Saint John Neumann Catholic Church
We are a Roman Catholic parish, centered in Christ through the celebration of the Eucharist. Through the grace of this sacrament, we are empowered as individuals and in community to imitate Christ through prayer, outreach, fellowship and education.
We are currently celebrating Mass at 5:00PM on Saturday evening. This Mass will be live streamed.
Beginning June 28th we will have Mass at 10:00AM for the Congregation. This Mass will NOT be streamed.
PLEASE ARRIVE A MINIMUM OF ONE HALF HOUR EARLY for Mass!
For Mass: Please see the video at the bottom of the page!
Message from Fr. Lewis
Dear parish family,
If you are compromised in any way, you are again encouraged to simply stay at home and unite yourself to the community through prayer.
Good news: If you are interested in taking communion to a loved one, come into the sacristy at least 5 minutes before Mass. You will find a tray there. Write your name on a provided slip (post it note) of paper, indicate how many hosts you need, and leave your pyx. Mary Cleary will put in the unconsecrated hosts. The tray will be brought to the altar, the hosts will be consecrated during the mass and brought back to the sacristy for you to retrieve after Mass. Thank you for helping those who are unable to attend to receive the Eucharist. If you have any of our pyx that you do not need, please bring them to the church as we anticipate an increased need.
Have you gotten to the store and realized that you didn’t have a mask? We now have disposable masks that are individually packaged available in the Narthex for you to keep in your car or purse. The suggested donation is $2 each. (Any proceeds from this project will be donated to Habitat for Humanity.) Personally, I have a few in my car, and after I’ve been in a densely populated environment, the mask is disposable. Let us help you and others!
Again, thank you for your weekly support through Faith Direct, or a hand mailed contribution or a check. We cannot keep the doors open without your support and we truly appreciate your sacrificial gifts during this time.
My prayers continue for you and your loved ones,
Deacon Jim and Jeannie Kennedy have terrific resources to help you and your families during this time.
Bishop Baron is offering daily Mass video beginning at 8:15 AM
The Bishop streams Mass on Sunday. Further details and log-in information can be viewed at www.richmonddiocese.org/livestream.
- We will post here and will send out information via RU In the Loop.
- If you are not signed up for RU In the Loop, you can click HERE. To sign up directly at Constant Contact (fastest method)
Email and voicemail will be picked up and answered even if no one is in the office.
Video of Mass
Inclement Weather Policy
When Powhatan County Schools are closed, the office and building will be closed. Because Father lives so close, Masses will generally be held; but please do not put yourself in danger to attend Mass. On the weekend, please check here or call the main office for any voicemail updates and news.