Chair – Gifted to the Church or memorialize to honor a loved one
The work on improving our worship space continues! On or about November 1st, we’ll be getting new chairs to replace the folding ones now being used in the front rows. These chairs will provide more seating and be moveable as needed for special liturgies, etc. They will fit together into rows, and will have storage […]
Sacrament of Baptism
Arrangements for Baptism should be made at the parish office. Parents of children to be baptized are required to attend a pre-Baptism class. Sponsors must be Confirmed, practicing Catholics. Sponsors from other parishes must have a letter of eligibility from their own parish.
Sacrament of Marriage
Diocesan policy requires that couples participate in a marriage preparation program prior to their wedding. To ensure that all the necessary arrangements can be made, couples should contact the parish office at least one year in advance of their wedding date, and before any other plans have been made.
Sacrament of the Sick
The Parish Office may be called at any time for the Sacrament of the Sick as well as arrangements for Eucharist to the sick and homebound. Call the Parish Office for emergency sick calls at any time.
All parishioners should be registered with the Parish Office. Please register at the Parish Office if you are new to our Parish. Please call the Parish Office if you change your address or move out of the Parish. Certificate of Eligibility for sponsors at Baptism or Confirmation will be given only to registered parishioners who are active and practicing Catholics.
Parish Mission StatementWe are the Roman Catholic Community of Saint Joseph North Plainfield. Our mission is to worship God through the liturgy, forever mindful that Jesus is our daily bread. We strive to serve, inspire, and evangelize the People of God, upholding the sanctity of every human person and welcoming all into our diverse family.
Somos la Comunidad Católica Romana de San José de North Plainfield. Nuestra misión es adorar a Dios a través de la liturgia, teniendo presente que Jesús es nuestro pan de cada día. Nuestro esfuerzo es servir, inspirar y evangelizar al Pueblo de Dios, defendemos la santidad de todos los seres humanos y acogemos a todos dentro de nuestra diversidad de familias.