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)

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


   We are currently taking registration for Fall 2020. Contact the school for            information or to schedule a tour.
                                                                    
                Visit the school website at http://stjohns-springgreen.org 
                                 or call the school office at 588-2021.  


                


                             RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM   

Classes are held on Wednesdays
Gr. 1-8  6:30pm - 7:30pm at St. Luke's School
 
Classes for our Confirmation Candidates - Grades 10 & 11 every week on Sunday mornings.  Each month they alternate - one month at St. John's & the next at St. Luke's.


Weeks at St. John's are from 9:30am - 11:00am

Weeks at St. Luke's are from 8:30am - 10am




       

RELIGIOUS ED PROGRAM       

Contact Ann Yanke by email:

ann.yanke@stlukecatholicchurchplain.com

608-546-2963  ext. 317
  for more information or to help as a catechist.

 
                                                    


Adult Faith Formation
                     

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


WHAT IS THE RCIA?
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

 WHO PARTICIPATES IN RCIA?
    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

HOW LONG IS THE PROCESS?
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.