This is an organization for retirees and any parishioner 50+ years old. They meet in the Parish Hall on the first Tuesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. Programs consist of covered dish luncheons – followed by a guest speaker or other activity. It is a good way to meet friends. In December, the meeting is replaced by a Christmas fun-filled, get-together luncheon at a local restaurant.
K of C Council 8295
This is a Catholic, family, fraternal service organization. However, it is not an organization of the church. The Fr. Francis Friend Council serves the people of Anderson County. The council provides a variety of opportunities for fraternal and family-centered activities.
Facilities Maintenance Group
This group operates under our Pastor’s approval to assess the maintenance needs of all St. Joseph’s facilities. When feasible, they accomplish the maintenance themselves with the help of other organizations or suggest outside services to the Pastor, and if he elects, he will contact and hire outside contractors or services. Craft experience is needed and desirable. However, labor help is gratefully appreciated.
Catholic Women Serving (CWS)
“To live our faith by utilizing our God-given gifts to serve our parish and our community.” What we do: Community Outreach, Projects, Fundraisers, Parish Events, School Events, and FUN!
All men are welcome! It provides a pool of workers for various activities and hosts several fundraising events that benefit our parish school and the various right to life organizations. In addition, this organization serves as a social gathering forum for the men of the parish. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month starting at 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall.
Flowers and Grounds
Volunteers who care for and beautify the grounds and church.
St. Joseph’s Annual Golf Tournament
This is an annual event held at Cobb’s Glen Country Club to benefit St. Joseph’s school. Sponsored by the St. Joseph Men’s Club and the Knights of Columbus Council #8295.
The Bereavement Committee is a compassionate group of volunteers who assist families who have just experienced the death of a loved one. During the families’ time of sorrow the Bereavement Committee responds to the gospel message “to comfort all who mourn.” When a Church member dies we offer a meal to the family. It can be served in the Church Hall, or we can bring the meal to the home after the funeral.
We have five teams that take turns so you are only called upon two or three times in a year to help. Our Church provides the meats and each team member provides one side dish. These items are a casserole, salads, fruit, dessert, rolls, ice tea, etc. They can either be home made or bought. We also need help to serve the meal in the Church Hall and clean up afterward.
We really need some more help so if you would like to join this Ministry we would love to have you join a team. Please call me, Barbara Mazzola, at 224-2433(home).