He has Risen!
He has Truly Risen!
Easter Message from Pope Francis
Easter Message from Bishop Libasci
Baptized and Confirmed during Easter Vigil
Tom is pictured here with his wife Candice.
We welcome to the fullness of Christian life to Tom Garvin, who received the Sacraments of Initiation at the Easter Vigil. Having reached his goal of full Church membership, Tom will continue to deepen his faith experience through the Mystagogia Period of the RCIA Process, in which he will participate until next Easter.
Knights of Columbus Breakfast
Sunday, April 22
Following 9:30 Mass
$7 per person
$25 for family of 4 or more
Proceeds to support RSVP Program
Saint Joseph Parish
Christian Movie Night
Friday, April 27, 7:00 pm
This movie is rated PG 13
Parents, make sure you're comfortable bringing your children.
Popcorn, pretzels, and drinks will be provided.
RSVP Karen Gallagher: 603-305-8250
Calling All Crafters
Monday April 30, 7 pm
St. Joseph Church Hall
There will be a meeting for anyone interested in making crafts to be sold at our Christmas Fair. We are looking for new ideas, and anyone with an interest to help. Come and have fun! For more information please contact Mary Lacroix at email@example.com or leave a message at 286-7867.
Save The Date!
Annual Parish Yard Sale
Friday, June 29, 5 pm - 7 pm
Saturday, June 30, 8 am - 12 noon
More information about collection dates coming soon!
Start saving your new or gently used items!!!!!
Reflect on the Meaning of the Cross
In this inspiring Lighthouse Talk, Father Mike Schmitz explores how God’s rescue mission includes the need for each of us to embrace our own cross, that we may re-establish trust in the Father and fully understand that love requires sacrifice.
Get started today!
Call the Saint Andre Bessette Office at 524-9609 for the password.
Plans are taking shape to attend Steubenville East
UMASS Lowell, July 13-15, 2018
Interested in discovering the rewards of this opportunity?
See or call Karen Ober (286-9995) or Megan Pyra (286-9691)
April 21 Update
Thanks to your generosity, the Capital Campaign committee is pleased to report that a total of $138,107 has been collected. The following projects have been completed in the upkeep of our Church:
E-Give is now available for Capital Campaign
If you have not had an opportunity to pledge and would like to, please contact the parish office and a pledge card will be sent to you. Thank you for your support!!! Envelopes have been placed in the pews for those who are making an ongoing commitment by check or cash.
St. Joseph Parish Capital Campaign
Click below to setup E-Give for the Capital Campaign
Electronic Giving Update
For those who use the Vanco Electronic Giving program, you are now able to log in to your account with Vanco and make donations for all the special second collections taken throughout the year, as well as, donations to the Building Fund and Food Pantry. You may still continue to make electronic donations for Offertory and the Capital Campaign.
Capital Campaign at Work!
Ours is a faith community which is welcoming, family oriented, and spiritually vital. We seek to provide each person with the opportunity to experience spiritual growth by developing a deeply personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to serve the community by making present the person of Jesus and His Gospel message. We seek to attract others to enter into our parish family by rejoicing in the resurrection and living what we profess to be.
Church Hall & Sacristy: 267-8648, Parish Office: 267-8174
96 Main St., Belmont, NH