We’re so glad you are interested in St. John’s Catholic Community! We strive to help you develop a deeper and growing relationship with Jesus. Our mission is, “Together we love, serve and share our faith.” We follow Jesus’ words of “love your neighbor” allowing us to be a place of mercy and hope where everyone feels welcome and accepted. Our stewardship programs provide opportunities to share our time and talents, whether helping to facilitate Mass, guiding our young people, assisting in our food pantry or any number of other ways. We share our faith joyfully to whomever wants to learn, no matter their circumstance.
“Father Ron is nice and kind, and he gives me lots of smiles.”Violet Vosters, age 5
St. John Nepomucene Catholic Community began in 1836 in a humble bark-covered wigwam along the Fox River in a place known at the time as “La Petite Chute” with the arrival of Reverend Theodore Vanden Broek. The parish is the second oldest in the Green Bay Diocese.
Through guidance from Jesus and our leadership, acceptance of our roles and support for one another, we are empowered to move forward confidently, courageously and united in carrying out our mission.