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Building the Catholic Culture

“We should not stay away from our assembly, as is the custom of some, but encourage one another, and this all the more as you see the day drawing near.” -Hebrews 10:25

At St. Joseph we have many opportunities for you to get involved, see our groups listed below.

If you have an idea for a new group, please contact us at 970-482-4148.

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Small Groups and Formation

Come to the Table, Dinner Club This small group aims to forge friendships beyond the Mass. Would you like to join a small group Dinner Club and build lifelong friendships? Then this is the right club for you! Contact Chad,

Prayer Line The prayer line is composed of parishioners who have agreed to offer their time in prayer to intercede for the needs of others. To add an intention to the prayer line, contact Sue,

Wednesday Men’s Prayer Group Join us every Wednesday morning at 5:30am in Meredith Hall. Contact, Ray Gillan,

RosaryJoin us for the Rosary before Masses- Parishioner led.

Religious Education During the school year, St. Joseph Parish provides Faith Formation for children from 3 years old through 5th grade on Sunday mornings in the parish school. Learn more here.

Youth Ministry The youth ministry program at Saint Joseph is for all current middle and high school students. In addition to regular weekly gatherings, there are also special activities held throughout the year, which includes lock-ins and retreats. Learn more here.

40 Days for LifeThe Knights of Columbus Council 1214 for St Joseph Parish has designated Fridays at 4:00pm and Saturdays at 1:00pm to pray at the vigil outside Planned Parenthood on S. Shields street. Please Join us!

Knights of Columbus Knights of Columbus Council 1214 is a Catholic, Family, Fraternal, Service organization whose primary function is Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism, within its membership, the St. Joseph Catholic Parish, and the Fort Collins, Colorado community.

Denver Catholic Biblical SchoolThe Second Vatican council reminds us that as Catholics, Sacred Scripture is instrumental to our relationship with Jesus Christ. Learn more here.

Tuesday Night Bible Study This study is led by parishioners who attended the Catholic Biblical School. All adults are welcome from 6:30-8pm in Meredith Hall. Contact

The Father’s of Saint Joseph Men’s Group- Meetings are on the first Wednesday of each month – 7:30 – 9:00PM in the Church. For additional information contact Deacon Greg 

Confraternity of Christian MothersNorthern Colorado Confraternity of Christian Mothers learn to unite their own hearts to Christ so that they can help to draw their families closer to the Lord. Meetings are the second Wednesday of the month at 7:30pm. Enroll here

RCIA Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is more than a program, it is a process by which one freely chooses to follow Jesus by entering a life of faith in the Catholic Church. Contact, Jeanette or Learn more here.

Marriage Preparation Saint Joseph Catholic Parish strives to prepare couples for not only their wedding day, but for a lifetime of grace-filled blessings in the relationship that will help lead them to eternal salvation. Contact, Kimberly or Learn more here.

Community Events

Coffee and Donuts Coffee and donuts anyone? Great! Join us every Sunday after the 7:30, 9:30 and 11:30am Masses. Meet your fellow parishioners in a welcoming environment.

Parish PicnicThe Annual Parish Picnic is held once a year in late Summer, early Fall. This is the highlight of our year, as we celebrate all of you with food, fun and fellowship!

Senior Dinner- Join us for our Senior Christmas Dinner. More information to come in the November bulletins.

Pastoral Care Ministries

Jail Ministry Those involved in the Jail Ministry visit the Larimer County Detention Center (LCDC) to offer inmates the opportunity to receive Holy Communion. Contact Deacon Greg,

Funeral MinistryHelp prepare funeral dinners from start to finish for grieving family and friends who have lost loved ones. Contact,

Communion VisitationExtraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion offer communion to Catholics who cannot otherwise attend church. Contact Deacon Greg,


Marisol FamilyMarisol Family (formerly Gabriel House Project) is a network that provides basic material assistance to families with young children throughout Colorado. Contact us, 970-581-8803