The Altar and Rosary Society is a women’s organization that meet once a month from September to June. They have many functions within the group which together provides for the Church. The fundraising events are: Card party, Bake sales, and Christmas Raffle. Altar and Rosary members organize and take care of the funeral dinners, prayer line, sacristans, condiments for the parish picnic, flowers for the church and chapel. Altar and Rosary Society provides the candles, baptismal bibs, breads, wine, linens, altar cloths, altar servers clothing, priest vestments and anything that is needed for the church and chapel.
Contact: Toni - 330-928-5172
If you enjoy reconnecting with classmates of St Joseph this is the ministry for you. We collect current information on past students and are continually updating our lists.
Contact: Veronica 330-524-7599
St. Joseph Athletic Association has various sports throughout the year. All children that belong to the parish can participate in the sports program. The Athletic Association has fundraisers throughout the year to help offset the cost of equipment, uniforms & gym rental. For more info visit http://saintjoe.np.sportspilot.com/
Contact: Chuck, chairperson - 330-673-0175
The Blue and Gold Gala is annual fundraising event that takes place in February. Every year the committee organizes a different theme. It is a fun filled event and all the proceeds return to the school. If fundraising is your specialty then please contact the committee and have some fun!
Contact: Gail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Certificates are sold at the school and after Masses at the church. They benefit the people buying them as well as the parish. If you like a little fellowship after Mass, you can sign up to check orders and get to know fellow parishioners and know you are helping many. Contact: Pam - 330-417-2041; Pam_drinkard@yahoo.com
We are a men’s fellowship group who come together on a weekly basis to share our attempts to grow in the presence of God so as to live out our lives as Christian men within a secular world.
We meet every Saturday morning from 7:30am to 9am in Nolan Hall (Church basement). Coffee is provided and occasionally, as well as donuts or bagels.
On the 3rd Saturday of the month we sit down to a breakfast of bacon and eggs at 9am.
Our journey to the Lord can often seem like a lonely one. Coming together and sharing that journey can give us the hope and the courage to persevere and grow in the Love of our Savior. We invite all men of good will to come in, kick the tires, take us for a test drive and see where the Lord is leading! You might just be surprised!
For any additional information contact Pat at 330-928-7269 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Here at St. Joseph’s we enjoy our parishioner’s green thumbs. As we all know, keeping our gardens looking good takes a lot of work. There is weeding and planting that takes much of the warmer months. If you enjoy the outdoors and have a green thumb please contact Diane 330-929-5541.
Holy Name is the men’s organization for our parish which meets on the first Thursday of each month. They provide the meat for the parish picnic, set up the Nativity scenes at Christmas and provide refreshments for the Pet Blessing. Holy Name also provides the prayer books and rosaries for the First Communicants and support the youth group in their needs. On Friday nights during the summer, they park cars at the school lot for a fundraiser.
The Holy Name Society promotes reverence and devotion for the Holy Names of God and Jesus and the personal sanctification and holiness of its members. Members work in union to build the kingdom of God by teaching, spreading, and defending the Catholic faith.
The St. Joseph Home and School Association is a service organization made up of dedicated parents who offer their time and talent in the service of the staff and students of St. Joseph School. It meets monthly. The organization conducts fund raising and sponsors activities for the children throughout the year; however, the Home and School Association does not discuss or influence school policies, curriculum, rules, teacher or staff issues, etc. The Home and School Association is made up of typically one-or-two-people committees, who handle the different aspects of the association.
Contact: Julie Reed, president @ 234-380-3494 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal organization of men founded in the principles of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. They offer an opportunity for fellowship with people who share the same beliefs and who recognize the same duty to God, to family, and to folks down the block and across the sea.
Contact: Chester 330-929-5906
The Parish Pastoral Council is a consultative body which unites laity and clergy in a community of prayer, leadership, service and pastoral planning, All councilors work together as they seek to listen to the Holy Spirit in discerning what is best for the Parish in the light of the Gospel, the Church’s teaching, and the experiences and needs of the parishioners and the surrounding community. The Council can fulfill its role by encouraging a climate in which the people feel free to speak the truth with openness and love.
Contact: Fr. Jared 330-928-2173
This religious goods store is located in the basement of the Church and is open after all Masses on Sunday. Queen of Angels has a large arrangements of religious items. If you like retail, call Lisa to see when you can volunteer!
Contact: Lisa 330-352-7043
The Boy Scouts are a value-based youth organization. Here at St. Joseph we have a strong Scouting group. If your child has an interested in scouts, please contact: Jim: 330-928-5015 or email@example.com
Girls Scouts builds courage, confidence and character in today’s world. If your daughter has an interest or if you wish to lead a group, please contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Seton’s are women and men over the age of 50 whom gather for Mass once a month. After Mass they will enjoy a meal together and have great fellowship.
Contact: Bernice 330-923-8150