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New Member Registration Form

Welcome and thank you for taking the time to visit our website!  Ours is a vibrant and inviting faith family and hopefully, you find that reflected in these pages.  Consider joining us for Mass and other services that are all part of our rich liturgical life.   If you are joining St. John Neumann, or thinking about joining, consider investing some of your time in one or more of the ministries we offer.  Volunteering is a great way to meet other parishioners, to learn more about our community, and to enjoy the rewards gained from sharing your gifts and talents.   We are looking forward to seeing you at Mass and getting to know you better. New Member Registration Form

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Small Christian Communities

Catholics & their friends having conversations about faith.

Come to the Table   If you would like to join, please fill out this card and put it in the collection plate or drop off in the church office.  Looking forward to seeing you.

 

What are Small Christian Communities?

In this age of super sizing everything, including churches, it is easy to get lost in the crowd.  There is a hunger for a more intimate faith experience and small faith communities, where groups of 8-12 people come together to read Scripture, pray, reflect, and share their faith. In fact, this is nothing new.  Actually, it’s quite ancient.  The Epistles of Paul were written to and for the infant Church where Christians would meet in small communities, usually in someone’s home, with a leader who would guide the group in various prayers and faith sharing discussions.  It gave Christians then, and is still giving Christians today, an opportunity to focus on Christ leading us in our daily lives. Small Christian Communities (SCCs) are great for those who want a more mature faith life, one which is nurtured throughout the week.  Catholics accompanying each other on their pilgrimage of faith form the basis of small faith communities.  SCCs can also create lasting friendships and a sense of belonging and connection to the larger Church. Groups meet for six weeks and because groups can meet almost anywhere at any time of day, there is great flexibility for people to participate.  We use the readings from the upcoming Sunday Masses as the basis for discussion.  A resource with background reading and discussion questions is provided to each participant. We encourage our adult members to join a Small Christian Community as one way to reinvigorate the passion for the faith at St. John Neumann.

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Diocese of Charleston Child Protection

http://sccatholic.org/child-protection-services/childrens-program 

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November 30 Bulletin

November 30, 2014 First Sunday of Advent and Español -

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Servus Fidelis

Fall 2014

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Receive the Bulletin Via Email

If you would like to receive the weekly bulletin via email send an email to Tammy and
type bulletin sign-up in the subject line.

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