Mass Time Changes

Our weekday Mass schedule changes for the summer starting the week of May 16th. All Masses are in the Church.

Mon/Tues/Thurs - 5:30 pm

Wed - 12 pm

Fri/Sat - 8:30 am

On June 4th, the Saturday Vigil Mass moves to 5 PM for the season.

To request a Mass intention, call the Parish Office at 219-365-5678.

For a list of current Mass intentions, click here.


Weekend Mass

Saturday, 4:00 pm*

Sunday, 8 am and 10 am

Join us for the 10 am Mass in person or online, click here.

* Saturday Mass moves to 5 pm on June 4th.

Weekday Mass

Mon, 5:30 pm

Tues, 5:30 pm

Wed, 12 pm

Thurs,  5:30 pm

Fri, 8:30 am

Sat, 8:30 am


Tues, 4:15-5:15 pm

Thurs, 4:15-5:15 pm

Sat, 8-9 am


All services are in the Church unless noted otherwise.

C - Church, DC - Day Chapel. See below for locations and directions.

Mass and Confession times change depending on the liturgical season and time of year. Visit us on Facebook or call the Parish Office if you have any questions.

The Process Planner

Use The Process Planner for a quick glance at all of The Process related activities: Alpha, Alpha 201, Small Groups, Service, and Worship.  

To learn more about The Process or for a full view of the parish calendar, use the buttons below.

Get to Know Us

SJE exists to be a church of disciples who make disciples that love God, love others, and serve the poor.

Church (C)

10701 Olcott Ave, St John, IN 46373, USA

Location of Weekend and Holy Day services.

Parish Office | Day Chapel (DC)

11301 W 93rd Ave, St John, IN 46373, USA

Parish Office is open on Mondays from 8 am - 5 pm.

To connect with a member of our team outside of office hours, please call 219-365-5678, email them directly, or use our general contact form.


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