News & Events
FOOD BOXES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED FRIDAYS THRU MARCH
12:30PM UNTIL GONE
Memorial Mass for Patty Rubich, February 20th
MASS AT 12:00NOON, ROSARY BEFORE MASS AT 11:30AM, NO RECPETION
St. Joseph the Worker will hold a Memorial Mass for Patty Rubich, who passed away February 8th. There will be no casket or urn as a private family graveside service will take place before the Mass.
ASH WEDNESDAY MASSES AND LENTEN STATIONS OF THE CROSS
WE WILL HOLD STATIONS OF THE CROSS THIS YEAR WITHOUT THE HUMBLE SOUP SUPPER DUE TO COVID.
ASH WEDNESDAY & LENTEN STATIONS OF THE CROSS, 2021
ASH WEDNESDAY February 17
8:00am Mass in English
4:00pm Mass in English
6:00pm Mass in Spanish
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Every Friday during Lent,
6:00pm in English and
7:00pm in Spanish
SCHEDULE OF SPONSORS FOR FRIDAY STATIONS
2/19 - Staff
2/26 - Altar Guild
3/5 - Choir
3/12 - Knights
3/19 - Legion of Mary
3/26 - Fatima Group
2021 CHILDREN/YOUTH FIRST COMMUNION
Saint Joseph the Worker will celebrate First Communion for children and youth of families that participate in the sacramental life of the parish at Masses on the weekend of May 8-9, 2021. Children aged 8 years and older can celebrate their First Communion this year.
To prepare for First Communion, all children and youth together with parents/guardians must attend sacramental preparation class each Sunday at 11:45-12:45 beginning on February 21 and concluding on May 2. First Communion Sacramental Preparation classes will take place in the school basement and families will be socially distanced during the classes.IMPORTANT NOTES:
- Parents/guardians please email Father Ted (firstname.lastname@example.org) or text him at (503-568-2600) with the names of your children and youth who will be participating in the First Communion Sacramental Preparation classes BY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14.
- Registration forms available on this website under, FORMS .
- Parents/guardians please provide copies of the Baptismal Certificates for your children/youth to Father Ted PRIOR TO SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21.
For questions, contact Father Ted by email or text.
THINK SPRING! SJTW GARDENS START UP AGAIN
YOU CAN RENT A $25/YEAR PLOT OR LEND A HAND FOR ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
Would you like to grow your own veggies? We have garden plots available, 10x12, behind the church in a bright, sunny location; just $25 for the season.
We also have an area where we plant veggies, berries, and fruit for St. Vincent de Paul. We really need help with this area - and you get to take home a portion of what you pick, if you like.
The work is not hard and we have fun visiting. If you would like to give it a try, we would love your help.
You don't have to come every week; try every-other-week or once a month if that fits your schedule better.
We work Tuesdays and Fridays, depending on the weather, from 9 or 10 to about 1pm. If you would like to volunteer in the evening, let me know and we can get an evening group going. If you wish to rent a plot or want to help, call Becky at 503-449-8552.
RESERVATIONS NO LONGER REQUIRED FOR MASS ATTENDANCE
GOVERNOR BROWN INCREASES NUMBERS WHO CAN ATTEND WEEKEND AND DAILY MASSES
MASS SIZES INCREASE
Based on the most recent guidance from the Office of the Governor, no reservations are required for English-language Masses.
Please arrive early; admittance will be first come, first seated.
All attending Mass are required to wear a facial covering and to maintain social distancing of six feet between family groups.
Thank you for observing COVID-19 protocols while attending Mass here at Saint Joseph the Worker.
To view Mass times, click HERE.
CATHOLIC SENTINEL AVAILABLE ONLINE
PRINT COPIES ALSO IN NARTHEX
The Catholic Sentinel, like so many other organizations, is trying to cut down waste during this pandemic, so limited copies of the Sentinel will be available in the narthex or you can access the issues online in English: catholicsentinel.org and in Spanish: elcentinelacatolico.org . They also have them in Flipbook versions at: mysentinelnow.org (English) and elcentinelaahora.org (Spanish).
SIGN UP FOR FLOCK NOTE
Our parish has the ability to send notes to you to help with your spiritual health. We can send you excellent spiritual, scripture, and seasonal inspirations from Bishop Robert Barron during these times when we cannot attend Mass. Click Here to sign up if you don't already have Flock Note or Log in if you are already receiving our notes.
CANS AND BOTTLES FOR YOUTH GROUP
STILL COLLECTING DURING COVID-19
Our youth group is still collecting cans and bottles. Even though we're between coordinators, the fund-raising still continues since there will be future trips, once a qualified candidate is found. You may drop off cans and bottles as you have done in the past: either here at the church/office or at a BottleDrop location . Thank you for helping our youth gain these valuable spiritual, mental, physical, and educational experiences! Call Terri x101 or email at email@example.com for questions.