St. Joseph The Worker Parish

St. Joseph The Worker Parish

Office Hours

Tue-Friday: 8:30am to 3:30pm
Sat, Sun, Monday: Closed

Posted on: April 1, 2020

Message from Bishop Gary Gordon regarding Celebration of Mass - Live Streamed

Dear Parishioners,

As we continue to journey together during these challenging times, parishioners are invited to join Bishop Gary Gordon in prayer as he will celebrate Mass, which will be live streamed. Beginning this Sunday, March 29, 2020, Bishop Gary Gordon will live stream the celebration of Mass as follows:

  • Sundays at 10 am

  • Mondays to Fridays at 7 pm

  • During Holy Week, Bishop Gary Gordon will also lead (and live stream) a Diocesan Mission at 7 pm (Monday, April 6, Tuesday, April 7 and Wednesday, April 8)

  • Holy Thursday, April 9 at 7 pm

  • Good Friday April 10 at 3 pm

  • Easter Vigil April 11 at 7 pm

  • Easter Sunday April 12 at 10 am

Please click on link below to watch:

Posted on: March 31, 2020

Message to Canadians from Religious Leaders in Canada in Response to COVID-19

As we practice self-isolation to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our community, religious leaders and organizations across Canada have prepared a message entitled "Hope, Gratitude and Solidarity: A Message to Canadians from Religious Leaders in Canada in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic". 

The message has been endorsed by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), and the 25 member Churches of the Canadian Council of Churches, together with the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, the Canadian Rabbinic Caucus, the Canadian Council of Imams, the Hindu Federation of Canada, the World Sikh Organization of Canada, and many other faith representatives and religious organizations, some of whom are gathered through the Canadian Interfaith Conversation.

The English and French PDF versions of the message are attached:

Message to Canadians from Religious Leaders in Canada in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Posted on: March 25, 2020

Donations during COVID-19

Remote Giving Guide for Donors

We know that COVID-19 and the resulting economic slow down has effected many of you personally. Given that financial uncertainty is greater than ever we understand that some of you will no longer be able to give to the parish at your regular level and those on automatic debit may need to cancel their contributions. If you need to cancel or change your automatic payments, please contact the parish office at 250-479-7413 or at email:

To make it convenient for those that are able to contribute there are new online and remote options now available:

Canada Helps online donation platform - To support ministry at St. Joseph the Worker Parish, click on the following link to connect to our location on the CanadaHelps website and make an online donation by credit card or gift of securities:

(immediate electronic tax receipt issued by CanadaHelps).


E transfers - If you would like to transfer funds electronically from your bank account to the parish, the following steps will guide you.  Each bank can be a little bit different, but generally the process is:

Go to your on-line banking site

Select Transfer/pay bills

Select e-transfer (or electronic transfer)

Follow the steps outlined by your bank

Funds should be directed to

In the box that asks for notes/memo/description include your name, address and name “St. Joseph the Worker Parish”, as the parish you would like the funds donated to.

Credit Cards - If you would like to make a donation by credit card, please complete the attached Payment Authorization Form for Credit Card Donations and email to the parish office or contact the parish.

Payment Authorization Form for Credit Card Donations

Pre-authorized Debit – If you would like to set up a regular donation, through automatic debit, please complete the attached PAD Agreement Form and email to the parish office or contact parish.

PAD Agreement Form

We are very grateful that you are part of our Catholic parish family.  May God bless you and your families.