Liturgy & Worship


Our aim is to worship the Lord who is fully present in body, blood, soul, and divinity in the Eucharist.

Liturgical Ministries

We have many ways for you to become more involved in the liturgy! We encourage every parishioner, young or old, to discern one or more ministries where they may feel called to serve. There is a great need across all ministries at all masses, for a full list of liturgical ministries, please see the attached 2021-2022 Liturgy & Worship brochure.

*If none of these training work for you, please email or call Thomas our liturgy coordinator at 651-209-8584 for more information on alternative trainings.

To get started, you may attend one of our following training sessions this fall to learn the ministry and how to begin:

Eucharistic Minister Trainings:

Tuesday 9/28 @12:30pm-1:15pm

Saturday 10/2 @9:00am-9:45am

Tuesday 10/5 @5:15pm-6:00pm

Altar Server Trainings:

Saturday 9/18 @10am-11am

Saturday 9/18 @3pm-4pm

Sunday 10/3 @3:30pm-4:30pm

Lector Trainings:

Saturday 10/2 @10am-10:45am

Wednesday 10/6 6:30pm-7:15pm

Usher Trainings: (*training prior to the corresponding weekend mass, and includes mass)

Saturday 10/2 @4:30pm

Sunday 10/3 @9:30am

Sunday 10/3 @11:30am

Sunday 10/10 @5pm

Sacristan Training:

Please contact to set up your training session! We have need for both weekend and daily mass sacristans.

Music Ministries

To get involved in our Music Ministry as a cantor, choir member, accompanist, instrumentalist, or soundboard operator, please contact Doug Starkebaum at to get started.

Mass Intentions & Memorials

To request prayers for someone who is sick or who has recently passed away, please call the parish office.

To have a weekday Mass said for someone, please stop at the front desk during office hours.

To view guidelines on Mass Intentions at St. John Neumann see the linked file.

Mass Times

Daily Masses:

Monday-Friday 12pm & Saturday 8am

Saturday Vigil & Sunday Masses:

Saturday Vigil 5pm

Sunday 8am, 10am, 12pm, 5:30pm