You ae very welcome to join us at any of St Joseph's events.
St Joseph's Notices update April 26th
With deep regret, owing to the COVID-19 (Corona) Virus, St Joseph's Church and Hall has been closed for all activities until further notice. Please keep in touch with this website for further details.
Following guidance from the Church of England, we are not able to hold public worship for the time being. We are live-streaming on Facebook - Saint Joseph's Church, Wolverhampton. Tim is publishing a daily prayer at 7am, which you can follow live, or use whenever you go on line.
On Sundays, we aim to post a sermon, intercessions, and an All-age feature, mid morning.
Whist we have no services, please can you consider either putting into an envelope your regular offertory until such time as we can all meet again in safety? Other ways of continuing your offertory would be either to set up a Standing Order with your bank, or alternatively, make a transfer directly if you have on-line banking. Details are as follows:
St. Joseph’s Account
St Joseph's Church Merry Hill General Fund Sort Code: 40-26-08 Account No: 91689665
Cancelled for the time-being:
Five Ways Bowls
Place of Welcome
St Joe's Cafe
St Joseph's Play Group.
Stamps for the RNIB. You are invited to leave your used postage stamps in the box at St Joseph’s to support the work of the RNIB
Walk through the Bible: June 13th, has also been postponed. We will fix a date for 2021.
Saint Joseph's Church - please be patient - we will be back!
Lock down? I need to do something...
There are a range of activities that you can join in during the lockdown:
The Prayer Course: a series of 8 short videos to help us grow in prayer. Find them on: . We will be preaching on these topics in our sermons after Easter. Please watch the videos, and discuss with your friends.
Spring Harvest Home: April 13th - 17th. Looking for some good teaching? Spring Harvest Home offers a week of activities for all ages on line. Look at their website: spring harvest.org, for full details.
Hear St Mark's Gospel!
For the last six months, we have been preaching through St Mark's Gospel. On Palm Sunday - April 5th - come and share in a reading of the gospel on Facebook. Begin at 6pm.