Together in Spirit

How You Can Help

Staff contact for Charity & Justice is Denise Walsh. You can reach her at [email protected] or at 651-784-3015 x 110. You can also contact our Pastoral Care Director Barb Uschold Anderson at [email protected] or at 651-784-3015 x112.

Wondering how you can help during this Covid-19 time?  St. Joe's has received many requests as of November 16, 2020 from the non profit organizations we work with and here's how you can help! 

If you have any questions about these drop offs please contact the parish office at 651-784-3015.

Phone a Friend/Parishioner/Neighbor


We are in the middle of the dark days of winter as well as this pandemic and people are in great need of talking and visiting with others!! A challenge to parishioners: Contact/call/reach out to at least one person this week! Reach out to anyone you’ve not seen or connected with in a while—you might think that they're getting enough contact and are 'fine'--but, they just may need your call....and you may need it too! Share this message with others. Contact Barb Uschold Anderson, Pastoral Minister for additional resources for those who are in need at 651-784.3015.

Easter Cards!! Offer Joy & Care



Thank you to so many wonderful people who offered Valentines of care!...PLEASE, let’s offer our neighbors, homebound parishioners, and Care Center residents some Easter Joy!  PLEASE, take a bit of time out of your day and write/make some Easter cards or notes preferably with a message of hope & joy for us to deliver to our care center residents and some of our homebound parishioners. Please note, at this time we do not need blank cards, we need signed cards with a written message ready to share-thanks! Drop off at Parish Office, marked "Easter Cards” by March 29, 2021. 

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.

Phone: 651-784-3015 ext 112 or email at [email protected]

Centennial Area Food Shelf

We are collecting non-perishable food items inside the Atrium Door #4 (Faith Formation Entrance) and are delivering items dropped off to the food shelf twice a week.

We heard from the CAFS and this is what they are specifically asking for: Tuna & Chicken, Canned Fruit, Canned Vegetables, Hardy Soups, Meal Helpers, Cereal & Oatmeal, Peanut Butter, Baking mixes (Not separate bags of flour, sugar, etc) Tomatoes- Sauce, diced, Manwich, Dry Beans or canned, Stew, Chili, Rice, Boxed potatoes, Boxed Complete Meals, Dried Pasta sides, Mac & cheese, Pancake mix (complete) & syrup, Mayo, Ketchup & Mustard, Baby Food

*Opened packages or containers can not be accepted or individual items from a larger package.

Alexandra House for Victims of Domestic Assault

We are collecting items to distribute to Alexandra House and as of March 10, 2021 they are asking for:

They are in need of hand towels, wash cloths, Full size sheet sets, hair conditioner (full size) – Cantu or similar products for curly hair and women’s deodorant.  Collection bins are located in the gathering space and by the office or these items can also be dropped off in the Atrium of Door #4 and marked Alexandra House.