Welcome to St. Joseph's Church!

St. Joseph Church

We, the Parish Family of St. Joseph Church, inspired by the Gospel message of Jesus, joyfully commit ourselves to love all as brothers and sisters in Christ.

We commit ourselves to share the love of our Parish Community with all people. We will endeavor to do this in our prayers, in our celebration of the Sacraments, and in our good works of charity and justice.

Office Hours

Monday-Friday
8:30 am - 12:30 and 1:30 pm - 4:00pm

Summer Hours June 12th - Labor Day
8:30 am - 12:30 and 1:30 pm - 3:00pm

Location

Mass Times

Eucharist

Monday - Friday 7:00 AM
Saturday 4:00 PM
Sunday 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM and 11:30 AM


Mausoleum Mass

Last Sunday of every month at 10:00 AM

 Rite of Reconciliation

Saturday

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Other times by appointment.

 

From the Desk of Father Rene

The church is a mother and a teacher that teaches us the mystery of our beliefs and faith through the different celebrations during the year.

 

We just went through the excitement of a beautiful season:

Christmas.

And now we find ourselves on a different season:

Ordinary time.

 

As we move forward with this new year, we will become busier with the process of our merging with Jesus the Lord Parish. This should be an exciting process, but it brings some uncertainties for both communities at the same time.

This is a whole new phase in my priesthood. And I know it also is totally new for most of you.There are many steps that we must follow to make this merger a successful one. Full of blessings for the community that’s about to be born.

One of them is to put all of our interest in choosing the name we think our merged Parish should be called. Please ill the form, write your thoughts and lets make this change together.

This is not easy for me and surely isn't for you; I cant do this by myself. I won’t ever be strong enough to face this without you and your prayers; Please, do not confuse the work we must ful ill with a personal approach to the change.

Please help me walk through this process where I have to look for the best interests of both communities. This is not about me. It is about the Catholic community in our area. It is about the Gospel we must proclaim. It is about following Jesus’ command to “Love one another“

This is a year full of good news! Let’s wait for them with all of our support and positive attitudes towards the challenges we are facing not only for our own personal bene its, but for the bene its and blessings of both communities.

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