For the Men of Our Parish
Knights of Columbus
Meets on the 1st Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in room 225.
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic, Family, Fraternal, Service organization founded in 1882 by Father Michael J McGivney at St. Mary’s Church in New Haven Connecticut. St. Joseph’s Council of the Knights of Columbus is The Father McCauley Council or Council 6609. Council 6609 was founded in 1974 and has been serving the parish of St. Joseph’s faithfully since then.
To be a member of the Knights of Columbus you must be a Catholic male eighteen years or older.
For more information on joining the Knights of Columbus contact Grand Knight, Roddy Montemayor at or go to their webpage http://knights6609.com/why.shtml
Coffee & Donuts
Enjoy a cup of coffee and a donut with fellow parishioners every Sunday right after our 9:00 a.m. Mass. We are always looking for volunteers to help with set up and clean up. If you´d like to help us, please contact Adam Parisi.
Manifesting the welcoming and friendly nature of St. Joseph Parish, the volunteers of the Greeters’ Ministry take turns welcoming each parishioner with a friendly hello as they arrive for Mass. The volunteers consist of singles, couples and families who are scheduled approximately once every month to six weeks for greeting duty before their preferred Mass.
New volunteers are always welcome. Please contact Joe and Terry Dushan at
Our nursery is open for every Sunday Mass (9:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m). and special events, in Room 151.
For more information, please contact Luz Morlet at
The purpose of Martha's Ministry is to provide a reception for families and friends of deceased parishioners after the funeral Mass. Our ministry is a great comfort to grieving families, removing the need for them to try to provide hospitality to family and friends who have gathered to celebrate the life of a lost loved-one. Our volunteers receive deep satisfaction from easing the burden of those who mourn. The wonderful ladies that are part of this ministry help with set up, serving and clean up at the reception for the bereaved family and their guests.
We are always in need of volunteers! We always need male and female "Marthas" to be “on-call”!
We also need food providers. The church provides the main dish, rolls and drinks, but we ask parishioners to help with side dishes and desserts. The food may be home-made or purchased, i.e. salads, casseroles, etc.
If you would like to help with meals or with the reception, please contact Luz Morlet at 442-0890 ext. 203 or
Looking for volunteers!!! If you would like to be a part of the Prison Ministry, please contact the church office at 442-0890.
Men's Bible Study
Meets Saturdays at 7:00 a.m.
This Bible Study is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. If you would like more information, please contact Chris Laury.