St. Joseph is a vibrant, active, caring and diverse community of gifted and talented men, women and youth; all the qualities necessary to fulfill our calling as Catholic Christians to KNOW, LOVE and SERVE our Lord.
Our Catholic tradition teaches us at all times in our lives, we have an opportunity—and a responsibility—to share what we have been given.
The parish family of St. Joseph's take this profound opportunity and responsibility seriously; and understands the rewards are far greater than the sacrifice.
The following ministries are available to those in need of material, spiritual, emotional or social service assistance. These are truly the neediest people within our community - poor families; women, children and babies; elderly, disabled, handicapped or otherwise home bound individuals.
Those individuals taking on this opportunity are particularly blessed....
Following Jesus command “Whenever you did this for one of the least of my brothers and sisters, you did it for me;” Mother Theresa told herself: “You must see your beloved Jesus in each one of these people. You must love that Jesus, serve that Jesus and look after that Jesus.”
- Communion Ministry
- Funeral Luncheons
- Gabriel Project
- Nursing Home Ministry
- Prayer Chain
- St. Joseph Pro-Life Ministry
- Seeds of Hope
- St. Vincent de Paul Society
The following opportunities are needed to ensure a reverent, faith-filled liturgical celebration of the Sunday Mass.
- Altar Servers
- Church Decorations
- Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist
- Gift Bearers
- Liturgy Committee
- Rosary Leaders
- Ushers and Greeters
The following opportunities involve the day-to-day operation and function of St. Joseph parish.
- Building and Grounds Committee
- Church Cleaners
- Collection Counters
The following bring together social gatherings and ministry service in a fun and unique way in the life of the parish family at St. Joseph.
- Altar Society
- Men's Club