St. Joseph’s is a parish community of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dunkeld in the east of Scotland. Our church is situated in Wilkies Lane, off Blackness Road, in the West End of the City of Dundee, Scotland. The Parish Priest is Rev. Gregory Murphy OP, and the Parish Deacon is Rev. Ronald Wylie B.Div. We are a thriving parish community and are delighted that we also include many members of the Polish Community and the Sri Lankan Community in Dundee. We are always ready to welcome newcomers, especially those who would just like to come and see what the church is like. We are proud of our church building, built in 1873, which you can see in the Watercolour painted by Dundee Artist and former St. Joseph’s parishioner, Mr. Harry McGregor.
This web site will tell you something about our parish, but we would be even more pleased to welcome you into our midst and extend to you an invitation to walk with us in the way of faith. As members of the Church, we never forget that we exist in order to evangelise, that is to say, in order to preach and teach, to be the channel of the gift of grace, to reconcile sinners with God, and to perpetuate Christ’s sacrifice in the Mass, which is the memorial of His death and glorious resurrection (Evangelii Nuntiandi 14). She exists so that we may share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with everyone we meet. So, no matter who you are, or where you come from, we are here offer you a warm invitation to come and join our loving parish community of St. Joseph’s.
If you are making enquiries about the Catholic Faith we also run special information sessions for you. Please contact our Parish Priest or Deacon for any information or assistance you require.