St. Justin Martyr Parish is a family of faith. With over 6,000 families in our community, we strive to bring the hands and feet of Jesus Christ into the world that we live in. We always value our volunteers and consider them an integral part of our daily existance.

Have you ever considered giving of your time, talent and treasure to assisting the many programs and ministries that serve the needs of our parish family and community at large? There are plenty of opportunities to serve! Ask the nearly 200+ volunteers who give of their time on a weekly (and even daily basis). Listed below is just a sample of how some of our volunteers feel about St. Justin's. Together, alongside our Pastoral team and parish family, they help our parish to excel.

Hear from some of our volunteers...

"Being involved for the last 19 years or so in what is called the Ministry of Hospitality (Ushers) has been a true blessing, spiritually and temporally. It has brought me closer to parishioners on a face-to-face basis and allowed me the privilege of extending our spirit of "welcome" to the house of Our Lord."

Randy Galluzzi  (Knights of Columbus, Minister of Hospitality)

"I can proudly call St. Justin's my second home because the community is so inviting and loving. With the help of my peers, I have grown with the people at our Church, more spiritually than ever, through experiences that blew me away. That's why I continue to contribute to St. Justin's - to grow in my faith with positive experiences and with those that I love."

Renee Lee Wah  (EDGE, LifeTeen & Youth Choir)

"When I first started volunteering at St. Justin, I thought I was giving up my time as a gift to the Church. Little did I know that I was the one on the receiving end of many gifts - time and opportunities to develop a closer relationship with God; fellowship with our sisters and brothers; a sense of belonging amongst a community of believers; and the joy of doing God's work."

Sandra Tse  (Catechesis of the Good Shepherd)

"St. Justin Martyr Parish is like our second home. Volunteering and working together with fellow parishioners for the better of our community is one of the most rewarding parts of belonging to this parish."

Kathy Crupi  (Caring & Sharing, Food Bank, Usher, CWL)