Hello and welcome
We’re glad you’re here. It is our joy to welcome you to the Catholic parish of Carpenders Park, a place that welcomes all ages, cultures, and walks of life and strives to build a Christian community.
St Joseph’s Church belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Westminster and is at present being cared for by Fr Dominic McKenna the Parish Priest for two churches: St Teresa of the Child Jesus and Ss John Fisher and Thomas More. If you are not a Catholic or a lapsed one, find out What We Believe.
You are welcome to come to any of our Mass services.
St Joseph’s is a great place to be with many active ministries, great schools and thousands of great people.
If there is any way that we as a parish can meet your spiritual needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us. If you would like to find an opportunity to serve at our parish, this website offers information on various ministries and activities you can volunteer for.
You are welcome to come to any of our Mass services. The times advertised will resume once we are all able to meet.
We would love for you to not only join this church and family, but to also join us in transforming our world. We look forward to praying, serving, and walking with you!
All public Masses are suspended until further notice. Fathers Dominic and Antonio will still be celebrating the following Masses, without the congregation, which will be streamed live: 6:00 pm (Saturday); 10:00 am (Sunday); and 9:15 am (Monday to Friday).
With this website, you can …
- Learn more about our great patron, St Joseph the Silent Saint
- Find out what our Catholic faith is all about.
- Familiarize yourself with Catholic vocabulary.
- Find our Mass and Confession times.
- Learn about our history and parish.
- Connect with our many ministries and volunteer for an activity.
- Download our latest newsletter.
If you have been attending the parish for a while but have not yet registered, please take a moment to register. Parish registration forms are available at the back of the church and the parish office.