The Parish Health Ministry attends to the "whole person" needs of our parishioners to promote wellness of body, mind and spirit. Health Ministry volunteers include healthcare professionals and lay parishioners. Office is located at the Parish Life Center and hours of operation are: Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Mindful Body Movement: Come try the Mindful Body Movement Class at St. Joseph every Tuesday at 1pm in the Parish Life Center. Wear athletic shoes, bring a bottle of water and a friend!
A sincere thank you to all donors who participated at the American Red Cross Blood Drive on October 29th. There were 31 registered donors and 31 collected pints that will save up to 85 lives! A sincere thank you to the Knights of Columbus for providing and preparing a wonderful breakfast for the donors and their families. A sincere thank you to Mary Gallagher for baking her amazing carrot cakes.
St. Joseph's Health Ministry invites you to attend "Healthy Eating On a Budget" presented by St. Thomas Wellness Center's Jennifer Estep on Saturday November 18th in the PLC from 10:00AM to 11:00AM. Please join us!
The Saint Joseph Women's Club has been in existence since the beginning of the church.
From these funds, donations have been made to our Parish Health Ministry, to SJS Tuition Assistance, to the Social Action Committee and to help fund the church landscaping, just to name a few. The Womens' Club is open to all women of our Parish and all members, living and deceased are remembered at the Mass the 2nd Tuesday of each month, which is also the day of the Women's Club regular meeting and our Monthly Potluck Luncheon.
The Neighbors in Christ committee ministers to members of our parish community by providing meals in the event of a funeral. Both the immediate bereaved and the larger social community can benefit from a funeral meal which functions as a group experience that focuses on the needs of the living. It can be a shared experience in a familiar structured setting which enables the living to celebrate the life of the deceased. Any contributions to this ministry are greatly appreciated.
Neighbors in Christ is in need of someone to coordinate the funeral luncheons provided for the families of deceased members of our parish. Duties include organizing volunteers to provide covered dishes and serving during the meal. This ministry is such a blessing to the families in their time of need. If you are interested, please call the church office or Fr. Tomy directly.
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|Meets every 4th Tuesday of the month. They gather to make handcrafted
items like: Prayer blankets for the sick, chains for Cursilio, covers for babies
in conjunction with Right to Life & Vanderbilt Hospital, hats & scarves for
Room at the Inn and the Refugee Center, quilts and afghans for the Halfway
House & Chippington Towers, baby items for the Ladies of Charity, and
many more gifts each year.
They have a breakfast, craft fair & bake sale each October, where most of
the proceeds help with the Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners for the
community each year.
If you would be interested in more information for this wonderful ministry
and/or help with some of the many ongoing projects they support you may
Linda Rhinehart @ (615) 228-7909
A vibrant community of Single Catholics, male and female, looking for a clear path for growth in our personal holiness. We desire avenues for spiritual direction, community building, networking with other like-minded singles who desire the chaste lifestyle and live to witness to the Gospel, sustaining each other through prayer, fasting and Adoration.
Our ages range from 30 to 90+, and we are interested in joining with other Parishes to build a living and loving Community of Singles who are not only looking for a partner in life, but also to support and encourage those who wish to give their lives totally to Christ.
WHAT WE ARE NOT….
WHERE ARE WE?
WHY DID WE FORM THIS GROUP?
The need was seen for a ministry entirely devoted to Catholic singles, due to our need for community, our desire for closeness and intimacy within the framework of the Catholic environment; being an important aspect of the Body of Christ. Our strength is our Singleness. Our desire will be to use it for the Glory of God and the unity of Christ’s Church.
You are welcome to bring your Catholic friends, especially those who are in need of vocational counseling, or those in a committed relationship, but still unmarried.
For more information you can email: Theresa Walker or click the icon above to go to our facebook page!