Thank You for the Masks

Hello parish mask suppliers:

We wish to thank you for the generous donations of masks you have provided to St. John Nepomucene during this time of the COVID virus. Please know how grateful we have been, and continue to be, for this much-needed gift. The masks are being used at all of our Masses!

Some of you have donated several different amounts of masks of different sizes, shapes, styles and colors. Some of you have donated financially for the disposable masks. It is wonderful to see our parishioners pull together for a common cause in these difficult times! May God bless all of you for your generosity.

We continue to pray for the safety of all of our families.

In Christ,

Deacon Bruce Corey
Pastoral Associate

Service Project for Pillars – Help Needed

Do you have a group (family, card, bowling, etc.) that is looking for a service project?

We are looking for those people to fill a March, June, September and December time slot. Our parish serves a meal on the third Wednesday of the month at Pillars (located at 400 North Division Street in Appleton) from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. A group of five (5) people work nicely.

At this time because of COVID-19, you can choose to go to Pillars and prepare and serve a meal provided by Pillars. Or another choice is to prepare and deliver a meal made in your home.

Finally, you may choose to make a monetary donation towards a meal for the third Wednesday.

Training is available! Please contact Toni Ellenbecker at (920) 740-0811 if you have an interest, if you have any questions or would like additional information.Thank you!

Adult and Children Cloth Masks Needed

St. John Nepomucene is in need of more cloth masks for adults and children (nosepiece inserted please, if possible).

If you are able to help with this cause by making some cloth masks for the parish, we would be very grateful for your generosity!

You may provide them to the parish office and if you have any questions, please call: 788-9061.

St. John Home & School – Hometown Christmas Craft Sale Canceled

It is with heavy hearts that St. John Home & School Association has decided to cancel its 2020 Hometown Christmas Craft Sale due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Craft Sale was to be held on Sunday, November 8, 2020. It was to be our 35th year sponsoring this wonderful event.

We hope to make the Hometown Christmas Craft Sale an annual event again in 2021!

We anticipate returning on Sunday, November 7, 2021.

If you have any further questions, please send an email to: