GUPPY GULCH WATER PARK NOW OPEN TO FAMILIES (12 & up)!! August 22 We will be taking a bus to Guppy Gulch and now all family members 12 and older are invited. Guppy Gulch has a blob for launching people, zipline, waterslides, floating trampoline, floating climbing walls, floating obstacle courses, paddleboards, and much more. Check it out at guppygulchcamp.com. Cost will be $35 per youth. We will leave promptly at 8:00 am (be here at 7:50 am!) by bus (and most likely some car pool) from St. John and return around 6:00pm or a little after. Everyone should pack a lunch and snacks, but there are some snacks for sale as well. Modesty is a must, so please wear a conservative one piece bathing suit or dark shirt and shorts. This is one you don’t want to miss! For further information and to RSVP as soon as you can please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org 410-848-8443 x238.
In the early hours of Friday morning John, Terri, Jonathan, Hannah and Nicolas Pierce lost their home to a devastating fire. As part of our Saint John parish and school family we have established the “Pierce Family Fund” to help provide for their needs over the coming months as they begin to rebuild. We will be taking a collection at Saint John next weekend, March 17-18th, at all Masses. You can also donate directly here: http://www.givecentral.org/location/508/event/15349Thank you in advance for your generosity and please keep the Pierce’s in your prayers.Posted by Mark Bialek on Saturday, March 10, 2018
My homily for Ash Wednesday as I called our Saint John parish family to a time of renewal. It's time to have a "burning in our soul!" Ashes are a byproduct of purification and becoming "the best version of ourselves."Posted by Mark Bialek on Wednesday, February 14, 2018