Parish Life

Christian Ladies ORganization


Senior Saints

Jacqueline Kordsmeier            329-1818

 

The Senior Saints of St. Joseph Parish invites anyone 50 years or older to participate in this group. The group meets every other Thursday at the Knights of Columbus Hall at the corner of 6th St. and 5th Ave at 9:00am. We begin with a song, followed by the daily Mass reading, pray the rosary, and end our spiritual time with another song. Snacks and door prizes are provided by volunteers and then we play Bingo. Cost of a bingo card is 50¢ and includes all games.  The gathering normally ends by 11am. On special occasions, the group will also share a potluck lunch.  This group offers a great opportunity for fellowship and fun with fellow parishioners. Join us any Thursday you can. The gathering dates are published in the church bulletin or you may call for more details.

 

Boy Scouts of America Troop 78

Tim Woodson Scoutmaster                 501-269-2109

Larry Trussell Asst Scoutmaster         501-472-7523

 

Boy Scouts of America Troop 78 in Conway is one of the oldest Troops in Conway. The Knights of Columbus are our charter organization. Our meetings are on Monday nights from 6:30-8 with the last Monday of the month reserved as leaders/planning meeting also at 6:30.

 

 

 

Catholic Cabin

Ray Nielsen                             499-0444

 

The Catholic Cabin is a quarterly publication that began in 1994. It promotes parish activities and spotlights the work of our church ministries. It also contains opinions on faith-related issues as well as profiles of individual parishioners. All the contributing writers are local volunteers, and more are welcome. It’s distributed at weekend Masses, and copies are made available to the homebound.

 High school journalism teacher Ray Nielsen edits The Catholic Cabin, and it’s assembled by Jennifer Brewer and Valerie Skinner. Please contact us to submit stories or information.

 

 

 

Knights of Columbus

Jim Pollock                              (501) 548-5616 (ending July 2013)

Mark Bailey                            501) 269-5006 (beginning July 2013)

 

The Knights of Columbus was founded in 1882 in New Haven, CT by a young priest, Venerable Fr. Michael J. McGivney.

Today, our Order has grown to more than 1.8 million Catholic men representing over 15,000 local councils, worldwide.  Our Fr. Dellert Council 4143 in Conway is one of the largest and most active Arkansas councils and consists of more than 500 members. Our members dedicate themselves to the charitable service of our Priests, faith and local communities, our families, our youth and each other.

Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practical Catholic men 18 years of age or older who are in communion with the Holy See. To learn more about our activities and membership, please visit www.kofcconway.com or www.kofc.org.

 

 

 

Moms in Prayer

Jennifer Tucker                       450-9114

 

What is Moms in Prayer?

-An international interdenominational Christian prayer group for women. At St. Joseph Parish our group is tailored for moms who have children either at St. Joseph's School or children in any of our area public or private schools as well as home school moms. 

-Two or more moms who meet for one hour a week to intercede on behalf of children and schools through prayer.

-Moms In Prayer consists of mothers, grandmothers, or any women who has a heart to pray for a specific child and their school. Our group at St. Joseph Parish is opened to all moms who have children in our area schools. Whether your child attends St. Joseph Schools or any area school, we have a place for you in our group. 

- Moms who believe that God answers prayer

 

Purpose

- To stand in the gap for our children through prayer

- To pray for our children and school needs

- To pray for teachers, administrators, and staff

- To pray that our schools will be directed by biblical values and high moral standards

- To be an encouragement and positive support to our schools

- To provide hope and strength to moms who carry heavy burdens for their children through prayer. 

-To reach out to moms of all ages, ethnicity, and backgrounds.

-To impact our community by providing prayer support for our local schools.