Archbishop's Annual Appeal

These individuals assist the pastor in bringing awareness to the parish as well as assisting our parish to achieve the goal set by the Archbishop.

Altar Linens Volunteers

These parishioners are dedicated to the care and cleaning of the altar linens and vestments


Hope Heals

A ministry of encouragement and practical support for families facing the challenges of a cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Collection Counters

These parishioners are responsible for tabulating the Sunday collections.


 Respect Life Committee

This Pro-life group is a prayful and peaceful presence in the community attesting to the sacredness of all life from conception to natural death. They affirm the beauty of life, encourage prayer and inform parishioners of pro-life issues as well as extend loving expressions of care to those faced with crisis pregnancies and other related dilemmas.

Soup Kitchen

These volunteers cook and serve meals to the people in need at St. Joseph’s Social Service Center. This is done on a monthly basis.


Sandwich Group

Sandwiches are always needed for St. Joseph's Soup Kitchen. We gratefully accept bagged lunches or just sandwiches. If you'd like to donate please prepare sandwiches with 1lb. meat & 1lb cheese. Please individually bag/wrap sandwiches and put them in the large bag the bread was in. Please do not put condiments on the sandwiches.  

Please drop off sandwiches on the 2nd Sunday of each month between 7:30 am and 1:00 pm in the Gathering Room of our Parish Center.

Sacrament Catechists

Our second graders prepare for Reconciliation in the fall and First Eucharist in the spring by attending classes in the Parish Center and working with their parents (the Domestic Church) at home.  There are 3 classes scheduled for Reconciliation and 3 classes and a rehearsal scheduled for First Eucharist.  Catechists can teach for one or both sacraments.  There are classes on Monday evenings and Tuesday afternoons.


Sunday Catechists

Meet for a total of 22 Sunday’s from late September through early May to share their faith with our first through eighth graders.  Classes take place in Holy Trinity school from 10:15-11:30.

Sunday Classroom Aides

Assist the catechists in the Sunday classes.  Teens or adults may volunteer as aides.


Sacrament Class Aides

Assist the catechist in the Sacrament classes.  Teens or adults may volunteer as aides.  Aides can volunteer for one or both sacraments.

Family Gathering Volunteers

Assist the Faith Formation Office in setting up, serving, and cleaning up for Family Gatherings throughout the year.  The office will email or text families as these opportunities arise.


Food Pantry

We provide 300 to 350 adults and children per month two weeks of food supplies. The food pantry relies on volunteers and organizations to provide food and donations. The pantry operates five days a week and always looking for volunteers to serve those less fourtunate in our community. 


Let Us Know How You'd Like To Get Involved