St. Joseph of the Lakes is proud to have an active faith community - there’s always something going on! Be sure check the listing below for news & events. Please check out our other channels too:
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Salvation Series - Thursdays starting on April 8, 2021
Join us for a new/Bible study/video/discussion series from FORMED, beginning Thursday April 8, 6:30-8:00 in the Worship Space. We hear at every Sunday Mass that Jesus came down from heaven for our salvation. Dr Michael Barber will guide us through what “salvation” means for a Catholic. Register by clicking the picture below. Study guides will be available for $10. Contact Andi Million with questions at 651.784.3015.
Faith Chat Series: As I Have Done for You - Sunday, April 18, 2021 in the Great Hall from 6:30 to 7:45 pm
In five words, Jesus challenged the Church to be advocates for service and justice in our world. Denise Walsh, Charity and Justice Director at St. Joseph’s, will lead a presentation which includes hands on service project to support our brothers and sisters in Guatemala. Participants will engage in a discussion on Fair Trade and how each of us can take practical steps to improve the lives of those struggling around the world. Candidates will receive a serv ice credit for this event as well as a Faith Chat. This event is open to everyone at St. Joe's and to register, please click the button below:
St. Joseph of the Lakes Ireland Pilgramage - April 19 - April 30 2022
Our pilgramage to Ireland has been rescheduled for 2022! Explore the beauty of the “Emerald Isle” as you travel throughout the north and south. We'll visit the Blarney Castle for some kissing and spend two nights in a 17th-century castle. Savor a pint of Guinness and enjoy the company of our fellow travelers. This tour is accompanied by an excellent local guide, who will give insight about the spiritual and historical significance of Ireland. Let Magi Travel take you on one of their quality, custom tours which have been planned and perfected for over 35 years. Space is limited so sign up today. Click here for more information or to register!
Homebound Eucharistic Ministers Needed
Have you felt the Holy Spirit opening your heart to something new? We are in need of a few more homebound Eucharistic ministers-Extraordinary Ministers. With the current pandemic and protocol surrounding visits (under 15 min, masked, physically distanced) we really NEED some persons under the age of 65. If you are interested, please contact Barb Uschold Anderson, Pastoral Minister, at the parish office for more information. This will be a gift to another and surprisingly a gift to you.
Historic Church Open for Prayer
Currently, our Historic Church is open for prayer to 10 or less people, everyday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. Please help us by self regulating to 10 or less people at a time. Prayers to everyone during this time.