Community Ministries

The purpose of the Finance Committees is to aid, assist and counsel the Pastor in the overall fiscal operation of the Parish. Members serve to advise and review all matters regarding revenue, expenditures and parish investments.

Members of these Committees are appointed. The current members are as follows:

St. John the Evangelist St. Vincent de Paul
An appointed committee is currently being selected Andy Andrikopoulos
  Karen O'Toole
  Ginny Richardson

Please contact the Parish Office with any questions about the finance committee.

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The Attleboro Knights of Columbus is part of a national organization of Catholic men, supporting church, families and community through works of faith, unity and charity.  

We are always looking for new ways the Knights of Columbus can improve the Attleboro community, and we invite you to bring your suggestions to our meetings.


We meet the second Tuesday of every month at 7:30 PM in the parish hall of St. John’s on South Main Street (Rt 152) in Attleboro. We invite all new and existing knights to join us for our monthly meetings.  


If you are interested in becoming a Knight, please contact:

Carl Fritz
Grand Knight
Attleboro Knights of Columbus
Council 404
(617) 794-1456
[email protected]

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The parish's new media committee was established in April of 2018. Information coming soon!


For more information, please feel free to approach any member at any time with suggestions or issues you may have to be brought up at meetings. You may also contact the Parish Office.

The St. John’s Parish Nurses are a group of volunteers who assist with blood pressure screening on the first Sunday of the month after the 8 & 10 AM Masses at St. John’s from October until June in the Hospitality Center.


If you are interested in being a part of this ministry and learning more, please contact the Parish Office.

The Relay For Life Team S.J. Eagles Wings was formed in the Fall of 2009 by a group of parishioners, family members and friends (many of who are still active team members today) who wanted to become a part of the Relay scheduled for June, 2010. The team’s goal was to help provide support to those fighting against a disease that takes too much - CANCER. And, to let those fighting know they do not fight alone.

The team is now planning for the June 2020 Relay (our eleventh Relay) starting with a bake sale the first weekend in October. New members are always welcome!

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The Respect Life Committee is made up of parishioners committed to upholding and promoting the Church's teachings on the sacredness and dignity of all human life from conception to natural death.

We are dedicated  to building a culture of life through prayer, education, and action.


If you are interested in being a part of this ministry and learning more, please contact Mary Gill at [email protected].


This team is a group of volunteers who help with Coffee & Donut Socials after the 8 & 10 am Masses on the first Sunday of the month from October until June in the Hospitality Center.


If you are interested in being a part of this ministry and learning more, please contact Meg Keenan at [email protected] or at 508-233-0707.

The Parish Library is located on the first floor of the Hospitality Center and offers many books, CDs and DVDs.

It is staffed by volunteers from the parish. Stop by and see what there is to inspire you and enhance your life as a Christian!

**LIBRARY HOURS: Sundays after the 10AM Mass and by appointment.


For information or to make an appointment, call or text Tricia Svendsen at 508-222-8916.

St. John's St. Vincent de Paul Society seeks, in a spirit of justice and charity and by person-to-person involvement of its members, to help those who are in need in the greater Attleboro community. 

Founded in 1833 by Federic Ozanam and his companions, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international Catholic organization of lay persons. Placed under the patronage of St. Vincent de Paul, the society derives its inspiration from his thinking and work.​

**OUR HELPLINE:  508-222-8400


  • Food Collection the first weekend of every month
  • Clothing Store located at 95 Pine Street opened the second Saturday of every month
  • 9-10AM for donations
  • 10-11:30AM for merchandise for those in need
  • Back to School Drive held every August
  • Thanksgiving & Christmas Baskets
  • Giving Tree which supports those at the Pleasant Street Rest Home


Second Monday of the month from September-June at 7PM in the Hospitality Center.


If you are interested in joining this ministry and helping those in need, please contact Rosalind Kalberer or visit our district's website.

The St. Vincent de Paul Society at St. Vincent de Paul Parish may be reached at 508-239-9976. The Food Pantry located in Parish Center across the street from the church. Open Fridays 6:00-7:00 pm (proof of local residency within last 30 days required).

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