As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God’s varied grace. 

-1 Peter 4:10

Our service ministries create a support network for the parish to accommodate the needs of others. This call to serve can be through feeding the hungry, utilizing skills to get projects done, or simply using your time to help others complete tasks. 

The gift of service

Our talents are the gifts that God gives us... What we do with them is our gift back to God. - Leo Buscaglia

Ministry to the Aging

Bringing Christ's love and the love of the parish community by providing spiritual, emotional, and physical support to the aging, sick, hospitalized, and homebound.

Knights of Columbus

Council #4254 - A fraternal organization for men of the parish, supporting church, community family, and youth. 

Women's Fellowship

Serving the needs of the parish community through large or small group activities and projects to meet the spiritual and social needs of women through prayer, education, and service. 

Vocations Committee

Fosters and promotes vocations through the support of individuals pursuing religious vocations as well as honoring those in religious life.

Funeral Dinners

Funeral lunches are provided by members of the parish and coordinated by members of the Women's Fellowship

St Joseph the Worker

Maintenance volunteers with electrical, mechanical plumbing, or painting experience who are willing to help with improvements and upkeep of the parish facilities. 

Community Support Ministries

Many hands make light work! The following ministries support our parish mission and operations by helping serve the community while also being good stewards of the gifts you have given us.

Green thumb not required. This team of volunteers helps with maintaining our beautiful campus during the summer by mowing lawns, landscaping or watering, and removing snow in the winter.

Performing assorted tasks in the parish offices, these volunteers are vital to the productivity of our organization.

This trustworthy team of volunteers assists our finance office with counting the weekend collections. 

A large team of volunteers is needed for this yearly event which promotes community while also raising funds to help further the mission of the parish.

This ministry helps us promote respect for all human life by leading pro-life initiatives in the parish. 

iCare is an inclusive ministry that hosts social activities and a monthly Mass which utilizes an adapted liturgy format with simplified language for readings, prayers, and homilies, to enable full participation of people with developmental disabilities that may not get the full benefit from a regular parish Mass.