If you are a visitor, welcome!
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to register your family
with the parish.

From a Heart of Gratitude We Share Our Treasure

Archdiocese Planning Study

A Letter from the Bishops of WA State on the Face of Poverty

Our U.S. Bishops encourage us to take action on the issue of immigration.
Please click here and read.


Thank you for your support!
Please click here to make your pledge online.
ACA Corporate Matching?
Contact Maggie Stiles

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Flower Committee
Do you have a green thumb?
Then join the Flower Committee!

The primary purpose of this committee is to enhance the worship space by providing flowers during the year.
Please click here to sign up.

Funeral Reception Committee

Do you love to cook?
Then join the Funeral Reception Committee!

This committee provides a dessert or luncheon reception for bereaved families. Involvement may include providing food and/or helping with set-up, serving, and clean-up.
Please click here to sign up. 


Stewardship, A Way of Life


Our yearly pledge of Stewardship of Treasure for the 2017 calendar year has begun!

Please click here for more information on Parish Stewardship 2017.


St. Joseph needs you!
Our 80+ ministries—ranging from liturgical to formation and outreach—are available
to people wishing to share of their time and talent.

Ministry Booklet (PDF)

Sign-up now to put your time and
talent to work for those who benefit from our wonderful ministries.

Everything we have and everything we are is a gift from God.
Stewardship is the ability to share our gifts of life, time, talent, and treasure
with others–with no strings attached and no conditions.
We share these gifts out of our love for God and gratitude to Him.

This is what Stewardship is all about. Stewardship is a way of life.

“Thus should one regard us:
as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God.”
-1 Corinthians 4:1

Five Principles of Stewardship of Time, Talent & Treasure
1. Preparation
: We spend time in thought and prayer when deciding what to give.
2. Proportionate: Our giving is proportionate to what God has given us.
3. Sacrificial: We give back to God from our substance, rather than our abundance.
4. Grateful: Our offering is a grateful response to the immense love God has for us.
5. A Gift: What we give is a gift, given without reservation or condition.

Questions? Please contact Kathy at (425) 313-5722