Whether you're on your way to the library or stopping by City Hall, chances are you're driving by St. John Vianney School, located in the heart of Brookfield. This blog will provide insight into life and education at SJV, a 4K-8 educational anchor in Brookfield since 1957.
Father Ken Knippel began his second weekend at St. John Vianney by celebrating the combined faith of Peter and preaching of Paul, Apostles to a packed church of parishioners. It's only fitting that he would begin his second weekend on a beautiful summer day. One could tell just how excited everybody was by the number of people lining up after church to chat and welcome him to the St. John Vianney community! Here's some biographical information about Father Knippel:
SJV PARISH FESTIVAL - June 6th, 7th,& 8!!!
Thinking about volunteering this summer? Consider helping out at one of SJV's several summer service series. Recently, a group of SJV school children and their parents spent the evening over at the Hunger Task Force sorting food. They sorted 15,000 pounds of food on June 10, 2008. No lazy summer nights for this group! Thanks to the Greco Family (Lisa, Tom and R.J.) for organizing this!
Here are some other opportunites to volunteer during July!
Our Summer Service Series continues with SJV Parishioners most recently organizing a picnic over at The Commons at All Saints Church Milwaukee.
Who doesn't love a picnic? Ashlyn Elizabeth loves one and so does... Ashlynn Elizabeth. The two girls met for the first time on July 26th when a group from The Quad Parishes (St. John Vianney, St. Dominic, St. Joseph and St. Mary Elm Grove) shared a picnic with members of The Commons from All Saints Church, as part of the Summer Service Series.