St. Joseph Catholic Church


A parish is a community of believers, a spiritual family that grows together in their relationship with the Lord. Together we discover and live out our true identity and mission as followers of Jesus Christ, seeking an ever deepening unity with Him as His mystical body in the world today. Therefore, we take seriously our Baptismal call to seek out opportunities to act as His hands, His feet and His voice in our world today. It is our hope this website will aid us in that growth well into the future, as we reach our members, visitors, or those looking for a new parish home.
​In addition to basic information about our faith, the church and ministries of our parish and school, this website will provide a vehicle for us to stay connected with one another. For example, feel free to stop by and check out our parish Facebook page, “Like us” and leave a comment.

Again, we’re glad you stopped by our website today and urge you to join us in doing all we can to live the faith this day.  To deepen our relationship with the Lord and each other and to allow the Lord, through us, to touch the lives of those we meet along the way this day.  Have a wonderful day and may you know the Lord’s blessing in abundance

Yours in Christ

Fr. Michael Williams

For Daily Readings and psalms (without commentary) click here.
Please Note:  St. Joseph is no longer recording Masses.  Please click below on Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. to watch the Mass livestreamed.

Please click here to watch the

Saturday 5 p.m. Mass Livestreamed.

Click Here for What to Do When You Can’t Go to Mass ~ An In-Home Celebration of the Word 
Click below to donate to the 2022 DSA.
Pope Francis has called for a worldwide synod, asking us to listen as the entire People of God to what the Holy Spirit is saying to the Church. He is asking us to examine how we are journeying with not only the faithful in the pews but those fallen away from the Church and those on the peripheries of society.  Find out more at:
check this out!!
Did you like the explanation Fr. mike and the deacon Jerry gave about the liturgy?  Click the link below to watch each explanation again.  you may pick up something you missed the first time.  enjoy!!
by Fr. Mike and Deacon Jerry​
Weekend Mass Schedule:
​Saturday at 5:00 p.m. 
Sunday at 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., and Noon​

Spanish Weekend Mass:

Sunday at 6:00 p.m.

Weekday Masses:

Monday  ~ No Mass
Tuesday ~ 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday ~ 12:05 p.m. 
Thursday ~ 8:30 a.m.
Friday ~ 8:30 a.m.


Tuesday  @ 6:30 p.m. 
Saturday @ 4:00 p.m. 

First Friday Eucharistic Adoration:

*Every first Friday we have Eucharistic Adoration after 8:30 AM Mass to Saturday morning ending with Benediction before
8:30 AM Mass. Everyone is welcome to come spend some time with the Lord!
*Unless otherwise advertised in the bulletin.
Kroger Community Rewards earned us nearly $4,900 last year. Enroll (or re-enroll today to keep us earning money! You must re-enroll every year! Visit to create an account and use “St. Joseph” or our group number “82813”. Questions? Email

If you have been abused or victimized by someone representing the Catholic Church

Please believe in the possibility for hope and help and healing. We encourage you to come forward and speak out. Every diocese in the United States now has a victim assistance coordinator who is available to obtain support for your needs, to help make a formal complaint of abuse to the diocese and to arrange a personal meeting with the bishop or his representative, if you desire.
The victim assistance coordinator for the Diocese of Lansing is: Cheryl Williams-Hecksel – 1.888.308.6252 or

In addition, you may also report through the law enforcement toll-free reporting hotline at (844) 324-3374 (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or by email at