1954 - The Old Kronenberg Church becomes three churches. St. Therese, St. Anne, and St. Joseph the Worker. Fr. Jerome Schmitz is founder of all three parishes.
1955 – 10 acres and a large house are purchased for St. Joseph the Worker parish. Two classrooms, a sanctuary and a breezeway are constructed in time for school in September. Three grades are established with 53 students. The Altar Guild is formed; their first president is Kay Stout. The parish of St. Joseph the Worker is officially founded with 821 families.
1957 - In the summer of 1957, an auditorium church with two classrooms is added to the original building. School advances one grade each year. In September, Fr. Gimpl joins Fr. Schmitz as pastor.
1959 - Fr. Donald Denman is appointed as Pastor of St. Joseph Parish with Fr. James Dieringer as his assistant. During the school year, Fr. Paul Parrington resides at St. Joseph the Worker.
1959 - The church sanctuary was renovated.
1961 - In June, St. Joseph School produces its first graduating class. There are 26 students who graduate.
1963 - Fr. Dieringer is replaced by Fr. Carl Flach.
1964 - In July, Brokamp & Jaeger is awarded a contract to construct six new classrooms for $166,200. The construction allows the two classrooms in the rear of the church to be removed.
1965 - In September, Fr. Stephen Breitenstein becomes the Pastor of St. Joseph.
1968 - In February, Fr. Ervin Vandehey becomes the Pastor of St. Joseph with Fr. Flach remaining as Associate Pastor.
1970 - St. Joseph School merges with St. Anne School with the first three grades being taught at St. Anne's and the remaining grades taught at St. Joseph's. Sister Mary Anne is the principal of the merged school.
In July, Fr. Patrick McNamee replaces Fr. Flach as Associate Pastor. Fr. Paul Peri resides at St. Joseph and teaches at Central Catholic High School.
1971 - Sister Mary Joseph becomes the new principal of the merged school. Construction begins for a new parish house.
1972 - New parish house is completed for $38,727. By 1972, St. Joseph boasts of serving 750 families.
1975 - Combined St. Joseph/St. Anne Schools close.
1979 - Religious Education Coordinator and Executive Assistant are added to staff.
1984 - Plans are made to remodel the church.
1985- Remodel of the church is completed in time for the Easter celebration.
1990 - Fr. Erwin Vandehey retires after 22 years at St. Joseph Parish. Fr. Jack Krall replaces Father Vandehey.
1992 - Current logo for St. Joseph the Worker is established.
1996 - Memorial Garden is created. Bronze and concrete sculpture of Risen Christ is installed on a rock wall surrounded by a garden.
1997 - St. Joseph statue is blessed by Archbishop Francis George, OMI.
1998 - New wall displays are added to the south wall of the church for Holy Family Statues and the Ambry (Holy Oils). The parish holds it's 20th Spaghetti dinner.
1999 - New carpet installed in main church and the pews are bolted down.
1999 - Frances Kenney brings the Hat & Scarf program to St. Joseph.
2002 - Father John Amsberry becomes Pastor at St. Joseph and "You Are Loved" (URLVD) is born.
2003 - Youth Group attends their first Steubenville Youth Conference in San Diego. 27 students attend. Another first for the Youth Group is a service trip to Mexico.
2004 - Parishioner Jim Rorich begins a Knights of Columbus Council. They receive their official charter on December 6th and become Council 13700.
2004 - The church is renovated to provide more seating. The restrooms in the NW corner of the church are removed.
2005 - The Spaghetti Dinner received an update with beautiful scenes from Italy painted on large pieces of canvas by parishioner Bill Standley.
2004 - The parish begins the Homeless Outreach Program.
2004 - LOOP (Ladies of our Parish) is established.
2004 - The church is renovated again to remove the restrooms from the northwest corner of the sanctuary which allows for more seating.
2006 - In October, the Knights of Columbus host the first dinner and auction to benefit the Seminarians.
2006 - In July, Fr. John celebrates the 10th anniversary of his ordination.
2006 - St. Joseph get it's own website designed and maintained by parishioner Patti LaRue.
2008 - Deacon Michael Caldwell ordained first permanent deacon at St. Joseph the Worker October 25, 2008.
2008 - In September, St. Joseph celebrates 50+ years of love, joy & communion with God.
2008 - Vacation Bible School (VBS) is started at St. Joseph.
2015 - Deacon Larry Loumena ordained permanent deacon October 24, 2015 for St. Joseph the Worker.
2017 - St. Joseph welcomes our newest Pastor, Fr. Ted Prentice.
2018 - New church dedication held January 28, 2018. Completed $5 Million renovation project.