St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church

1010 Liberty St.
Camden, NJ 08104

Phone: 856-963-1285
    Fax: 856-963-2466

Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9:00 to 3:00

Established 1892

We welcome new members to our parish family.

The annual Armed Forces Mass honoring active military personnel will take place at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic (Polish) Church at 4:00 PM on Saturday, May 7, 2016. The names of active service men and women will be read and remembered in prayer during Mass. For more information or to have an active service member remembered during Mass, please click this Armed Forces Mass Information Link for the form or send the name and branch of the service to: In addition, all are invited to bring a folded American flag to be blessed during the Mass.

View the Church Bulletin.

View the April edition of Growing in Faith.

View the May edition of Growing in Faith.

Healing Masses are scheduled on the following Sundays during the 10:30 Mass.

Saint Joseph’s History Society of South Camden proudly offers a handsome plaque depicting the relic of Saint John Paul II on our Blessed Mother altar. Click here to view the information about the plaque.

View information about Saint John Paul II and Saint John XXIII.

Pastor: Reverend Pawel W. Kryszkiewicz

Deacon: Alfred Niczyporowicz

Cemetery Office Manager: Elizabeth Gegala

St. Lucia's Choir: Grant Wilinski, Director

St. Joseph's Cemetery
240 Lower Landing Rd.
Chews Landing, NJ 08012

Phone: 856-228-7588

St. Joseph's Chapel Mausoleum
240 Lower Landing Rd.
Chews Landing, NJ 08012

Phone: 856-228-3131

 Map and directions  

 Church Bulletin  

 Church History Website  

 Szopka Video  

 The Courier Post video coverage of the blessing of the Easter baskets 2012.  

Photos and Videos:
 Tree Planting Video  

 Picnic Photos  

 Canonization Photos SJ History Society  

 Canonization Photos B. Gooch  

 Fr. Pawel Kryszkiewicz Receiving Relic  

 Armed Forces Day 2013  

 Easter 2013  

 Swieconka 2013  

 120th Anniversary 2012  

 5th Annual Grammar School Reunion 2012  

 Polish Christmas Traditions Workshop 2011  



Thank you for visiting St. Joseph's internet site.

The goal of our site is to offer internet video streaming of our Masses and information about St. Joseph's church. Although the service is not to be considered a substitute for attending mass, if you are sick, traveling, or maybe no longer live in the area, the streaming video is being offered so that you may enjoy that special feeling that Mass at St. Joseph's provides and stay in touch with your St. Joe's community.

Please spread the word about our new site and check back often for new content and features as they become available. If you would like to help support and defer the cost of this service, please send your donation to St. Joseph's and in the memo portion of your check note that it is for the Internet Service. This is a very exciting time at St. Joseph's. We hope that you will support and enjoy this new initiative.


Fr. Pawel W. Kryszkiewicz

During a live broadcast you will be able to select the "Watch an ad now" at the top of the video screen to view commercials. If you watch four commercials in a row in the beginning you will be able to watch a one hour broadcast uninterrupted. Each commercial that you watch provides you with 15 minutes of viewing time. Please note that the commercials that you see are from Livestream, our video broadcast provider. The church does not select or benefit from this advertising. You can remove an ad from the screen by pressing the red circle with the X in it after it appears.

Press the play button (the small arrow) located in the lower left of the video screen next to the speaker symbol to pause and play the video and to stay on the St. Joe's site. If you press the play button in the middle of the video screen, you will be taken to our Livestream channel. You can use the slider at the bottom of the video screen to fast forward or rewind while watching recorded videos. You can adjust the volume on your PC by clicking on the speaker symbol located in the lower right corner of your screen and adjusting the slider up or down to find the best volume.  

  Click here to view our recorded Masses on our Livestream channel.  

LIVE BROADCAST is available when LIVE is in the lower left corner of the video screen.

Mass is planned to be broadcast during the following times:

Saturday 4:00 PM English
Sunday 9:00 AM Polish
Sunday 10:30 AM English

Wed.-Fri. 9:00 AM English

Vigil of Holy Days 5:00 PM

Holy Days 9:00 AM