Stewardship is how we respond to God’s generosity, aware of the many ways the Lord has blessed us in our lives. We respond by giving of our time, talent and treasure. We are changing lives because of you!

Knowing our Catholic Faith…is knowing Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Knowledge of our faith involves fostering a relationship with Him. This includes the many ways we support our Faith Formation programs from childhood through adult and family to help us live as disciples of Jesus.

  • Elementary: RE classes
  • Middle School: Youth Group
  • High School: Youth Group Bible Study
  • Equip: Young Adult Group
  • Adult: Men and Women’s Bible Study
  • Family: Built

Living our Catholic Faith…is our relationship with God, motivating us in all that we are, in all that we think and all that we do. This includes the many Ministries that enhance our Liturgy and Spiritual life.

  • Lector
  • Altar Servers
  • Consecration to Mary
  • Disciples of Jesus and Mary
  • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
  • Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion
  • Music/Choirs
  • Arts and Environment
  • Women’s Evening of Reflection
  • Ushers/Greeters

Keeping our Catholic Faith…is fostering opportunities to encounter Jesus, to respond to His love, to support one another in following Him and sharing the Good News. This includes the many Ministries that enhance our Parish Life activities and Social Concerns of our community.

  • Homebound Ministry
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Columbiettes
  • Prison Ministry
  • Young at Heart
  • Welcome Committee
  • St. Joseph Charities

The contributions of your time and talent, along with your commitment of financial support, enable us to continue the Mission of St. Joseph: Building Disciples and sharing of the Good News of Christ!

To offer your financial support to our parish, you may contact the Parish Office to arrange for Offertory envelopes or you may create an account for Online Giving

“As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace.” (1 Peter 4:10).

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