of each month to follow a set prayer structure along with reflections on Blessed Luisa’s writings.
Contact Deacon Gary Schneider (651) 633-8333 or firstname.lastname@example.org