Chicken Dinner – June 3rd

St. Joseph’s 13th Annual Chicken DinnerChicken dinner

Sunday June 3rd
11:00am – 2:30pm
Raffles and Silent Auction at 3:00pm

Bring the whole family and friends too, for a delicious meal served by your friends at St. Joseph’s.  Stay for the fun activities, ice cream treats sponsored by the Mission Youth and raffle drawings at 3:00pm

Dine-In Dinner Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children.
Carry Outs are $11.00 adults and $5.50 for children.

To guarantee your meal, tickets must be purchased by May 27th.

Stay for the fun:  Country Gentlemen Barbershop Quartet, Peter Donalds, solo artist and St. Joseph’s student, kids games, ice cream treats, raffles, silent auction, food, foam and fun!

Join us for a fun afternoon.

Tri-Parish Youth Mission Group’s Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Raffle

Tri-Parish Youth Mission Group’s Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Raffle
All proceeds benefit group’s trip to Nashville this June.
This will be a Catholic Order of Foresters Matching Funds Event
Cost:  $8.00 adults, $4.00 children 4-11 and children 3 and under are free.

There are five baskets available.

  • Nashville Basket-includes country music CD’s and 4 tickets to the Wal. Co. Fair, Meat
  • Lovers Basket includes Beef, pork and chicken from a local farm,
  • Family Fun Basket is full of games, crafts, movies and snacks–everything you need for family night–including 4 movie passes to Showboat Theater,
  • TWO gift card baskets with over $100 worth of cards in each.

Raffle tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00.

The Spaghetti Supper will be followed by a Euchre Tournament at 7:30pm.

Garden Club Meeting

Anyone interested in joining the Garden Club of St. Joseph’s to help beautify the parish grounds are invited to attend and informational meeting Sunday April 15th after the 9:30 mass.  Call Mary Ann Johnson 249-0081 with questions.

What’s the mass all about?

Fr. Peter Berger, Vocations Director for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, will be at our church on Wednesday, March 21, at 6:45pm.  All are welcome to join the REP students for this wonderful learning experience.  A teaching Mass is just that.  Fr. Peter will be saying Mass as usual, but will be stopping at certain times to explain what is happening and why we do or say the things we do.  If you have unanswered questions about what happens at Mass and why… or if you would like to have a better understanding of the mass, Fr. Peter will help!  See you at Mass!

Table of Mercy – St. Joseph’s Feast Day

The tradition of the St. Joseph’s Table

During a famine in Sicily, when food was scarce and many people were starving, the poor people had only their faith to rely on.  St. Joseph was known as the protector of the Holy Family and Italians had strong family relationships, so they prayed for St. Joseph to intercede for them so they could have successful crops.  Their prayers were answered, and the famine came to an end.  In gratitude, people promised to make annual offerings of their most precious possession — food– in St. Joseph’s honor.

Today, the faithful erect “St Joseph Tables” to honor St. Joseph and feed the poor and hungry in their communities.


Please join us for a potluck brunch

Sunday, March 18 at 10:30am

Parish live will be providing pancakes, sausage, and egg casserole along with the beverages.  A sign up sheet is in the back of church with meal suggestions to bring.

Come for the fellowship!

Bring a non-perishable food item(s) or monetary gift for our local food pantries to continue the tradition.

Hospitality Weekend Volunteers are needed

Do you enjoy the hospitality offered after the masses on the first weekend of each month?  If so, you help is needed to keep this tradition alive.

Sign-up sheets are in the back entry of church along with an explanation of the duties required.

Your help in keeping up this ministry is necessary!

Blood Drive

Blood Center of Wisconsin’s Blood Drive will be held in the Parish Center April 10th, 2:30 pm – 6:30pm.  To register call Julie Koenen at 763-2390 or register on line at

Hear Ye, Hear Ye

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

A decree has been sent from Caeser Augustus

that all the world should be counted.

Join Joseph and Mary as they travel to the city of David, Bethlehem, on Wednesday, December 21.  You will go back in time as you experience the sites, sounds and smells of what daily live was like when Jesus was born.

The Marketplace will be full of activities and crafts for the whole family!

Make your own pillow at the Inn, join the wise men on Star Gazer Hill as they study that bright new star, talk with Joseph and Mary as they share their special news and meet the people of Bethlehem.

The city gates(Parish Center) will open at 6:30pm and will remain open until 8:00pm.    Everyone is welcome so tell your family and friends to come see what happened “One Starry Night”

To end the night’s festivities the Religious Ed students will lead us in some caroling.