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Offertory Giving

Dear Parish Family,

You belong here! Your presence is essential. As a disciple of Jesus Christ, thank you for participating in the mission of leading people to a transformative encounter with him. By connecting with others who are growing in relationship with Jesus Christ and inviting others to walk with you on this journey to heaven, you participate in the mission of Christ. We gather to pray with each other at Mass, in small groups, and incorporate prayer into our daily lives so that we can continue to grow as disciples. We study the word of God and apply the Lord’s teachings to our lives. And we do what Jesus calls to do – we serve one another and actively live what our faith teaches us. These are the pillars of discipleship at St. John Neumann.

With implementing The Rescue Project, small Life Groups, Family of Faith, and adding over 200 new families in the last year – the needs are great. I am asking you to financially support this vision as well as participate in these transformative opportunities of encounter of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. As you encounter Jesus – you will want to share your story and invite others into communion with us.

To fulfill this mission and purpose, I ask you to consider your gift of financial support to the parish offertory. So the staff can plan our resources, please submit a pledge card and enroll or increase your online giving through our website at You may direct questions to our parish Stewardship Director, Jackie Sutton at or 740-965-1358 x123.

In addition to all the usual expense of mission, ministries, daily operations and maintenance; we have some special projects planned including increasing opportunities for Adoration and Confession, enhancing the audio and visual system in the church, increase Life Group training and support, updating the nursery, and increasing security. As our expenses increase, we need you even more. Thank you in advance for your prayerful participation.

As your pastor, I pray you each have a transformative encounter with Jesus Christ.

Go forth, glorifying the Lord with your Life!

You are in my prayers,

Reverend Dan Dury

Shepherd, St. John Neumann

How much should I be giving?

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Over 50% of our operating budget comes from Online Givers through WeShare. Consider giving online using your checking account instead of a credit or debit card to make your donation stretch even further!

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Magnify the Lord Capital Campaign

St. John Neumann is a vibrant parish in a rapidly growing area. This reality presents us with the opportunity to draw more and more souls to Jesus Christ. We invite you to help us accomplish that goal by participating in our exciting “Magnify the Lord” Capital Campaign! Visit this page to learn more about the Campaign.

Outreach to the Poor

St. Vincent dePaul and the Good Samaritan Ministry serve various ministries locally and nationally, both financially and with volunteer hours. Monetary gifts are divided between the organizations. The blue Outreach to the Poor envelope is in your monthly or quarterly envelope packets. Blank envelopes are available in the information lobby of the church. To give online via WeShare – click the button below.

The Appeal - Supporting Catholic Ministries

The Appeal 2024

The Appeal occurs each year and asks parishioners to renew their commitment to fund the needs of identified diocesan ministries, programs and services. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Online Giving

Q: Which payment methods are accepted?

A: WeShare has the ability to accept contributions from checking accounts, savings accounts, debit cards, or major credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Q: Do parishioners receive receipts for their donations?

A: Yes, all contributors enrolled with WeShare can elect to receive receipts via e-mail.

Q: Is WeShare safe?

A: Yes. WeShare is certified with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS) as a Level 1 Service Provider. We implement the safest security standards for online transactions—your account information is immediately encrypted to ensure absolute financial security.


The future of our parish is supported through endowment funds managed by The Catholic Foundation.  We currently have three funds:

  • St. John Neumann Capital Endowment Fund provides for the future building maintenance
  • St. John Neumann Ministries & Programs Endowment Fund provides for future spiritual growth
  • St. John Neumann Parish Outreach Endowment Fund for outreach to the poor

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