St. Joseph's Episcopal Church
A small church with a big heart in Queens Village, NY
ST. JOSEPH'S IS OPEN!
Our buildings have been closed, but we remain strong and dedicated to supporting the community and each other. We encourage you to join Worship via computer, mobile device, or telephone to experience morning prayer as a community.
Join us for in-person service on Sundays at 11:00 AM at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Bellerose located at 6 Commonwealth Boulevard, Bellerose NY, 11001
Please join us in prayer. Click below for more information.
Good Friday: The Last Seven Words
Listen to the Jamaica Deanery's sermons on the last seven words of Jesus for Good Friday.
St. Joseph's will be celebrating Good Friday Mass at 12 NOON at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, at 6 Commonwealth Blvd, Bellerose, NY 11001. It is a hybrid service, so you may join virtually as well.
An Easter Message from Presiding Bishop Curry
2022 Easter Message from Bishop Provenzano
OUR BUILDINGS ARE CLOSED
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
St. Joseph's Episcopal Church is committed to our faith and the containment of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Until further notice, the Church buildings are closed. Please click HERE to learn how to worship with us online. We encourage you to pray for the health and safety of those infected, our neighbors and communities in the United States, and all those affected by this crisis around the world.
St. Joseph's urges you to wear a mask. We are praying for everyone's health and safety, but especially for those who are on the front lines of this pandemic. We encourage you to offer support to elderly and ill neighbors, friends, and family while ensuring the safety of us all.
For coronavirus (COVID-19) resources, updates from Church leadership, and St. Joseph's response to the pandemic, please click below.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
St. Joseph's is faithfully committed to worship and service to the community. We emphasize strong families and an environment where the dignity and respect of all are championed.
Our ministries and organizations are dedicated to studying our Christian faith; mentoring youth; promoting health, wellness and preventative care; service; and improving the lives of the critically underserved in our community
Our Church is currently closed due to the pandemic. We are usually open for group activities, meetings for ministries, volunteer work, and Bible study. We hold online prayer services weekly on Sundays and Wednesdays.