The function of the Finance Council is to advise, assist, and support the pastor in achieving the most responsible stewardship of resources given for carrying out the work of the Church in the parish and beyond.
Members of St. Joseph Finance Council are: Mary Berz, Jack Horton, Dottie Kelley, Tom Lowrey, and Patrick Smith.
The parish also has a Pastoral Council to advise, assist, and support the pastor, and through him the members of his pastoral staff, in the accomplishment of agreed-upon pastoral objectives. The Pastoral Council is an institution that brings together lay people, religious, and the ordained together with their pastor to build the parish as a living Christian community.
Members of St. Joseph Pastoral Council are: Jerry Brown, Ted Gooding, Carol Hartzell, Deacon Dennis Langdon, Ted Rains, Dr. Donna Valori, and Dr. Joseph Weber.
Knights of Columbus
Knights of Columbus
Our Lady of the Mountain Council No. 5757 is a division of the world’s largest Catholic Men’s organization. The Knights of Columbus organization has about 1.6 million members, and donates to many worthwhile charities. The functions of this group are related to church, community, and family, as well as fraternal and youth concerns. Our Knights of Columbus host a pancake breakfast on the third Sunday of each month, assist with Fish Frys and the Parish Picnic, and sell peaches and Tootsie Rolls annually, as well as participating in other activities in the community. Dan Darragh is the Grand Knight of the Council. All practicing Catholic men of the parish are invited to join the Knights.
Fellowship and Prayer
If you enjoy playing Bridge, socializing, and a good lunch please consider joining our group. Our Bridge group meets at Fossil Trace at 10:00 am.m on the third Wednesday of the month. The group is organized by Mary Junk. Please contact us if you are interested in joining.
Books and Brew Club
Each month during the school year, the group picks a book to read and discuss. We meet the third Wednesday of every month in the cry room of the church following the 8:00 a.m. and Rosary. Please watch the Bulletin for information on our next meeting.
Small Christian Communities
Small Christian Communities are groups that gather regularly to share their faith, help each other in their Christian way through daily life, relate Scripture to the world around them, and reach out in service to others. At meetings they share the next Sunday’s Scripture readings and relate these to their present-day lives. If interested in joining a Small Christian Community please contact us.
STJG Young Adult Group
Founded by Ryan Mack, Josh French, and Hannah Lee, our young adult group is for people who are in their early twenties to early thirties. They regularly plan activities like hikes, camping trips, and evenings at our fire pit as well as attending programs at nearby parishes together. They also meet weekly for dinner and a Bible study. If you are interested in upcoming activities, please join their Flocknote group "STJG Young Adults." You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to RSVP for an event.