A lay society within the International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church (ICCEC) comprised of men who have chosen a life consecrated toward prayer, service, and submission to the will of God.  The Brothers of Saint Joseph model their commitment to the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ by:
-Serving our Bishop and Clergy (Act 2:42)
-Building men of God and strong Christian families (Joshua 24:15)
-Defending the Pre-born (Jeremiah 1:5)
-Helping those in need (Psalm 68:5) 
 

Dear Inquirer,

 

On behalf of the Brotherhood of Saint Joseph, I would like to thank you for your interest.  This website contains a great deal of information explaining what our brotherhood is about and what we hope to achieve in Christ.  Please take time to ask questions, make suggestions, and pray about this opportunity.

 

The Brotherhood of Saint Joseph is about commitment.  We are committed to our LORD Jesus Christ, to our Bishop and clergy, and to our families.  We are committed to helping those in need and we are committed to each other.  The Brotherhood of Saint Joseph provides members an opportunity to raise their level of commitment through receiving God’s vision and accountability with fellow brothers.  We believe God has great plans and that His vision is beyond what we can even ask or imagine.  As Bishop Craig Bates has previously indicated, a small group exhibiting a radical commitment can change the world.  Like David’s mighty men, we consider ourselves a spiritually militant group submitted to Bishop Craig and the vision which God has given him.  This vision is beyond what we are capable of as individuals.  It is only in Christ and with the help of our brothers that we can accomplish all that God has planned for us. 

 

Once again, we appreciate your interest and are available for further discussion.  If you are looking for a challenge and an opportunity to raise your level of commitment, we would love for you to join our ranks.  By the grace and power of God, we will change our culture in a single generation!

 

Sincerely,

Noel Skelton