Parish News & Events
Lenten Soup Suppers
St. Joseph is partnering with area churches on Wednesdays during Lent for worship and fellowship. A simple soup supper will be served at 6:00 pm followed by evening prayer at 7:00 pm.
- March 12: Trinity Lutheran
- March 19: St. Joseph
- March 26: St. Mark's Lutheran, Whitestown
- April 2: Otterbein United Methodist
- April 9: St. Peter's Episcopal
Lenten Penance Services
All Penance Services begin at 7:00 pm unless noted.
- March 11: Our Lady of Grace, Noblesville
- March 13: St. Joseph, Lebanon
- March 18: Sacred Heart, Cicero
- March 20: St. Louis de Montfort, Fishers
- March 25: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Carmel
- March 26: St. John, Tipton (2:00 pm & 7:00 pm)
- March 31: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Carmel
- April 1: St. Maria Goretti, Westfield
- April 3: Holy Spirit, Fishers
- April 8 (11:00 am): St. Joseph, Lebanon
- April 10: St. Alphonsus, Zionsville
Knights of Columbus Scholarship
The Knights of Columbus are accepting scholarship applications
from any high school senior who plans to enter a college, university or trade school this year, and is a member of St. Joseph Parish. You may obtain an application here or pick up a copy at the Parish Office. Applications must be received in the Parish Office by March 31.
Sacraments in Slow Motion
Please join us in the church on the following Sundays at 9:30 am as Fr. Tim presents the Mass and Sacraments in Slow Motion.
- March 16 - Anointing of the Sick
- April 13 - Chrism Mass and Triduum
Religious Education Registration
Registration for Religious Education classes is currently taking place. Please complete the RE Registration Form (age 3 - grade 8) or Life Teen Registration Form (grades 9-12) and return it to the Parish Office. Classes for ages 3 through grade 8 begin Sunday, September 8 from 9:30 - 10:40 am. Classes for high school students (grades 9 - 12) are held on Sunday from 12:30 - 2:00 pm.
"Come and See" Inquiry
Would you like to ask some questions to learn more about the Catholic faith? Are you thinking about becoming Catholic? The RCIA Team invites you to "Come and See" Inquiry on Monday evenings at 7:00 pm in the St. Aloysius Room. Enter from the south side of the parish hall through the door next to the office entrance. Look for the "Come and See" sign on the door. Parishioners are welcome to accompnay anyone who wants to "come and see." For more information contact the RCIA team coordinators, OA and Candy Kincaid.
St. Joseph's now has a Facebook page. Like our page and keep up to date with happenings in our parish. The "About" section also has links to additional Facebook group and pages related to our parish.
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Our parish is now offering a new option for you to use for contributions to the church. As of December 1, Onliving Giving, provided by Our Sunday Visitor, is available for those who would like to make donations online. Please prayerfully consider Online Giving and visit the link below to get started.
Do you know someone who is hospitalized or ill in the community who would like a friendly visitor? The Outreach Commission wants to make sure our parish is reaching out to people during this stressful time. If you know someone who would like a visit, please contact Willie O'Bryan or the Parish Office so we can serve those in need.
The Jail Ministry is looking for volunteers to join the group. It only requires a minimum of one evening visit per year to the Boone County Jail to minister to those incarcerated. This is a very rewarding ministry and a great way to live out our Christian calling to help those in need of prayer and support. Contact Al Avila for more information.
St. Vincent de Paul
Volunteers are needed to help with the food distribution the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. Set-up begins at 7:00 am and food distribution is from 10:00 - 11:30 am. For more information about this ministry, please contact Stacy Vail.
Area News & Events
Ecclesial Lay Ministry for Parish Leadership
Are you looking to deepen your understanding of Church teaching? Are you striving to be a better lay minister or leader at your parish? You may be looking for the ELM Program for parish leadership development. Maybe you are already in the ELM Program? Then please consider one of the upcoming Spring classes: Christology, Spirituality, Word of God, or Liturgy. The choice is yours. To register, email Amenda at email@example.com. Perhaps your journey is just beginning. If you would like more information about ELM, contact Dr. Anne Roat at firstname.lastname@example.org/765-269-4653 or visit the website at www.dol-in.org/ELM.