News & Events
SPECIAL DAY OF RECOLLECTION (RETREAT) FOR WOMEN, IN-PERSON
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 SJTW SOCIAL ROOM, 9-3, Includes Mass, coffee, and dessert. Due to COVID, we ask you to please bring your own sack lunch
FATHER TIM FURLOW WILL SPEAK AT THE ACCW'S (ARCHDIOCESAN COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN) DAY OF RECOLLECTION. HIS THEME FOR THE DAY: THE HEALING FATHERHOOD OF SAINT JOSEPH. All women are invited to listen to Fr. Tim who trained in the U.S. and Rome in Theology and Philosophy, as well as specializing in Sacred and Moral Theology. Father Tim's personable and knowledgeable manner inspires and teaches with wisdom. (For a sample of Fr. Tim's speaking, you can listen to one of his podcasts here: https://catholicbytespodcast.com/podcast/more-than-a-set-of-rules/.)
The day includes the celebration of Mass. $20 Fee is waived for SJTW parishioners who register, but donations are accepted. All are welcome, so please do bring interested friends.
To register, call or text Sue Anker at 503-252-2574.
RETREAT AND HEALING MASS AT ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER
OCTOBER 10, 11, 12 5:30 TO 8:30PM
St. Joseph the Worker's Charismatic Vietnamese Community is sponsoring a retreat and healing Mass. Father Luis Nguyen will present and celebrate Mass in Vietnamese. Fr. Ted will present and celebrate Mass in English.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO THIS HEALING RETREAT.
OUR HOLIDAY BAZAAR BACK ON FOR 2021!
NOVEMBER 6, 9-6PM AND NOVEMBER 7, 9-2PM
The fun returns! Our SJTW Altar Guild will organize and sponsor the 2021 Holiday Bazaar in-person this year.
Hundreds of carefully handcrafted items from local community and parish members.
Raffle baskets, jewelry, wood work by Alan Stickel, fabric designs and so much more.
Coffee, punch and Altar Guild Bake Sale
Prepare for the joy of a community event that brings us all together.
WE NEED YOUR DONATIONS FOR RAFFLE BASKETS! By September 26
We are looking for the following items:
- Gift cards to restaurants, home improvement, Amazon, grocery stores, salons, etc.
- Weekend getaways: if you have a vacation home that you would be willing to offer up
- Event Tickets such as to Blazer games, sporting events, etc.
WHITE ELEPHANT ITEMS ALSO WANTED. MUST BE IN GOOD CONDITION, PLEASE.
Drop off donations at the parish office (T, W, Th 9-4) or put them in an envelope labeled, ALTAR GUILD BAZAAR and place them in the Offertory box.
HONOR YOUR LOVED ONES
FLORAL ARRANGMENTS CAN BE ORDERED. $25 FOR THE ALTAR, OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE PICTURE AT ENTRANCE, AND THE HOLY FAMILY ALCOVE.
Your $25 contribution supplements the expenses to purchase flowers, vases and materials which are especially costly during the pandemic. The Altar Guild donates the rest of the funds needed, as well as contributing the time and skill to arrange the bouquets. Your contributions are deeply appreciated!
Flowers at the Pieta statue can be placed by special arrangement.
TO PLAN A DEDICATION FOR YOUR LOVED ONE, CONTACT JODIE AT JODIE@NICKROSSI.COM or 503-936-3434.
CANS AND BOTTLES FOR YOUTH GROUP
STILL COLLECTING DURING COVID-19
Our youth group is still collecting cans and bottles. Please use the blue bags provided on the table in the narthex since they have our SJTW Youth Group bar code to assure all donations are credited to us. You may drop off cans and bottles at the office or at a BottleDrop location or bring them to the church. In an effort to reduce the number of bags of cans and bottles left in the narthex during mass, the Youth Group will collect cans and bottles before and after the 8:30 am, 10:30 am and 1:00 pm masses on the third Sunday of each month. Members of the youth group will collect them on the sidewalk in front of the social room as you enter mass. Thank you for your continued support of our youth group program.
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