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.
Do you want to help some families move closer to getting back on their feet? You can help by providing part of a dinner or breakfast for up to five families. In the Family Promises program churches and other groups work together to provide shelter, meals and transportation for families who are homeless but working on finding jobs, and/or places to live. There is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board in the Parish hall. The dates for us to help are Sept. 8 and 9. Have questions, call Rhoda. 303-921-1038
New Parish Directory - Photos were taken every Sunday in August by Mother Michele. Now Susan Ferguson will create the Directory and Joe Hajny will fill in all the pertinent information. It’s been awhile since we had one so please have your photo taken. Please make sure you let the office know if your information on the current parish list is correct or not. Thanks!
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!
The below information is presented as a courtesy to our Episcopal Family, it is not sponsored by St. Joseph's but all are encouraged to attend:
I Am Not Your Negro: film showing and discussion
Saturday, September 9, 2017 at 4 p.m.
Holy Redeemer Episcopal Church
2552 Williams Street, Denver 80205
Come watch this powerful film based on James Baldwin’s writings on race. Stay for a discussion after the viewing. We recommend a companion text: Baldwin’s book The Fire Next Time, but please come whether or not you read the book.“We may be able, handful that we are, to end the racial nightmare, and achieve our country, and change the history of the world.” -James Baldwin, The Fire Next Time. For more info visit the Colorado chapter of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship’s website: http://www.epfcolorado.org