The East End Deanery

St. Joseph’s and St. Joachim’s are part of the East End Deanery. The East End Deanery is very active and regularly proposes events focused on adult catechesis and the celebration of the Sacraments.’ 

Children & Young People

St Joseph’s Youth Group, for young people in primary six and seven, meets every Tuesday night in St. Joseph’s Parish Hall. A variety of activities are on offer along with regular trips out for trampolining, bowling, football, pantomime etc. The club is very busy, everyone is welcome.

The Caritas Award Scheme
In collaboration with St. Andrew’s Secondary School and Trinity High School our parishes take part in the Caritas Award Scheme. Through this programme senior pupils from St. Andrew’s Secondary and from Trinity High School are invited to find their place in our parish communities making their own contribution to the life and ministry of our Catholic communities.

Children’s Liturgy
Each weekend, at 5.30pm Vigil Mass in St Joseph’s and at our 10.00am Morning Mass in St. Joachim’s, we host a Children’s Liturgy of the Word. This allows young children to hear the Word of God in language that makes sense to them.

 

ST. JOSEPH’S, TOLLCROSS
ST. JOACHIM’S, CARMYLE

St. Joseph’s,
14 Fullarton Avenue,
Glasgow, G32 8NJ,

Tel: 0141 778 1054
email: stjoseph.tollcross@rcag.org.uk
stjoachim@rcag.org.uk

Parish Priest: Fr. Andrew McKenzie

St. Joachim’s serves St. Joachim’s Primary School.

Carmyle is also home to the Comboni Missionaries. 

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