We are once again asking for donations of cleaned palms for Palm Sunday.

If you have please bring for yourself and also to share


Our church environment committee members are seeking donations of Easter Lilies, and yellow and white blooming plants for our Easter decorations.

Donations can be dropped off during office hours 9-1, during Holy Week. image

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St. Joseph Church is excited to announce that our new online portal is up and can be view by accessing the parish website.

For those of you who have used the WeShare portal, please go to our VANCO site and set up a new user account with them. And for those of you who have considered online giving yet never’s the time!

Thank you for your support of our parish!



MAHALO to our Bulletin Sponsors

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Thank You!

Dear Parishioners,

St. Joseph School would like to thank everyone for the overwhelming support of the recent collection in celebration of the Feast Day of St. Joseph. It is humbling to realize how blessed the school is with the support of the entire Big Island Catholic Community. These donations will be put to good use to help cover important repairs we have been deferring. In the upcoming year we are scheduling retreats, youth ministry events, and social events, so if you have a chance to visit the campus, please come and see our beautiful school

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The Children's Liturgy Ministry would like to restart our ministry on Nov. 27, 2002, the first Sunday of Advent. Children's Liturgy is for children ages 5 to 12 years of age. Our children will leave the church and we meet in the downstairs meeting room.

They will hear the same readings you are hearing, followed by a short activity or presentation. We will be called back during the offertory and the children will return to the families. Like all ministries, we are in need of volunteers to make this happen. If the Spirit moves you, please call the office and leave your name and phone number and I will return your call.

Mary Ann Leite (coordinator)


Home Internet Security training for parishioners and families



In addition to the Cybersecurity Awareness Training we're doing for all Diocesan email users, below is a link and password that you can share with your parishioners and families for Home Internet Security training, as internet safety is vital in church and personal endeavors. There is no charge and no limit on how many people can take this training.

To get started, click on this link,, enter the password: homecourse and click "Submit."