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.’ 

Groups

The St. Joseph’s Bethany Group aims to offer assistance and support to those who have recently experienced a bereavement. If you think they could be of help to you or would just like someone to talk to please feel free to get in touch with them. Their meetings are published regularly in the Parish Bulletin. They can also be contacted through the parish house number 0141 778 1054.

ST. JOSEPH’S RCIA GROUP
St. Joseph’s and St. Joachim’s have an active RCIA group assisting those who wish to become Catholics. If you would like to join them and us please feel free to get in touch.

ST. JOSEPH’S ROSARY GROUP
The Rosary Group meet every morning after 9.30am Mass.

ST. JOSEPH’S LOURDES GROUP
St. Joseph’s Lourdes Group has for many years been involved in supporting pilgrims who might benefit from travelling to Lourdes. Further information is available through the parish bulletin.

Maintenance
ST. JOSEPH’S GARDENERS
ST. JOACHIM’S GARDENERS
ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH CLEANERS
ST. JOACHIM’S CHURCH CLEANERS
The efforts of those who work hard to keep our properties clean and looking good should never be under estimated. If you have time to join them, you would be very welcome. If nothing else it’s good company! All welcome!

Liturgy
All of our music groups are keen to welcome new members, singers, musicians, organists. If you are interested and willing to help, please get in touch.

ST. JOSEPH’S VIGIL MASS MUSIC GROUP
This group includes organ, keyboard, guitars, clarinet, violin and vocals.

ST. JOSEPH’S 11.30am CHOIR
This group includes choir, cantors, organ and harp.

ST JOACHIM’S 10.00am MUSIC GROUP
This group includes singers, guitars and flute.

We are also pleased to welcome new Ministers of Welcome, Readers and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. Please speak with the Parish Priest.

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 LITURGY GROUP
The parish liturgy group meets to review the liturgies that have taken place in the parish and to plan for liturgies that are due to take place.

 

 

 

Social

ST. JOSEPH’S SOCIAL GROUP
In St. Joseph’s we affirm the need for us to be together as a community, not simply for liturgy, but in other ways too. Our Social Group organises dances, Family Nights, Christmas Fayres, Quiz Nights etc. throughout the year. More information. As events arise through the parish bulletin.

ST. JOSEPH’S LADIES
Social evening are held on the third Friday of every month. All Welcome.

ST. JOSEPH’S YOUTH GROUP
Our Parish Youth Group, for young people in primary six and seven, meets every Tuesday night in St. Joseph’s, 7pm – 8.30pm. 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.

ST. JOACHIM’S BINGO
Bingo every Sunday night in St. Joachim’s Parish hall. All welcome.

Outreach

ST. JOSEPH’S MARY’S MEALS GROUP
On the first Sunday of the month after the 11.30am Mass we host our Mary’s Meal’s Coffee morning. Over the years St. Joseph’s has raised thousands of pounds to help this good cause. Please join us.

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