St. John's Care Ministry
Neighbors helping neighbors. Volunteers from St. John’s Care Ministry can help you or your loved one with -meals - housekeeping - respite - errands - prayer and fellowship - companionship and activities - finding resources for home repair, personal care, and more.
For more information, contact a priest, deacon or Eucharistic minister, or email [email protected] and leave your name, phone number, general location, and type of help needed. A volunteer will call you back within a week.
Volunteers are welcome and needed! No minimum obligation- just help as you are able.
Email: [email protected] for more information or to request to sign up.
We do not provide financial, medical or transportation assistance, but may be able to connect you with resources.
To provide volunteer care, prayer, support, fellowship, and connection to parishioners in need of domestic assistance.
“The soul that will go to Confession and receive Holy Communion shall obtain complete forgiveness of sins and punishment.” Diary 699
The Divine Mercy Group meets every Friday from 3:00 to 4:00 to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet, Rosary, Stations of the Cross, and other devotional prayers. We also pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet daily after the 8:30 am Mass. We celebrate the Divine Mercy Feast Day the Sunday after Easter as declared by Pope John Paul II.
Please join us for pray and an abundant outpouring of Jesus' Divine Mercy.
To bereaved parish families and their guests we offer an after-funeral, or after-internment celebration of life reception in Mercy Hall. Food is gifted - made or provided by our Reception Committee members at no cost. This support and compassion is Christian goodwill done by a few on behalf of all St John's parishioners.
If you are interested please contact Marie Taylor Ministry Head
Email at: [email protected]
The Legion of Mary is a lay apostolate serving the Church and our neighbors
We glorify God by living lives of holiness, rooted in prayer and active co-operation in Mary’s and the Church’s work. In addition to various charitable and apostolic works, the three "praesidia" of the Legion of Mary at St. John's meet weekly for prayer and discussion.
For more info please contact:
Mary Bowes: (540) 439-0340
The Secular Franciscan Order was established by St. Francis of Assisi more than 800 years ago. Our purpose is to bring the Gospel to life where we live and where we work. We look for ways to embrace the Gospel in our lives and try to help others to do likewise.
The Sacred Heart of Jesus Secular Franciscan Fraternity has resumed its gatherings on the 3rd Sunday of each month at 1:30pm in Mercy Hall. All Professed Members are encouraged to attend. Guests and Inquirers are also most welcome. For additional information, please call Anne Tinsdale OFS at 540-497-1781 or send email to [email protected].