LGBTQ Ministry

You Are Welcome Here     
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Celebration of the Liturgy 

Sunday Evening 5:00 p.m.  Mass

You are welcome.  We need you for this weekly vibrant liturgical celebration which is sponsored by the St. John's LGBTQ ministryWe need you.

5pm Mass Flyer


The LGBTQ Prayer Group meets monthly on the last Sunday of the month at St. John's for spirtually reflection and discussion.  The LGBTQ Prayer Group will be meeting at 6:00 p.m. (after the 5:00 p.m. mass) in the Rose Room.

Prayer Group

Cardinal McElroy

Read Cardinal McElroy's call for "radical inclusion" in the Church, including those who are LGBT.

Cardinal McElroy on ‘radical inclusion’ for L.G.B.T. people, women and others in the Catholic Church | America Magazine


Come join us for one or more of the opportunities each month to connect with other LGBTQ Catholics. 

For January:

Second Sunday of the Month- January 8th:                                      LGBTQ Monthy PotLuck                                                                         In the Rose Room 6:00 p.m. Come as you are.  We want to see you.

Third Sunday of the Month- January 15th:                                    Fellowship at a Restaurant in Hillcrest                                     Come join us for dinner in Hillcrest:  The group connects after mass and leaves from St. John's. 

Last Sunday of the Month- January 29th:   This Sunday.        LGBTQ Prayer and Support Group                             In the Rose Room at 6:00 p.m.


St. John the Evangelist Church has committed to Father Joe's Villages to supply 5 volunteers to provide lunch service to the homeless on: Sunday, January 15th  from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

at 15th St. & Imperial Avenue in Downtown San Diego.  

Sorry. The volunteer spots are already taken.

St John's was present and proud at PRIDE!


In accordance with our parish mission statement, we reach out to provide spiritual nourishment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families and friends. We seek to affirm the intrinsic value and self-worth of all people and to welcome them into full participation in the faith community. All LGBT people are welcome. We also welcome friends and family of LGBT people and anyone who might be questioning what it means to be a supportive Catholic for LGBT parishioners. Whatever your religious tradition, please know you are welcome to pray and worship with us.

For information contact Tim at [email protected]