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Welcome to the Saturday Morning Men's Disciple Group



"To help men renew their minds and transform their hearts and lives for Christ"



St. Joseph the Worker Men's Group is a lay ministry which reaches out to all parish men. We encourage one another to strengthen our faith in Christ, become disciples and to become better sons, brothers, husbands, fathers, and friends. The Catholic faith is at the center of all our activities as we build Christ-centered friendships.


We are a group of Catholic Men who meet on the first and third Saturday of each month to discuss, reflect and share issues concerning Men in today's world.



We invite you to our weekly Saturday morning gathering which takes place in the Parish Center on the heels of Saturday’s 8:30AM Mass. It’s structured around sharing our day-to-day struggles and good fortune, witnessing and sometimes following an instructional guide or DVD. Attendance is never taken but refreshments are always served. Give us a try.


We invite you to use this page as a resource for new and existing participants of our Men's Group to help each other. We ask you to visit frequently and share items of interest which you can comment on. Email us.



Typical Saturday Morning Agenda

  • 8:30AM: Mass All Saints Chapel

  • 9:00AM Coffee and greetings at the Parish Center

  • 9:10 gathering begins at the Parish Center

    • Opening Prayer

    • Welcome and Introduction of New Members

    • Introduction of the scheduled topic

    • Discussion Questions

    • Sharing

    • Intercessory Prayer

    • Closing Prayer

  • 10:15AM gathering ends


We try to end the gathering on time as we respect the time you have allowed and know that Saturdays are very busy for all of us.


Our gathering opening prayer:


Prayer of Surrender

O Holy Spirit, 

Soul of my soul,

I adore you.

Enlighten, guide, strengthen

and console me.

Tell me what I ought to do

and command me to do it.

I will be submissive to all

that you ask of me and

I will accept all that you

permit to happen to me.

Only show me your will.


We invite you to learn about our mission. Feel free to share any comments or questions that might be on your mind through our online contact us page.


St. Joseph the
Worker Church

and All Saints Chapel

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