Mass is Where?

Mass is Where? For the weeks during construction, our popular Activity Center Dining Room was transformed into a sacred space for daily Mass. For daily Mass goers, it was a true community building experience. ...

Parish Celebration

Every August we celebrate in a grand way the Feast of our patron saint, St. John Vianney. After a beautiful liturgy, our parishioners and guests get together for food and fun! We are truly blessed with our Parish Life team and such a large and active community of parishioners and volunteers. Join us next time. Everyone’s invited!...

Joseph’s Coat Celebrates 30 Years!

Never lacking volunteers, Joseph’s Coat has been providing funds for the parish’s Social Ministries as well as emergency assistance with clothing and other items to families in need in our area since December 1987. To all volunteers who have faithfully served at Joseph’s Coat throughout the years our most sincere gratitude and appreciation!...

New Parishioner Night

[gallery link="none" ids="15143,15142,15144"] Do you remember when you first joined St. John Vianney? If so, you probably went to a New Parishioner Night reception on a Sunday evening. This is a great opportunity to meet other new parishioners, learn a bit about the history of our parish and about its various ministries and activities. If you have never attended a Night… plan on coming to the next one! [gravityform id="50" title="true" description="false"]...

An Adventurous Journey

Parishioners have built lasting friendships and fun memories while experiencing the transforming power of God’s Word with The Great Adventure Bible Studies. New classes begin this fall. We invite you to journey with us!...

The Journey Makes Us One

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the ritual process by which non-Catholic and unbaptized adults learn and begin to assimilate Catholic belief and tradition. It is a ritual because there is an order or path which guides inquirers; it is a process because Initiation is ultimately about one’s relationship with Christ and his body, the Church, and cannot be “programmed”. ...

Serving at a Lenten Dinner

For our Lenten Dinners and Tuna Fish Fridays we average 700+ each Friday and it takes many helping hands to serve our hungry parishioners and friends. Pictured are some of our Choir Volunteers serving at a Lenten dinner. Thank you to all our Lenten meal volunteers! [gravityform id="50" title="true" description="false"]...

Celebrating Life

SJV began hosting our annual Walk for Life in 2013 with about 60 parishioners who participated. We walked and prayed the Rosary for Life in Terry Hershey Park with Deacon Randy Graham. We have since outgrown the walk with over 200 participants last year. ...