So much gratitude and hope filled the halls at FOCUS Sunday Supper this Labor Day weekend. Our next date for this service project is Sunday December 10. Mark your calendars!
The Crew – High School Youth Ministry
Our mission is to provide the youth of St. Justin Martyr parish and the surrounding area with opportunities for spiritual growth, Christian leadership, service projects, and social activities. Some events require a permission slip for participants who are under 18. Contact person: Jeannine Szatkowski, 314-472-5717 or send an email. You are also invited to follow us on Instagram (@sjmcrew), Twitter (@sjmteens), or Facebook.
This permission slip is for members and guests under 18 years of age participating in an SJM high school youth ministry activity. You can fill it out online or download a printable version.
See photos and video from our trip to the Steubenville Catholic Youth Conference. 8 high school students from SJM attended. Only Jesus Christ can elevate is out of sinfulness into holiness.
The Crew raked leaves at five houses in our neighborhood in three hours. The senior citizens we helped out appreciated our assistance and enjoyed talking to us. We will have more service projects coming up soon, including a soup kitchen visit in March. Contact Jeannine Szatkowski for information about our service opportunities.
Seven 8th graders, six high school students, and five adults represented St. Justin at the March for Life to show that we believe all human life is sacred from conception to natural death.
The Crew shared a meal, conversation, and music with the homeless on a cold winter night. This was a beautiful way to prepare ourselves for Christmas. #TooBlessedToBeStressed
The Crew participated in a “yard blitz’ in cooperation with SAJE Senior Ministries. We spent four hours raking the yards of six different senior citizens in our neighborhood.
Our food collection for Scouting for Food netted about 225 boxes of food at just our parish collection point. Thanks to everyone who donated, collected, and boxed food. Locally this service project collects about 2 million cans of food every year. The food is stored at the St. Louis Area Foodbank for distribution to 500 […]
We went to the Cathedral Basilica for a Mass celebrating the feast of St. Louis on the 250th anniversary of our city. Afterwards we enjoyed Ted Drewes ice cream with Bishop Rice at a service fair where we learned about service opportunities in our area