RETURNING TO MASS

Join Us In-Person for Mass and we will continue to Live Stream our Saturday 5pm Mass

Please take time to read Fr. Tom’s letter outlining St. Joseph Neier’s protocols and Archdiocese guidelines for our church to return to a “somewhat normal” worship practices. Let us bear with one another patiently and may God be praised by our efforts!

Church Update – 6/9/2020
Spiritual Communion & Prayer Resources 2020
PSR Update 5/6/2020

Our Church

Weekends: Sat 5pm | Sun 8 & 10am

Mass Schedule

Daily Mass is Mon – Fri 6:30am
Confessions are Saturday 4 – 4:40pm
Saturday Mass is at 5:00pm
Sunday Mass is 8 & 10am

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Parish Hall

A Place for Community

Gather Us In

Our modern parish center hosts parish events and can be rented as a reception hall for weddings and more. Features 14,000sqft, modern kitchen and bar.

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Sacraments

God's love in the 7 sacraments

Jesus touches our lives

through the sacraments of Baptism,
Confirmation, Eucharist, Penance,
Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony
and Holy Orders.

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“I will appoint for you shepherds after my own heart, who will shepherd you wisely and prudently” –Jeremiah 3:15

We are so blessed to have Father Tom be us on our Journey with Christ.  Take a moment to read about what is happening at St. Joseph’s from Father Thomas J Wissler , Pastor of St. Joseph Neier Church.

OUR WEEKLY MESSAGE FROM THE DESK OF FATHER TOM

All are welcome at

St. Joseph Neier Catholic Church

Virtually step inside, right now, to look around and see the beauty of our church.  Come in-person and you can feel the presence of God.

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7/8/20 ~ PLEASE READ~UPDATE ON HOMECOMING!

Greetings everyone! Tuesday night of this week, many of the Homecoming chair people, past and present, along with some members of our Parish Council met to discuss this year's Homecoming plans and how to proceed given all the issues surrounding social gatherings and safety concerns. The unanimous decision was that there is simply no way to provide the fun, social gathering people expect when they come to our parish for this event every year and also to ensure the safety of our workers and visitors. Our Homecoming Picnic is officially canceled this year.

However, we felt we had to do "something" special to mark this occasion. On Homecoming Sunday, September 6, we will celebrate ONE Mass at 9am outside on the grass in the shaded area between church and Neier Road. All are invited to bring their own lawn chairs and sit with their families. (Some seating will be provided, if needed.) The 5pm Saturday evening Mass will be celebrated as usual in church.

ALSO, thanks to several very generous sponsors, we are excited to announce we will still have our major raffle this year! The winners will be drawn immediately following the 9am Mass on September 6. More details on the raffle will be provided in the coming days.

We know there are many mixed emotions regarding this decision... we have had them ourselves. Thank you to Fr. Tom, the Parish Council, the Homecoming Booth Chairs, and our fellow parishioners who have helped us with the challenges of this crazy year. We will all get through this together and celebrate again normally next year, so mark your calendars - Sunday, September 5, 2021 - Homecoming Picnic as usual!

Ben & Paige Hammer, 2020 Chairs
James & Theresa Briggs, 2020 Co-Chairs
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How do we get raffle tickets?

My husband and are upset but totally understand the decision. We will be sitting under the trees with are bucket of chicken and ice tea. He is 70 and has never missed one picnic. A sad substitute but you do what you can.

Sorry to hear this, will miss seeing family and friends, but glad you made the decision to keep everyone safe!

We cancelled ours at St .Anthony's also. Tough decision.

I'm on a roll and have never missed one and I'm not about to! I'm showing up anyway! 😁

Actually 71 in a row..went when mom was pregnant with me in 1949

Carol Davis-Boyd

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St. Joseph's Neier Parish, Union MO

July 4th ...

Jeffriesburg 4H News ~
We are excited to announce that Connor Briggs and Katelyn Straatmann were named 2020 Franklin County 4H King and Queen. Connor and Katelyn are both members of Jeffriesburg 4H Club as well as both are young parishioners of St. Joseph Neier Parish. Connor is the son of James and Theresa Briggs and Katelyn is
the daughter of Wes and Lauren Straatmann. Connor raised $1,025.63 and Katelyn raised $5,001.05 for Franklin County 4H. This year all of the Franklin County 4H king and queen candidates raised a total of $17,257.45. We want to sincerely thank all of our parishioners who donated money to support our candidates.
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ATTN SERVERS – schedule for July is being made now! Please contact Emily @ 636.584.4787 if you have any specific days you can or cannot serve. We are asking for VOLUNTEERS for July 4 & 5. Eucharistic Ministers – Father is still planning to do this for now. ...

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Pastor
Father Thomas J Wissler
Office: 636-583-2806


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Sarah Johnson
parishoffice@stjosephneier.com
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