Our mission is to serve God and to welcome all people to God's love
Parish Office and Mailing Address:
St. Joseph's Catholic Church
3159 Route 9N
P. O. Box 547
Greenfield Center, New York 12833
Telephone and Fax: 518-893-7680

Office Hours:
Wednesday and Thursday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
MASSES:

Saturday
  4:00 PM - St. Joseph's

Sunday
  8:30 AM - St. Paul's Mission
10:30 AM - St. Joseph's

Obligatory Holy Days
  7:00 PM - St. Joseph's

Reconciliation
First Saturday of the month at St. Joseph's
3:15 - 3:45 PM or by appointment


St. Joseph's
3159 Route 9N
Greenfield Center, New York
St. Paul's Mission
771 Route 29
Rock City Falls, New York
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St. Paul's Mission
St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Welcome to the Catholic Community of St. Joseph's

"Our mission is to serve God and to welcome all people to God's love"







The digital version of Bringing Home the Word for the Sundays of June is now ready.

You may download one file that includes all the Sundays for the entire month. The links to the PDF (Portable Document Format) files are below.
 These links will work until the end of July.

July, 2014


Strong Catholic Families

The research on faith cannot be clearer:

Families matter a lot!

St. Joseph's ~ St. Paul's is renewing our partnership with families as we support your roles in growing and nurturing the faith of your loved ones.  

(Please note that we are using the words "family" and "parents" very loosely here. We know families come in all shapes and sizes. This initiative is for everyone, even single adults who wish to nurture their faith.)

This initiative will seek ways to help you take ownership as the primary leaders of faith within your families. Instead of throwing our collective arms up in the air in despair, we invite you to consider a dynamic grassroots process designed to empower everyone to form Strong Catholic Families.

Strong Catholic Families: Strong Catholic Youth is an ongoing parish process that engages and strengthens our parishioners in growing as a domestic church through close and vital partnership with the parish.

Your parish leadership has taken the first step in this process. They attended a diocesan workshop with representatives from our parish and followed up with a diocesan consultant to assess our readiness to participate in this initiative.

Step 2 will seek to engage parishioners through presentations and dialogues with a diocesan presenter who will use contemporary research combined with engaging visuals and pertinent stories to help you understand the critical role you possess and how faith is lived in your home and especially in your children's (and grandchildren's) lives.

Follow-up gatherings will help engage participants in exploring their needs and concerns while exploiting practical strategies for how to best grow in faith as a family.

Please share this information with your family, friends and neighbors who may not be receiving this great news.

Meanwhile, if you have any questions or comments, please contact Margie Carroll (MACarroll@nycap.rr.com or 698-9000


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