Saint Joseph Church Coopersburg, Pennsylvania
Saint Joseph Church     Coopersburg, Pennsylvania

Welcome to the


St. Joseph Parish Family


Living the Word, Loving Through Christ


Celebrating 93 Years

1927 to 2020

St. Joseph Church

5050 Saint Josephs Rd

Coopersburg, PA 



Phone: (610) 965-2877

Fax: (610) 965-8317




The Rectory Office is currently closed to all visitors. Please try to limit phone messages to emergencies only. Phone calls and emails will be answered as soon as possible.


Please note: Email correspondence from Fr. Buckley will only come from or We are aware of a fraudulent email address in his name - if you receive email from an address claiming to be Fr. Buckley, please do not open it or respond, and contact the Rectory via the phone number above. Thank you.

The Diocese of Allentown is reopening its churches, starting June 1st -

What does this mean for St. Joseph Church?


Join Us in Celebration


Public daily Masses will resume on Monday,

June 1st at 8:00 AM.


Public Sunday Masses will resume the following weekend- Saturday evening vigil, June 6th at 5:15PM;

9:00AM and 11:00AM on Sunday, June 7th.


IMPORTANT: Please click here to read the full list of instructions and restrictions for Mass attendance.


Private Prayer - The Church will remain open daily from 12 Noon to 3PM.  When visiting, masks are required. Please adhere to the social distancing and good hygienic practices being reported by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).


Confessions - Exercising social distancing, Confessions will be held on the benches near the entrance of the church (weather permitting) on Saturday afternoons from 3:45 to 4:30PM.
Otherwise, they will be held in the front of the church. Priests and Penitents are to wear masks.


Mass attendance remains voluntary in the yellow phase. Those who do not feel safe, or who have compromising health conditions, should not attend. The dispensation from the Mass obligation will remain in place until the green phase.​


For an update on the latest information on coronavirus as it pertains to the Diocese of Allentown Masses, parishes, Catholic education, diocesan events and other information, please visit
We invite you to check back to that website often. The situation is changing rapidly and we will update the site as new information becomes available. 

From the Diocese of Allentown's AD TIMES:

Not Coming in Person? Here are some TV and Online Mass Options


Going out of town? Visit for a complete online directory of Catholic churches, a service of the J.S. Paluch Co. Inc. OR, visit, which provides easy access to Mass schedules, church locations, parish contact information and more.

St. Joseph Church sets the foundation for strong communities in our area. We are dedicated to the advancement of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through Catholic education, poverty relief, and other beneficial activities to the community.


Our parish is a Sacrificial Giving Parish committed to serving the Lord with God-given time, talents and treasures.


All wage earners should be receiving and using their envelopes regularly. Active parish membership of no less than six months duration is required to be a sponsor, to be married in the parish, to have a child baptized or to qualify for parishioner tuition at our parochial school or Catholic High Schools.


New members are asked to register at the church only following the 5:15 P.M. or 9:00 A.M. Masses on weekends. Please notify the parish office of a change of address or phone number.


Mission Statement

St. Joseph Parish Family is a Faith-filled Community that rejoices in, grows in, and spreads the Love of God the Father, as revealed through the Grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the Fellowship of the Holy Spirit and the Teachings of the Holy Roman Catholic Church through Word, Sacrament and Service.

Welcome Back!

Public Masses Resume June 1st

Click here to view the NEW Mass Protocols & Restrictions.

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Diocese of Allentown - Coronavirus: Latest Updates can be found by visiting

We invite you to check back to that website often. The situation is changing rapidly and we will update the site as new information becomes available. Bishop Schlert has released a pastoral letter on the pandemic, which can also be accessed at the link above.

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to learn more about our Parish School

Nurturing Students.

Challenging Minds.

Inspiring Faith-Filled Leaders.