Welcome to the online home of St. Joseph Parish. Whether you are a longtime parish members, new to our church or just visiting, we welcome your presence. We invite you share in our celebration of the Eucharist, and if you are not already a member of a local church, we invite you to become part of our parish family. Explore this Web site, then visit our Parish Office to sign up, ask questions or receive more information about our parish. We're glad you're here and hope you become involved in our parish family!
St. Joseph Parish is publishing an updated photo directory this year to replace the 2006 directory. Please take this wonderful opportunity to have your personal/family photo taken. Lifetouch Photography will be at the parish for one more day in April.
You can still schedule your portrait session for the parish directory. April 15 has been added as an extra date for picture taking.
Online appointment times are available now. Click on the "Portrait Sign-Up" graphic at the right to schedule a portrait session.
• St. Joseph Parish is now on Facebook. Click on the Facebook logo above to view our page and find out the latest news from St. Joe's.
• St. Joseph youth are on Facebook and the Web. Click here to view the Facebook page and here to view the Web site, and find out the latest news for youth from St. Joseph and St. Stephen parishes.
Scrip Gift Cards: Gift Cards are available in the Gathering Space after weekend Masses when there are volunteers available to staff the Scrip counter. If you are buying groceries this week, you can use the gift cards for your purchases, which financially assist the parish and Catholic schools. Click here to download a printable order form.
Goodsearch and Goodshop: St. Joseph Parish can earn a donation every time you search the Internet and shop online! Search the Web with Yahoo-powered Good Search.com and they'll donate about a penny to our parish each time you search. Shop at more than 1,700 GoodShop.com merchants and a percentage of each purchase will go to our parish. Click here to learn more about the Goodseach and Goodshop programs.