WELCOME!


Welcome to St. Joseph the Worker! We are a lively Catholic church off of Highway 20 in Dubuque, IA! Our mission is to always be living the Gospel of Jesus Christ as a welcoming Catholic community by building faith together through worship, faith formation and service to each other, our community and the world.



MASS TIMES

Weekends
Saturdays: 5:00pm
Sundays: 8:30am
11:00am Contemporary Worship Service

Weekdays
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 12:00 noon
Tuesday, Thursday: 8:00am


WHERE WE CELEBRATE

St. Joseph the Worker Church
2001 St. Joseph Street
Dubuque, IA 52001

GET DIRECTIONS

HOW DO I GET THERE?

From Hwy. 20, take the Grandview/Fremont Ave. exit and turn north to Lombard St., follow Lombard to Stetmore and turn left on Stetmore to St. Joseph Street.

From University Ave., take Algona St. south to St. Joseph St.


WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Our church has a “come as you are” atmosphere. You will see some dressed up and some dressed more casually. Just wear what will make you feel most comfortable!




Upcoming Events for Holy Week
19Apr

Good Friday

Friday, St. Joseph the Worker Church
19Apr

Passion Service

Friday, St. Joseph the Worker Church
19Apr

Stations of the Cross

Friday, St. Joseph the Worker Church
20Apr

Holy Saturday

Saturday, St. Joseph the Worker Church
20Apr

Morning Prayer

Saturday, St. Joseph the Worker Church



WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU!


Experience moving worship, lively music and a relevant message in a welcoming environment. Whether you’re new to Christianity, haven’t been to church in a while or are a weekly attendee, this is a place where you are welcome. We hope you’ll join us as we all grow in faith together. We know that in Christ: everyone counts, everyone matters, and everyone makes a difference.





TRIDUUM REFLECTION

Friday of the Passion of the Lord
John 18:1 – 19:42

REDEMPTION

  • Redeemed from sin.

    Transform
  • Redeemed to conquer death.

    Transform
  • Redeemed for life together.

    Transform


LATEST NEWS


We update our Parish Blog regularly with parish news, details about upcoming events, reflections, inspiration and more. Check out our three most recent updates from the blog. Click “See All Posts” to head over the full blog where you can see more of our posts.



Palm Sunday - Reconnect/Reconsider
Homilies

Homily for April 14

In his homily, Fr. Paul talked about how we celebrate three things this weekend: the beginning of Holy Week, Passion Sunday and Palm Sunday. This week is the holiest week of the year. But it...

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