St. John Vianney

Catholic Community
180 St. John Vianney Lane, Sedona AZ  86336 l 928-282-7545




Catholic Charities of Yavapai:
Various services. 928-634-4254
Co-Workers of Mother Teresa: This group gathers food, clothing, money, Christmas gifts, religious articles, and Bibles to serve the mission in Gallup, New Mexico and Chilchilta, New Mexico.  Volunteers are needed to knit blue sweaters for the Sisters to wear over their saris and for the summer Children's Bible Camp. 

Co-Workers meet the first Friday of the month at 9:30 AM.

Contact Teresa 928-284-4168 or Diana 284-1405
Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH-USA): NPH-USA works to raise awareness and funds to support more than 2,800 girls and boys in nine countries, who have been orphaned or abandoned and now call NPH their home.  Fifteen thousand children have been raised under founder, Fr. Bill Wasson's guidance.  They have become productive citizen's in their society, ready to serve others in need.  Opportunities exist to support the organization through sponsorship, donations or visiting the NPH homes.  Contact Betty McGinnis at 928-282-7545 ext. 28 or by email at  You may visit NPH-USA web site at

Homebound: If you are homebound or hospitalized and would like a visit from a Eucharistic Minister of Care to bring you Communion contact Joanne Brosz at 928-204-5898.
Open Heart Bereavement Ministry: This ministry supports those who have suffered a life loss.  A series of meetings are held bi-monthly once in the spring and once in the fall.  Phone calls or visits assist and support those going through the grieving process.  Instruction regarding basic skills is offered in meetings.  Facilitators are needed for meetings as well as support groups.  Prayer services are held throughout the year.  The coordinator contacts the ministers on a regular basis for updates. 


Parishioners for Social Justice: Linda Martinez 928-282-3458


Prison Ministry:  Deacon Ron Martinez 928-282-7545 ext. 37


Spiritual Direction: Spiritual Direction is not so much about being "directed" as it is taking an opportunity to draw closer to God, becoming aware of God's action in one's daily life and having a more conscious experience of God's love. This includes building trust in and identifying one's own experience of God, integrating spirituality into daily life, discernment, sharing encouragement and affirmation, growth in relationship to God, self, others and all creation. The journey takes place in the context of confidential, one-on-one or group sessions with the spiritual director. Contact Robin at 928-300-6144 or Margaret Swavely 928-300-2949.
St. Vincent de Paul: This group of dedicated parishioners has the responsibility of distributing food items from our food pantry (Thursdays, 9:00 am - 11:00 am) Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays, 8:30 am, 928-821-1292.


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