Welcome to St. John Faith Formation.
If you have any questions please call the parish office at 715-352-3011.
The 2021 Pilgrimage for Life is not available for the youth to attend this year.
For information regarding resuming Masses at St. John the Baptist Parish, please see Father Tom’s letter here.
Prayer Needed during Challenging Times
Individual and family prayer are especially needed during challenging times such as these.
Families are invited to download a simple Prayer Card from the following link:https://diolc.org/catechesis/prayer/ Let us remember and be encouraged by these words from Scripture: “Cast all your anxiety on Jesus because He cares for you” (1 Peter 5:7).
Pictures from 2019-20 CCD and Youth MinistrySteubenville 2019 @ St. Paul, MN
Pictures from 2018-19 CCD and Youth Ministry
Summer Camp 2019 with Sister Mary Consolata and Sister Rosie
May 4, 2019, 16 youth received the Body and Blood of Christ for the first time. Many blessings to everyone.
Come Holy Spirit! Come Wisdom of God! Give us the courage to embrace the way of the Lord. Give us the courage to live our Catholic Faith
Pictures from the 2017-18 CCD and Youth Ministry. 2018 Pilgrimage for Life Group
Front Row: Maria Hackel, Catherine Bergs, Brady Lemmer, Stetson Lemmer, Kaden Goodwin, Back Row: Teresa Hackel, Kateri Hackel, Sara Lemmer, Dawson Lemmer, Ethan Lemmer, Carson Lemmer, and Mark Hackel
Keep the march and these pilgrims in your prayers.
St. John Home and School and The Streveler Memorial Scholarship Recipients
May 14, 2017
Miranda Myszka, Macey Wirkus, and Scott Lepak received The Home and School Scholarship
Alec Hafferman received The Streveler, Memorial Scholarship
Sunday, May 7–First Holy Communion
Please continue to keep them in your prayers that they will continue to have a desire to grow in their understanding of our Catholic faith.
1st Annual Marian Procession
After Games and Refreshments
Prom-April 29, 2017
It was good to see so many students attending Prom 2017 began the evening with Mass.
“We are called to Know God, to Love God, and to Serve God by our words and actions.”
Faith Formation is not only in the classroom but in everyday living.
St. John the Baptist Parish understands that it is the Church’s mission to help others grow and mature in their Catholic faith by providing the tools needed to live a faith-filled life. As parents, you are your child’s primary educators in Faith Formation. St. John the Baptist Parish is here to be your support system. We are committed to working with our families to help their children grow in a fuller understanding of this faith and, most importantly, to develop a real relationship between God the Father, Jesus the Son, the Holy Spirit, and themselves.
Faith formation is offered in many different ways throughout your child’s life. From religious education classes to sacramental preparation; from youth retreats to speakers, and so much more.
Families are encouraged to visit this site often to stay up to date on the programs, information, calendars, meeting schedules, registration for our programs, activities, and events.
Thank you for allowing us to share in the faith formation of your child.
Weather Cancellation for all Religious Education, Sacramental Preparation and Youth Ministry Events
If Edgar school is closed for the day or dismissed early, our classes and programs are automatically cancelled.
If deteriorating weather conditions make driving hazardous later in the day, classes and programs may be cancelled. The decision, in this case, will be made by 2:30 pm. Information will be made public through an announcement at school and our web page.
In all cases, feel free to call the office if you are unsure.
Serve God by our Words and Actions:
Volunteers are Always Needed!
Have you ever thought about helping children or teens grow in their understanding of the Catholic faith? Would you like to make a difference in the lives of young people?
God asks each of us to use our talents to help others grow in a deeper relationship with Him. Helping a child learn what that means through faith formation, sacramental preparation, and youth ministry events is a gift both given and received.
The programs at St. John the Baptist Parish are done by volunteers. Click here to go to the volunteer tab under Faith Formation (CCD) to find out all of the different ways to volunteer. Help us build a strong Catholic community, now and into the future.