Saint Joseph wants to be a community parish, a “village” parish. It brings together 200 parishioners living in the north of the island and has a very good choir. The parish also welcomes many young people and children.
Worship services are celebrated there at 9 a.m. on Sundays in Kreol and the Lord’s Supper is held on the 4th Sunday of the month.
As in every parish of the Presbyterian Church, the sharing of the Word is intended to be nourishing, joyful praise, prayers close to people, the Lord’s Supper welcoming.
The parish located on Rue St Joseph not far from the Grand Gaube football stadium was inaugurated on October 27, 1867. It shelters the worship services, but also meals, trainings, sessions and times of sharing.
Assistant Pastor Jocelyn Simon is ministering the church since 2018 with zeal and passion for Jesus and His sheep.