We received a very low response rate for our website feedback survey. However, those who responded said they find the information on the website useful and the site easy to navigate. There do however appear to be some issues when using mobiles and other tablet devices, which we will look into. We have also deleted a lot of the older, out-of-date content and will continue to look at ways to make the site as user friendly as possible. The survey is now closed, but if you would like to provide further feedback, please speak to Fr McKay or John Cannovan. A number of parishioners work to keep the website up-to-date and we would like to make sure that work is not in vain. Thank you!
Isaiah 62: 11-5; 1 Corinthians 12: 4-11; John 2: 1-11 For most people, their wedding day is the most important and lifechanging event they will ever experience. It’s also one which causes more arguments than anything else – where it’s to take place (church or the Caribbean), who’s giving the bride away, is […]
COVID 19 UPDATE 1st October 2021 Most of Covid restrictions have been lifted in Scotland including physical distances and limits on numbers gathering; so you’ll notice as you go into church there are no longer space markers on the seats . However some people may still prefer a bit of space so please be considerate […]
As always I would like to say a big thank you to all those who have been generous in supporting St Joseph’s Parish especially during this difficult time I know that money is tight, and I appreciate all you are doing to support your parish, especially since, this Lockdown we have lost the weekly income […]
At His baptism, Jesus was filled with the power of the Holy Spirit to prepare Him for His mission. Let’s pray to that same Spirit, that the fire of God’s love may bring healing and reconciliation to all people:- For ourselves, Your holy people. Reborn in baptism, may we work confidently for Your Kingdom, and […]