On behalf of the St Joseph’s community I would like to welcome you to our multicultural community.  We come from different parts of the world.  We have our unique characteristics and identity formed by our culture and society.  We are all different.  Yet we are the same in many ways. Our true identity is that we are God’s beloved children.
God loves us unconditionally regardless of our colour, language, gender, culture and race. In God’s eyes we are all the unique.

Fr. Leszek Więcaszek SAC
Parish Priest






Palm Sunday 14th April

10:00am Mass in English
(start in car park, weather permitting)
12:00 noon Mass in Polish

Holy Thursday 18th April

9:00am Morning Prayer
7:00pm Mass (bi-lingual)
9:45pm Night Prayer

Good Friday 19th April

9:00am Morning Prayer
2:30pm Stations of the Cross (in English)
3:00pm Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
5:00pm Stations of the Cross (in Polish)
7.00pm Taizé Prayer around the Cross

Holy Saturday 20th April

9:00am Morning Prayer
Blessing of food baskets 11:00, 12:00, 13:00 & 15:00.
8:00pm Vigil Mass (bi-lingual)

Easter Sunday 21st April

7:00am Dawn Mass (in Polish)
10:00am Day Mass (in English)
12:00 noon Day Mass (in Polish).

Easter Monday 22nd April

10.00am Mass (in English)
6:00pm Mass (in Polish)


All are asked to maintain a respectful silence within the Church before and after each of the Triduum services to recognise the solemnity and dignity of these special days.


Saint Joseph’s Church is a community of the Roman Catholic Church of the diocese of Dunkeld in Scotland. Parish is conducting by Society of the Catholic Apostolate (Pallottine Fathers). We are sharing activities and ministries. W have the Parish Pastoral Council affording the opportunity, through the different teams and groups, to work together in Parish ministry and social events, ans also supporting and caring for each other.


At St Joseph’s RC Primary School we strive to ensure that every member of our community is given the nurture, care and support required to enable them to reach their fullest potential. We are committed to providing a positive and inclusive ethos, based on Gospel Values, where high expectations are set for all learners, with a rich and varied curriculum. Our pupils are the most important people in our school and every member of staff is fully committed towards ensuring that each child’s time spent at St Joseph’s is a happy and fruitful experience. We endeavour, with the essential co-operation of our parents, parish and local community to encourage our young people to grow, not only educationally, but also emotionally, socially and spiritually.
We recognise the crucial role you play in supporting your child’s education and believe that a strong partnership between home and school will ensure your child benefits from the high quality educational experience at St Joseph’s.

Mrs Michelle Louden, Head Teacher

School Address:
St Joseph’s PS, 1 Glenagnes Road, Dundee, DD2 2AB

Telephone:  01382 435 316
Fax:  01382 435 177

Email Address:  st-josephs.primary@dundeecity.gov.uk
Website:  stjosephsprimary.ea.dundeecity.sch.uk

Parochial School’s Website

Head Teacher:  Mrs Michelle Louden
Depute Head Teacher:  Mrs Lesley-Anne Weir
Principal Teacher:  Ms Susan Forbes

School Status:  Catholic and co-educational
School Roll:  317
School Hours:  9.00am – 12.15pm, 1.15pm – 3.15pm

Parent Council Contact Info:  Ms Christine Arjun

Parish Priest:  Rev. Leszek Więcaszek SAC
Deacon: Rev. Ron Wylie BDiv

Parish Address:  St. Joseph’s Church, 42 Wilkies Lane, Dundee DD1 5HR