“Wherever you are at on this journey of faith, the St. John the Baptist Catholic community is here to walk with you.”
What Sunday is to the week, Easter is for the year. It is our most important liturgy, celebrating Jesus victory over sin and death. And not only is Jesus now alive, Jesus is life itself and this life he shares with us. This is the Life that animates St. John the Baptist Catholic Community. We gather to worship in gratitude for all God has done for us and trusting in the promise of eternity. We grow in our discipleship. Each one of us is on a particular journey of faith. Each one of us has another step to take. We accompany each other wherever we may be on this journey. And we go in service. We have Good News to share, doing so with acts of love and compassion, caring for all God’s people, caring for God’s creation.
Easter Sunday is a day we welcome many people. There are those who are here every Sunday, for whom Mass is the highlight of the week and a source of strength for the coming week. We welcome family members and relatives who are visiting for the
holiday. We welcome those of other faith traditions who join their family members and friends today.
COVID has kept many people away from in-person gatherings. We welcome those who are now transitioning back to in-person worship. There may be other things that have kept folks away. If you are one of those joining us today, we are so glad you are here with us today. We hope that whatever has kept you away can be resolved, healed, or forgiven. If you are one of our neighbors without a faith community to call your own, welcome!
Wherever you are at on this journey of faith, the St. John the Baptist Catholic community is here to walk with you. Together, may we discover the presence of the Risen Lord who has promised to remain with us forever.