ABOUT US

St. Joseph's is an Episcopal Church in the Long Island Diocese. We are an inclusive, vibrant congregation faithfully committed to worship and creating a community that is based on love, compassion, and service. 

CONTACT

99-10 217th Lane

Queens Village, NY 11429

Phone: 718.464.8913, ext. 2

Fax: 718.464.2366

Email: admin@stjosephqv.org

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BECOME A PART OF OUR FAMILY

We welcome you to St. Joseph's Episcopal Church with open arms and open hearts.

BECOME A PART OF OUR FAMILY

We welcome you to St. Joseph's Episcopal Church with open arms and open hearts.

St. Joseph's Episcopal Church celebrates mass every Sunday at 9:30 AM. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study is held at 9:00 AM.  

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Every fifth Sunday, the Youth Ministries work together to coordinate the Sunday Services. Our young people assist in celebrating the mass, lead the choir, and give the sermon. It is always energetic and insightful. 

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Coffee hour is generally hosted after service to give our congregants a chance to socialize, discuss the sermon, and welcome new members.  

CHURCH SERVICES

SUNDAY SERVICES

8:30 AM     Said Eucharist

10:00 AM   Children's Sunday School

                   and Adult Bible Study

11:30 AM   Sung Eucharist

WEEKLY SERVICES

YOUTH SERVICE

Every fifth Sunday

REVIVAL

Second Week of September

Wednesdays

10:30 AM   Senior Services

12 PM        Bible Study

 
THE LECTIONARY
 
Daily Readings
Click below for the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalm, and Gospel readings for every day of the year, in the New Revised Standard (NRSV) of the Bible. The Psalms are from the Episcopal Church's 1979 Book of Common Prayer. 
Liturgical Calendar
2019 | Year C
Please click below for a link to the 2019 Liturgical Calendar, which will provide the readings for every Sunday in the year.  We are currently in Year C and use Track 1. This track of Old Testament readings  follows major stories and themes, read mostly continuously from week to week. In Year A we begin with Genesis, in Year B we hear some of the great monarchy narratives, and in Year C we read from the later prophets.