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    There will be no Divine Liturgy this Sunday the 17th. Fr. Pat Maloney will begin Liturgies on Sunday March 24.

    Fr. Christopher has taken ill.  Prayers are requested for healing and strength of his caregivers, physicians and family.

    Our St. Joseph Day Breakfast is still being held Sunday March 17. See Events page

    Choices in the area for Lenten services: St Vladimir, Scranton     M 10am W 630p F 930a  Divine Liturgy Sundays 10:30am  Sat. 4pm

    St Marys Mifflin Scranton  Lenten M 1205p W & F 630p  Sundays 10am

    St Mary’s Oak st Taylor,Lenten posted on their website.   Sundays 11am

    Other options available in the West Scranton area or at a church near you to fulfill your Sunday obligations and Lenten Journey.









    Saint Joseph Melkite Greek-Catholic Church, Scranton, PA, is a local parish of the Melkite Eparchy of Newton.

    CELEBRATING 122 YEARS IN SCRANTON in 2018.    We are one of the three oldest churches in our Eparchy .

    Founded by Lebanese immigrants in the late 1890s, we are a faith community that has withstood many trials and tribulations. Today we continue to witness to the Gospel of Our Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ throughout South-Central New York State and Eastern Pennsylvania: From Binghamton/Vestal NY and Albany to Philadelphia area, concentrated in the Lackawanna Valley.

    Patriarchate of Antioch. Catholic but not Roman, Byzantine in Tradition, brothers and sisters of the Orthodox East.

    Visit the Eparchy website at    www.Melkite.org for more information!


    VISIT our new DONATE page through paypal or instructions for AMAZON SMILE. (please update your new Amazon Smile number link as of 7/16/2018


    See our facebook page for photos & current events
    Saint Joseph Melkite Greek-Catholic Church, Scranton
    For current events contact alternate email address at     melkite.scranton@gmail.com
    Church email address is    stjosephscranton@gmail.com
    See our “ABOUT” tab for: The First 100 years of St. Joseph Church used for our Centennial Celebration Oct. 1997.