The St. Joseph's Church (Russian: Церковь Святого Иосифа Обручника) It is a Catholic church in the city of Tyumen in Russia, under the Diocese of Novosibirsk. It is located at 7 Lenin Street.
The church was built between 1903 and 1906 by parishioners of Poland, thanks in part to the financial means of the family of Polish mines magnate Koziell-Poklewski Alfons (1809-1890). The first Masses were held in 1904.
It was closed during the Soviet era and was used as a warehouse, student club and gym. He returned to the parish community in the early 1990s and religious ceremonies are held back from 1993. Celebrated its centenary in 2004.