If you are interested in becoming a member of any of our parish ministries listed below, or would like additional information, please contact the individual listed under that specific ministry or call the parish office at 610-847-5521.
Cancer Support Group: Meets the 3rd Saturday of each month, 9am. Contact John Becker, 484-239-8093
Church Cleaning Ministry: Urgent need for “more hands” willing to give an hour or two, once a month. “Leviticus 15: Cleanliness is Next to Godliness.” To volunteer, please call the parish office and leave your contact info.
Evangelization Committee: The great missionaries, saints and doctors of the Church share a total consecration of their life and apostolate to the Blessed Virgin Mary. All great Evangelizations were profoundly Marian. The greatest “New Evangelization” after the time of Christ and the Apostles was the ministry of St. Francis of Assisi who “rebuilt” the Church. Through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, our Evangelization Committee works to spread the Gospel through active participation in our parish and community. Reaching out to all to bring about a deeper faith and relationship with God. If you would like to learn more, Contact Laura Gumprecht at firstname.lastname@example.org
CONQUEST for Boys & CHALLENGE for Girls: SJB Youth Groups for children in grades K-12. A fun & faith-filled program designed to build virtuous Catholic leaders of tomorrow. Click on our link below for more information or to register. Meeting on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of the month, 6:30PM – 8:15PM in the school gym. Contact Tony Luna or Christina Crews for more information. Visit http://www.conquestforchrist.com/
Flame of Love Rosary Group: Join us each Wednesday morning at 8AM on the Marian side of the church to pray the rosary. This Flame of Love is Jesus living in Mary’s Immaculate Heart. The effect of this Flame is to burn so brightly that it blinds Satan- freeing souls from his grasp. All ages are welcome and encouraged to pray with us!
Knights of Columbus: Knights are Catholic men, 18 yrs. and older who are committed to making their community a better place, while supporting their church. Being a Knight is more than camaraderie; it is being involved with your community; it is supporting your local Catholic Church, while enhancing your own faith; it is about practicing and enhancing your family life. Father Stommel Council #4545 is our local council serving St. John the Baptist RC Church and St. Lawrence RC Church parish communities. To find out more about us email Bill Saxton at email@example.com or speak to any of our Knights. You may also visit www.kofc.org for more information.
Men of Faith: All men ages 18 and over are invited to join us on Saturdays at 9am in the Marian Room. Men of Faith strives to better understand our liturgy of the day and scriptures of our weekend Masses. We pay no dues and we have no officers, If interested just show up. Leader Tom Keller, email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nitty Gritty Garden Club: Come and join our group, where we all share the same vision…creating an inviting, beautiful, and tranquil, place for all. We meet monthly and are responsible for the beautification of our parish gardens, including the Memorial Fountain Garden in front of our church. For more information, contact Mary Kosmin at email@example.com or Karen Parash at firstname.lastname@example.org
Old St. John the Baptist Preservation Society: Responsible for maintaining the building and grounds of the “Old Church.” Records and provides historical information on our parish cemetery which was founded in 1743.
Prayer Shawl Ministry: Our members crochet and/or knit shawls & robes for those who are ill, lonely or just in need of comfort such as caregivers. We also give a baby blanket to each child of our parish at their Baptism. Our group meets monthly on the 2nd Monday, 7pm in the Marian Room. No need to register, just show up and take a seat at the table.
Pro-Life: Annual Pro-Life March bus trip to Washington DC is open to all parishioners of St. John the Baptist and St. Lawrence. Sign-Up for the annual “40 Days For Life” peaceful prayer vigil from 7am-7pm at the Planned Parenthood, 610 Louis Dr., Warminster. For more information on how you can help, contact Kevin Murphy, at 610-847-9942 or email to email@example.com