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Mass Schedule

Saturday
5:15 PM (Organ/Cantor)
Sunday
7:30 AM (Spoken)
9 AM (Contemporary / *Children's Liturgy of the Word) - Child Care Available
10:45 AM (Choir / *Children's Liturgy of the Word) - incense - Child Care Available
12:30 PM (Organ/Cantor)
2:30 PM (3rd Sundays only - Filipino Mass)
5:15 PM (EXALT Praise Group) 

* Children's Liturgy of the Word breaks for the summer

* Child Care is available at the 9 & 10:45 AM Masses in the Parish Center behind the church. Enter through the side door.

Daily
8:30 AM - Monday to Saturday

Confessions

Saturdays: 4 - 5 PM
First Fridays: 9 - 9:30 AM & 7 - 7:30 PM
Special Times during Advent and Lent.
 
 
 
 

Contact Us

Mailing Address:
St. John the Evangelist Parish
689 Ritchie Highway
Severna Park, MD 21146

Parish Office:
410-647-4884
410-544-3047 (fax)
Faith Formation:
410-647-4892
Youth Ministry
410-647-3346
St. John the Evangelist School
410-647-2283
Convent:
410-647-2041

General Email:
church@stjohnsp.org

New Preaching Series!

The Magi followed the star and made the journey to encounter the Christ-Child. The journey is as unique as each individual with encountering God being central. But there's more! For four weekends, starting with the the Feast of the Epiphany, Fr. Jim, Fr. James, & Fr. George will reflect on The Power of Vision and the experience of the Magi and how it applies to our parish vision and, more importantly, into the vision of the Christian who desires to follow the Lord. 

Week 1:  Being Called to Worship

Week 2: Being Formed in Service and Friendship

Week 3: Being Formed in Faith & Holiness

Week 4: Being Sent to Share and Proclaim

Our Vision Statement: St. John the Evangelist is a vibrant Catholic community that beings people to Christ, forms disciples, and sends them forth to transform the world. Every member faithfully commits to:

  • Worship God
  • Serve Others
  • Form Friendships
  • Mature in Faith
  • Grow in Holiness
  • Share One's Gifts &
  • Proclaim the Gospel!

St. John's News Feed

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Parish Email Blast - January 13, 2017

Parish Email Blast - January 13, 2017

1/13/2017 12:50:06 PM EST
6 days ago
Our Preaching Series continues this weekend as we focus on Forming Disciples in Community by committing to serving others and forming friendships. Come, be part of the whole series, and bring a friend! Check out this weekend's...

Funeral Mass for Michael Bosler -Revised

Funeral Mass for Michael Bosler -Revised

1/19/2017 4:15:26 PM EST
10 hours ago
Please note correction to date: Fr. James Boric will celebrate a funeral Mass for Michael Bosler (78) on Saturday, January 28th at 10:30 AM.  Arrangements are being handled by Kalas Funeral Home, where visitation will take place...

Funeral Mass for Michael Bosler

Funeral Mass for Michael Bosler

1/19/2017 4:03:33 PM EST
10 hours ago
Fr. James Boric will celebrate a funeral Mass for Michael Bosler (78) on Saturday, January 28th at 10:30 AM.  Arrangements are being handled by Kalas Funeral Home, where visitation will take place on Friday, January 27th from...

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Fall Offertory Program

Take the Next Step in Forming Disciples!

Great things are happening at St. John the Evangelist! We thank everyone who has stepped up and so generously given of their time, talent, and treasure to  help us fulfil our purpose: "to form disciples of Jesus Christ who joyfully live out the Gospel." Please take a few moments to read over our financial reports. I encourage you to "take the next step" in setting aside a portion of your income, the "first fruits," to support the ministries of our parish. We have much to be celebrate, but even more to do as we more forward in raising up disciples of Jesus Christ who are committed to building his kingdom. If you are currently giving 2% of your income, consider taking the step to 2.5 or even 3%; if you are giving 3%, consider 3.5 or 4%. Just as importantly, we ask that each member make a commitment to actively participate in Mass each week, commit to some service within the parish, and to "reach out" in service to the greater community as well. May God bless you as your grow as disciples of Jesus Christ!

Fr. Jim Proffitt, Pastor

Parish and School FInancial Reports - FY 16

Letter from the Parish Finance Council Chair

Giving Charts page 1

Giving Charts page 2