St. Joseph's is very blessed to have Fr. Ralph Clark as our new Priest-in-Charge. We met Fr. Clark when he was a chaplain at Ft. Bragg who had worshipped with us several times.
We are delighted that Fr. Clark has joined us. We are excited and anxiously look forward to a wonderful future together.
Grace to you and peace from God our father and the Lord, Jesus Christ! We practice our faith in the Anglican tradition with the use of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer approved for use by The Episcopal Church, a province of the Anglican Communion. We look forward to you joining us on Sunday morning at 10:00 AM for Holy Eucharist and are excited about the possibility of walking our journey of faith together with you.
St. Joseph's, along with singer from throughout the community will provide two performances of the Annual Christmas Cantata. This year's Cantata "HALLELUJAH, JESUS IS BORN" at:
Dec 22, 2018 at 4:PM at Haymount Presbyterian Church, 2760 Rosehill Rd &
Dec 23, 2018 at 4:PM at St. Joseph's Episcopal Church, 509 Ramsey St.
We invite everyone to attend this beautiful musical event to highlight our Christmas Season.
Donations are always appreciated.
Our history is a part of us. We are the second oldest Episcopal Congregation in Fayetteville. We have been an active parish since 1873. Our church building was built in 1896. Please see an usher to get a booklet describing the history of our parish.
We deeply believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and the teaching of the Church. We worship in the Anglican Tradition.
Q. Can anyone worship at an Episcopal Church?
A. Yes. All are welcome.
Q. Do I need to know the order and manner of worship?
A. No. Our members and ushers will help you in using the Book of Common Prayer.
All are welcome......
509 Ramsey St, Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301, United States
Holy Eucharist Sunday 10:00 AM
Bible Study Wednesday 11:00 AM
Br. of St. Andrew Wednesday 4:00 PM
Choir Rehearsal Thursday 4:30 PM
The Episcopal Campus Ministry at St. Joseph's is an organization for students by students. Our goal is to provide a safe non-judgmental environment where people can gather and continue their personal and spiritual development.
St. Joseph's goal is to make the young people feel at home. There will be free meals, social events, and other activities as the group decides its future plans.
St. Joseph's Episcopal Campus Ministry
will host social events through out the year. Check back here from time to time for notices of upcoming events.
All Are Welcome.....
The Order of the Daughters of the King® is an order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the historic episcopate but not in communion with it. Our membership currently includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA) and Roman Catholic churches.
Reaffirming the promises made at Baptism and Confirmation, a Daughter pledges herself to a life-long program of prayer, service and evangelism. She receives support in this commitment from a worldwide community of like-minded women.
We would love to have you in our community.
The St. Joseph's Chapter of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew provides food to area food pantries. We also provide food and school supplies to a school that has a high population of very needy children. We provide funds to help churches, family and public agencies for family crises and disaster relief.
The three pillars of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew are daily prayer, regular study, and continuous service. We pray daily. We study the scriptures regularly especially during our weekly meeting. We provide continuous service through our service projects to our church and to the community.