Welcome to St. John Neumann Parish!
Saint John Neumann is located in Gaithersburg, Montgomery County, Maryland. We have 1,750 registered families. We are a friendly, compassionate community with a great reverence and respect for our Catholic faith and traditions. We are blessed to have a cultural diversity of Hispanic, Asian and African parishioners who enrich our community.
Parish Directory 2016
The online scheduling system to schedule your portrait session is available now. Please click on the link below, Remember, there is absolutely no cost to you unless you choose to purchase additional portraits. You will receive one free 8 x 10 portrait and a directory just for being part of our SJN family.
Please take advantage of this wonderful opportunity. Sessions begin on Tuesday, August 23 through Friday, September 9, 2016. No sessions on Sundays or Mondays.
Parish Directory 2009
A New Resource for Adult Learning
The Bible and The Virgin Mary is a 12-week group/individual study using video and workbooks to examine what Catholics believe about the Blessed Mother and what role she plays in our lives. Part of the St. Paul Center’s Journey Through Scripture series and narrated by Cardinal Wuerl, this adult education program is being offered free to parishes in the Archdiocese of Washington. Click here to learn more about how your parishioners can participate. The course is available in English and Spanish.
"Pray the rosary every day to acquire world peace"
Petition of Our Lady to the shepherd children, May 13, 1917
Campaign for 13 Million Rosaries- English
Campañas 13 Millones de Rosarios - Español
Saint John Neumann Website – New Feature !
We are happy to share there is another added resource available on the parish website. The New Prayer Wall ! It is ready to be accessed on the Homepage or click on Resources and the Prayer Wall tab will open. You can also e-mail your request to email@example.com. Your request will be submitted to an administrator for posting. We ask that you limit your request to no more than 200 words. Comments are not accepted, only prayer requests. See for yourself – visit our Prayer Wall. We want to thank you for building up the Body of Christ through your prayers offered
for each other! God bless you !
Pope Francis has called for a Jubilee Year of Mercy “dedicated to living out in our daily lives the mercy which the Father constantly extends to all of us” (Misericordiae Vultus, 25). The Year of Mercy starts on December 8th. This Holy Year will be a special time for all of us to reflect on God’s love for us and how we encounter mercy: where we need mercy in our lives, how we can seek out and receive mercy, and ways we can share mercy with others. Learn more about how you can encounter God’s mercy this year at mercy.adw.org.