St. Joseph the Worker Parish, also known as Numancia Church, is said to have been established more than a century ago in 1874, under the patronage of St. Joseph the Worker – the patron saint of workers and is also fitting to the hardworking people of the town.
The church is located in Barangay Poblacion in the municipality of Numancia, Aklan, Philippines. Nearby landmarks that are only a few meters away from the church are the Numancia Plaza, Numancia Municipal Hall, Numancia Integrated School, and the town’s fire and police stations.
The town of Numancia is right next to the province’s capital of Kalibo where you can find the cathedral, making Numancia Church as one of the first go-to churches during Visita Iglesia.
St. Joseph the Worker Parish has a symmetrical and unique modern facade with its bell tower right at the center, and also the image of St. Joseph carrying the Holy Child. The church also has a a small yet well maintained garden at its front.