Just as the seasons change outdoors,
so do the seasons change in our own lives,
each very different from the last.
There is one constant through all of this change –
God’s love for His Children.
Faith in God – in life’s every phase – is the foundation for the strong,
supportive relationships at our church. We see our church community as a place to worship,
to learn and to grow together. It is a place to find encouragement when weathering a storm,
a place to share life’s blessings, a place to find new friends.
We hope to get to know you better. Our door is always open…
Anointing of the Sick
This sacrament is available for strengthening and support in many kinds of illness. The family, friends and caretakers of the sick have a special share in this ministry of comfort. Please contact our parish office to schedule as needed.
Parents requesting baptism are encouraged to call the Parish Office to register. Baptisms are scheduled with the Pastor and parents are required to complete the baptism preparation session for their child’s baptism.
First Eucharist & First Reconciliation
Educating our children in the love and worship of God is an awesome responsibility and a great privilege, which the Lord granted to us when he entrusted children into our care. Sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation and First Eucharist involves both second grade youth and parents. For more specific information, please refer to the Faith Formation page or call the parish office.
As we approach adulthood, this sacrament helps us confirm our faith. More information is provided on the Faith Formation page.
This sacrament bonds two hearts together on our journey with Christ. Preparations should be made at least six months in advance, as a pre-nuptial interview and preparation program is required. Please contact the parish office for more information.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is offered each year at St. Joseph’s. This program is available for adults, older children, or anyone wanting to learn more specifics about our Catholic Faith through the help of sponsors and study. Preparation normally begins in the Fall of the year and concludes on the great celebration of Easter.