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For the safety of all, please wear a mask, sanitize, and social distance when attending any Liturgical Celebrations.
Until further notice, the obligation to attend Sunday Mass is suspended. We will continue to stream the mass if you are unable to attend Mass in-person. Please join us virtually to keep holy the Lord's Day as we are commanded.
The Sunday Bulletin contains the Liturgy Guide, please pick one up as we are not using missals at this time.
For everyone's safety, please receive Communion in the hand, and remove your mask after bowing.
As well, no parish activities or socials have resumed.
Funerals, weddings, and baptisms may continue to be held as planned, not exceeding the current designated capacity of the church and with social distancing with each family that lives in the same household seated together. Baptisms may be scheduled if all baptismal preparation and paperwork is submitted and complete.
The parish office is open Monday-Friday from 9AM - 4PM for contactless service and in-person when necessary. All Visitors must wear a mask and social distance. Feel free to call 215.482.4600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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SAFE REQUIREMENTS FOR VOLUNTEERS
If you are a volunteer in any capacity at St. John the Baptist Parish, you must be compliant with the required trainings and background checks of the Office of Child and Youth Protection of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and complete part A below prior to volunteering. Once a clearance is obtained by clicking the link below, print the certificate and submit to the parish office to the attention of the Safe Environment Coordinator. Clearances must be renewed every 5 years.
A. CHECKS AND CLEARANCES
1. PA State Police Criminal Record Check
· Can be obtained online at https://epatch.state.pa.us/Home.jsp
2. PA Department Human Services Child Abuse History Clearance
· Can also be obtained online at https://www.compass.state.pa.us/CWIS
3. Disclosure Statement for Volunteers if you have lived in PA for 10 Consecutive years: https://childyouthprotection.org/docs/disclosure%20statement%20volunteers.pdf
- OR -
Federal Criminal Background Check (if you have not lived in PA for 10 years:
Go to https://uenroll.identogo.com/ to schedule an appointment for the background check.
B. REQUIRED TRAININGS (Part I & II)
You must set up a profile with a valid e-mail address and password to register / complete both trainings. Please keep this profile handy for Part II of the training once you attend and complete the Part I training.
PART I: Protecting God's Children
A key component of the Safe Environment Program is a “classroom” style presentation known as Part I Training, “Protecting God’s Children”. Register here:
PART II: Mandated Reporting
This online portion may be accessed using your login from the Virtus Training Registration:
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PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
Saint John the Baptist is a multiethnic Roman Catholic Parish rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ. Founded in 1831, the Parish has a rich history of providing spirituality, education, and worship in the Manayunk, Roxborough, and Wissahickon neighborhoods of Philadelphia. As a Christian community we are united in our mission to share the Gospel, the Sacraments, and love and serve God by caring for one another. We welcome all people to become part of our vibrant and growing community. (Ratified January 31, 2016 by Parish Assembly)