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Mass Schedule

New Weekend Schedule effective June 1!

Effective June 1, 2017:
5:15 PM (Organ/Cantor)
7:30 AM (Spoken)
9:15 AM (Contemporary / Children's Liturgy of the Word) - Child Care Available
11 AM (Choir / Children's Liturgy of the Word) - incense - Child Care Available
2:30 PM  (3rd Sundays only - Filipino Mass)
5:15 PM (EXALT Praise Group)


UNTIL JUNE 1, 2017: 


5:15 PM (Organ/Cantor)


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 Mass
8:30 AM - Monday to Saturday


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:
410-544-3047 (fax)
Faith Formation:
Youth Ministry
St. John the Evangelist School

General Email:

Novena to the Holy Spirit

Runs May 26-June 3, 2017

The Apostles prayed the first Novena! A novena is nine days of prayer, and after the Ascension of the Lord Jesus into heaven, the apostles spent time waiting for the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. 

This year, St. John's will again be making a Novena to the Holy Spirit we put aside the period of May 26-June 3 as a time to "watch, wait, and pray" for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit in our hearts and in our lives. Each day at Mass we will pray the Novena following Communion as we focus on the gifts of the Holy Spirit in our lives. 

However, families are encouraged to make the novena at home. Parish groups are encouraged to pray the novena together as part of your meetings. The staff will be praying together each day as well. Individuals can privately make the novena.

We encourage you to make the Novena with the following intentions in mind:

  • A personal openness to an outpouring of the Holy Spirit in your personal life, that you might actively utilize the Spirit's gifts in your calling as a missionary disciple of Jesus Christ;
  • Our parish leadership, that the Holy Spirit may work through it (clergy, staff, and lay leaders) as we prepare to activate one of the first nine pastorates in the Archdiocese of Baltimore as part of the comprehesive pastoral planning project;
  • All who make up St. John's parish community, that our parish may be open to the Spirit that compels us to be a vibrant force in our world dedicated to making Jesus known to our neighbors as we strive to move from maintenance to mission-based priorities, living out the joy of the Gospel.

As we find ourselves in a pivotal time in our parish's history, let's keep the Lord and Giver of Life at the center of all that we do. Click the link to download the novena and pray it each day! 

Parish Leadership Application

We are seeking candidates for membership on the various collaborative bodies of St. John the Evangelist, as well as their associated committees: Pastoral Council, School Board, and Parish Finance Council. Click the link to learn more about the work of each body. If you are interested and feel God calling you to explore this further, please fill out and return the leadership application to the Parish Office to the attention of Fr. Jim Proffitt by May 15. 

Parish Leadership Application

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Parish Update - May 20, 2017

Parish Update - May 20, 2017

5/20/2017 7:45:46 AM EDT
2 days ago
May 20, 2017  New Mass Schedule, effective June 1: Saturday Vigil : 5:15 PM (Confessions 4-5 PM) Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:15 AM, 11 AM, & 5:15 PM Daily Mass: Monday-Saturday at 8:30 AM This week's bulletin...

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