​    We are proud to have our Catholic School serving children in 4-K to 5th
Grade!  Our 5th Graders are encouraged to attend St. Luke's Catholic        
    School for 6th, 7th & 8th grades.  

   We are currently taking registration for Fall 2017. Contact the school for            information or to schedule a tour.
                Visit the school website at 
                                 or call the school office at 588-2021.  


                             RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM   

Classes are held on Wednesdays beginning September 21.
Gr. 1-5 from 6:15-7:15pm
Gr. 6-10 from 7:30-8:30pm
Classes for our Confirmation Candidates, grades 10 and 11, are held once a month on Sundays, 6:00-9:00pm.

       Click below for this year's Religious Education Calendar


       Contact Angie Pulvermacher by email:
              or call her at the parish office (588-2028) or 574-1880 for
                  more information or to help as a catechist.


Adult Faith Formation

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) - sessions began in September.  Please call the parish office for information regarding this process.  (588-2028)

The RCIA is the process by which men and women become members in the Catholic Church. 
                                    Formation includes several areas:
                                       ~Scripture: stories of God’s people
                                        ~Teaching: what Catholics believe
                                          ~Prayer: how we communicate with God
                                            ~Liturgy: how the community worships
                                              ~Mission: How we live out what we believe

    The process is for adults who…
      ~were not baptized and wish to be baptized in the Catholic Church
      ~were baptized Christians (in another faith tradition) and want to become a Catholic
      ~were baptized Catholic but have not received First Holy Communion and/or Confirmation

The RCIA process at St. John/St. Luke begins in the Fall and concludes with the celebration of the Easter Vigil. Beginning or completing the RCIA process is strictly up to the individual.

St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
We are a Eucharistic Community called together to celebrate our Catholic faith. As a welcoming community of God, our mission is to provide an environment that  enriches our spiritual, personal and social growth through prayer, education, outreach and fellowship.              
- Joint Parish Mission Statement (November 2010)