St. Joseph The Worker Parish

St. Joseph The Worker Parish

Parish Office Regular Hours

Tuesday - Friday: 8:30am - 3:30pm
 Saturday, Sunday, Monday: Closed

     Phone: 250-479-7413
     Fax: 250-479-7619

Please Note:

The Parish Office will be closed on:

Monday, October 9and Tuesday, October 10

and will reopen on Wednesday, October 11

to celebrate Thanksgiving


Mass Livestreamed


Posted on: July 1, 2023

Upcoming Events




Posted on: May 31, 2023

2023 Clergy Appointments

Please click here Clergy Appointments to read an important notice from Bishop Gary Gordon regarding 2023 Clergy Appointments.

We are very excited to welcome three priests new to our Diocese: Fr. Irek Bem, SDS , Fr. David John, and Fr. Joseph Thomas. 

 We ask for your continued prayer for the many diverse and beautiful communities in our Diocese.  May we all flourish in God’s abundant love.

Posted on: May 24, 2023

Bishop's Pentecost Message

Please find attached a letter from Bishop Gary Gordon on the occasion of Pentecost 2023, announcing the Diocesan Permanent Pastoral Synod.  A handout about the Diocesan Permanent Pastoral Synod is also attached.

Bishop's Pentecost Message 2023

The Diocesan Permanent Pastoral Synod

CCCB - Resources

The CCCB collaborated with Salt+Light to produce and broadcast a special program entitled “A Catholic Response to Bill C-7”. The English and French programs are available on the Salt+Light website at the following links:

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9-10 Club Serving Soup to Hungry Strategic Plan 2021 - 2023

The Soup Kitchen is a program of the 9-10 Club Serving Soup to the Hungry Society. The Society is a registered non-profit, non-denominational charity. Meal services started on Friday, November 12, 1982. It is the oldest, completely volunteer-run food resource for the hungry in Victoria.

Click here to read all about the Soup Kitchen