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Mission Statement for St. Joseph

We are a multi-generational Christian community growing in spiritual life together through liturgical worship, learning, and caring for all God's people. We invite and welcome all to this Holy place.    


Family Promises:  Help provide a dinner or breakfast for up to 5 families participating in the Family Promise’s program.  These families are given shelter and meals during their stay of up to 3 months in this  program.  It gives them a leg up to find jobs, save for an apartment down payment or both. Our church provides a dinner and a breakfast about 4 times per year.  There is a sign-up sheet for the Dec. 1 and 2 meals on the bulletin board.  For more information call Rhoda Yeager, 303-921-1038.
 Santa Shop:   Ho! Ho! Ho!  If you want to make a kid’s Christmas, we will be taking donations of toys to the Action Center for their annual distribution.  Please put your unwrapped donations  in the bins near the Church doors by Dec. 14th.  We will deliver them before Sat., the 16th.  The Action Center has provided toys for more than 4000 children in previous years.FROM OUTREACH….


King Soopers and Safeway gift cards is a great way to help fund the activities of the church. Simply purchase a reloadable gift card for the store of your choice for $10 (the card is preloaded with $10) and reload it before you buy groceries. Each time you reload it, 5% of the amount goes directly to the church. This has the potential to raise $3,000, or more, for the church each year! Use it to buy your groceries, for supplies for your Summer barbecue, or as gifts for others. Each time the recipient of your gift reloads the card, St. Joseph benefits! So, if you need a new card, are new to the church and want another way to support our ministries, or you want to make a gift, come and see Denise after church.  Thank you!

NEXT SUNDAY - December 10th we have been invited to Green Mountain Presbyterian Church

We hope you can join us
at Green Mountain Presbyterian Church
on Sunday, Dec. 10th at 5:00pm for a
Longest Night Service of Contemplation
to come to God with our hurts and hopes,
to slow down during December busy-ness,
to remember what matters most to us –
to light a candle. 
The invitation has been extended to the 5 Green Mountain Churches who were here on Thanksgiving and I will also be participating.  I do hope you'll think about coming