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Mass Schedule

NO PUBLIC MASSES
The church building is closed until further notice.

Saturday Vigil
5:00 pm
Sunday
9:00 am, 11:30 am, 5:00 pm
Weekdays
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30 am
Morning Prayer 7:45 am
Rosary 8:00 am


Confession
Tuesday 5:00-6:30 pm
Saturday 8:30-10:00 am
by appointment only

Adoration
Tuesday 9:00 am-9:00 pm

 

Location

Church
400 S. Andresen Road
Vancouver, WA 98661

Parish Office
6600 Highland Drive
Vancouver, WA 98661
(360) 696-4407
(360) 696-3959 fax

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Office Hours
The Parish Office is closed until further notice.
Monday-Thursday
9:00 am-4:30 pm
Closed 12:00-1:00 pm
Friday
Closed

 

 

                  

 

 

At Home with Faith
Resources to help deepen your family's faith at home.
Issue 4: Palm Sunday April 5, 2020
Edición 4: del Domingo de Ramos 5 de Abril

Palm Sunday Mass - April 5, 2020

Daily Mass with Archbishop Etienne:

Fridays with Father - April 3, 2020

 

Parish Updates - 3/25/20

  • Parish Office:  Closed until further notice. The parish staff is working remotely and monitoring voicemail and email. Please don't hesitate to call and leave a message and we will return your calls and emails as we are able.
  • Church:  The church building is closed to the public until further notice.
  • Sunday Mass will be live-streamed at 9:00 am. Watch live on Facebook or view the recording on this webpage after 10:00 am on Sunday.
  • Meetings and Events:  All other meetings and events are canceled.
  • Pastoral Emergencies: Call the parish office at 360-696-4407 and follow the prompts to leave a message for a pastoral emergency.
  • Sacrament of Reconciliation: Confessions are available by appointment only. To reach Fr. Gary, please call 360-823-2856.
  • Funerals: Funerals will be postponed until further notice. Please call the office if a death occurs so that we may pray with you.

Stewardship 
As many around the world struggle with the Coronavirus, St. Joseph has not been immune to the effects caused by these recent events. The directive from Archbishop Etienne to suspend all Masses was an important step in helping slow the spread of the virus and was made out of concern for the common good and care of the vulnerable in our community. However, this important step will have a serious impact on our weekly Sunday collection. Like most parishes, 90% of our revenue comes from the generous support of our faith community. This generosity supports the ministries of our parish and basic operations such as utilities, maintenance, and payroll.
 
Many parishioners give electronically, and that will help sustain us during this time. Online giving via Pushpay can be customized by you. The frequency of how you want to give (weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc.) and the type of gift (debit, credit, EFT, etc.) is up to you. If you don’t wish to give online, please consider mailing in your weekly stewardship gift or set up a bill pay through your bank. We thank you for your continued support of our parish.
 
Please see these instructions for how to quickly set up an online giving account or call the parish office. You can also text stjoevan to 77977 and follow the link to give via your mobile device.

2020 Census - 10 questions, 10 minutes
April 1, 2020, “Census Day” is just around the corner. Every ten years, the federal government is required to count every single person living in the United States through a census in order to determine how billions of dollars in federal funds, as well as political representation, will be distributed among states and local communities for the next decade. Archbishop Etienne and Bishop Elizondo have written to the people of the Archdiocese about this most important activity.  Read it in English   Read it in Spanish

Catholic Church Calls for Civility
Please take a moment to read the pastoral statement by the Bishops of Washington State titled  “Love One another: Practicing Civility for the Common Good.” As Catholics, we have a serious responsibility to model this behavior in the midst of the contentious political climate in our society today. Let’s encourage one another to embrace this civil approach to dealing with conflict and disagreement in our interactions with others.     Read it in English      Read it in Spanish

 

   
 

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