• Letter From The Pastor

      St. John's
      has served the Catholic population of the Baytown area since August 1974, and today is experiencing dynamic growth. We are one of 151 parishes in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston united under His Eminence Daniel N. Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston.
      St. John’s
      is a warm parish. In fact, many parishioners experience it as an extended family that comes together to pray, learn, and have fun. Our chief purpose is to meet the spiritual needs of each one of our members regardless of age. To this end we support over 45 committees and organizations needed to implement the ministry entrusted to us. We offer quality religious education for all ages (pre-school through adult). We have a wonderful worship life, an assembly that loves to sing, and we offer regular training for all liturgical ministries. We provide pastoral care to San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, several area nursing homes and assisted living centers, and families whose lives are touched by acute or chronic illness. We provide social outreach ministry by assisting those who need food, school supplies, or assistance with rent or utility payments. 

      The only way we can accomplish anything at all is due to the generous offering of parishioners' time, talent, and treasure.  Your active participation in parish activities and ministries is important to meet the spiritual, educational, and social needs of parishioners. I encourage you to get involved; it is the very best way to know other parishioners and feel at home within the parish family.

      Sincerely yours in Christ,
      Rev. Terence P. Brinkman, S.T.D.


    • Welcome

      Welcome to St. John's! If you are Catholic and would like to register, please click on the link below or ask a Hospitality Minister for a registration form at Mass. If you are not Catholic, but would be interested in inquiring into our faith, please call the parish office during the week. 

      Mass & Reconciliation Times

          Daily Mass
              Monday thru Friday  8:00 am
      Monday thru Wednesday  7:00 PM (during Lent only)

      Sunday Mass
      Saturday:   5:00 pm (anticipated)
              Sunday:     8:30 am

                               11:15 am
                               6:30 pm

      Holy Days of Obligation
      7:00 PM, night before holy day (vigil/anticipated)

      8:00 AM, holy day
      7:00 PM, holy day

      Saturday, 4:00 to 4:30 pm