Current Events

Bishop Anthony M. Pilla died peacefully on Monday, September 20, after spending the day with his family. A wake will begin with Vespers on Monday, September 27 in the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist Church at 3:00pm and continue until 7:00pm. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, September 28 at the Cathedral at 11:00am.

Bishop Pilla touched many lives through his kindness, genuine concern and care for others and his priestly heart. He always reminded us that we were good people which made for a great diocese. He was well loved and will be remembered for his fatherly care.
Please keep his family in your prayers.
Click on the link below to see the Video Tribute to Bishop Pilla

Calling all trick or treaters! Join us for our Trunk n Treat on Sunday, October 24 from 1:00-3:00PM in the parking lot of the church. Many fun ideas are being planned trick or treating, games, and food. Click on the link for a REGISTRATION FORM to complete for reserving a space to Trunk n Treat. Please complete this and drop it off to or the parish office.  Prizes will be award for the best trunk decorations.

Thank you to EVERYONE who came to the Festival! PLEASE pick up your Chinese Auction baskets as soon as possible. Look for winners under the festival tab.

The 2022 Mass Book is open.  You can Mass form 2021, or Mass form 2021 fillable and drop them off in the parish office.

There are also some weekdays still open for 2021.

Blood Drive ~ St. Justin Martyr Church

Sunday, September 26  8am-2pm

Schedule an appointment online at and enter sponsor code: Stjustinmartyr or call 1-800-RED-CROSS.


Coffee and Conversation Group

Do you miss seeing your St. Justin Martyr friends?  Would you like to be part of a virtual get together? Join the Coffee and Conversation Group! This group meets virtually on Thursday MORNING at 11:00AM.  If you are interested,  email Beth,  Invite your friends to join in and see each other. Easy log in instructions will be sent to you. 

Live Streaming of Masses:  We will continue to live stream Masses on Facebook and YouTube. Masses will be available to view live and after at YouTube and Facebook .  The Diocesan Web page has all the information and updates you need on the current updates of the COVID-19.  Click here for more information.

Notes on watching our streaming services:

Facebook. Users can log into the events without a Facebook account.  Facebook may ask you to join, but you can ignore the button that pops up.  You can disregard the pop-up and click on the service you would like to watch.

YouTube. If you prefer, our services will also be shown on our YouTube Channel.  If using YouTube, I would suggest subscribing to the channel so that it pops up easier for you.




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