The mission of the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, a Christ Centered and friendly multicultural worshipping community of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlotte, is to respond to the call of Jesus, to proclaim the Gospel and to bear witness to His Resurrection, through our lives of worship, fellowship and works of charity.
Inspired by the Holy Spirit and guided by the intercession of Mary Mother of God and Saint Joseph our Patron, we realize these through:
The first Mass said at the present location was the Midnight High Mass on Christmas 1947 in a house on the property.
St. Joseph’s Church was formally established on March 15, 1948, and was dedicated by the Bishop of Raleigh, the Most Reverend Vincent S. Waters, on September 19, 1948
In 1954 a brick structure was built next door to the original residence. A front addition was added on later.
Through generous contributions a new rectory and a second floor addition were added to the church in 1978, and the original house was torn down.
In the early 1990’s a new addition was added connecting the church to the rectory, creating the current church. A new rectory was purchased farther up Park Street.
St. Joseph’s continues to grow. Plans are currently underway to build a new church on property on Hub Morris Road between Asheboro and Randleman.
St. Joseph Catholic Church continues to grow its ministries in Christ. The 97 acres of land at Vision Dr. was purchase in 2019. Grading is currently in progress for the project.
Our Capital Campaign has been very successful and we look forward to the construction of the new church. If you have not yet given, please contact the church office. All donations are appreciated no matter the size.
Contact the church office to find out how you can help our parish continue to grow.
Faith Formation Coordinator
Hispanic Faith Formation Coordinator
Parish Council Chair / Hispanic Council Representative
Finance Council Chair
Rev. Fr. Philip Kollithanath