To the Homebound
Our Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion frequently visit the sick of our three parish communities. If you are interested in this ministry please contact us or speak to a priest after Mass.
To the poor
St. Vincent de Paul
Founded in 1948, the St. Vincent de Paul Society has strived to minister to the poor and needy. The Society responds daily to emergency situations involving families and individuals in need of financial or other assistance due to many problems occurring in their lives. Assistance with food, rent, medicine, utility bills, and other necessities of life are available. Clients are visited in their homes on a one-to-one basis. A portion of the clients are referred to other agencies for assistance, such as counseling.
Both St. Mary Star of the Sea and St. John the Evangelist have St. Vincent de Paul Societies. Brian Murphy is the president at St. Mary’s and Roel Kromhout and Bill Phelan are responsible for St. John’s. Please contact our office for more information.
To the community
St. John’s Christian Service Committee
The Christian Service Commission at St. John the Evangelist Parish volunteers organize service functions during the year.
These include donations to Beverly Food Pantry, an Advent Giving Tree, a Have a Heart drive in February, care packages for Operation Troop Support, and a Mother’s Day Baby Shower in May for women in need of baby supplies.
Please contact the office for more information.