Winter view from the narthex
      "Ice and snow bless the Lord..." Daniel 3:70
      Church view from the lake
      Church view from the lake
      Rainbow over St. John Neumann 2012
      Children's Liturgy
      Rosary Garden
      Rosary Garden
      Rosary Garden
      Giving Tree 2013
      Taize - April 13, 2014
      Taize - April 13, 2014
    • Welcome

      Welcome to St. John Neumann Parish

                  St. John Neumann Parish serves the Roman Catholic community in East Freetown, Massachusetts and is part of the Diocese of Fall River. Founded in 1984, we are young as a parish and young in spirit as well. With the Eucharist at the center of our life, we strive to give witness to our faith in Jesus Christ by living the gospel and ministering in Christ's name to one another and to the greater community. The parish has continued to grow as we celebrate our gratitude for God's abundant blessings. Our beautiful new church was dedicated in 1988 and we share the grounds of the Fall River Diocese's Cathedral Camp. The  natural setting is peaceful and serene with an abundance of wildlife, trees and fields, and inspiring views of Long Pond from the church. We hope you will come to join us in prayer and worship, in ministry and service in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.
      We are a parish family with lots of opportunities for you to share your time, talent and treasure. Adoration in the Chapel, youth group activities, and cabarets are just a few of the things going on in our happy, holy, and healthy parish. There is something designed especially for you.



      April 17: Holy Thursday
      7:00PM - Mass of the Lord's Supper

      April 18: Good Friday
      12:00 noon - Stations of the Cross
      Led by the Youth Ministry - Outdoors (weather permitting)
      3:00pm - Service of the Lord's Passion
      7:00pm - Stations of the Cross in the church

      April 19: Holy Saturday
      7:30pm - Solemn Vigil of Easter
      (Gather on the lawn behind the church)

      April 20: Easter Sunday
      8:00am - Mass
      9:30am - Mass
      11:00am - Mass