• St. Margaret Parish Volunteers

  • A volunteer is a person who can see what others cannot see; who can feel what most do not feel. Often, such gifted persons do not think of themselves as volunteers, but as citizens – citizens in the fullest sense; partners in civilization.

    President George H.W. Bush

  • Why Do I serve?

  • Please take a few moments to view the following video presentation with quotes from a number of our parish volunteers answering the question “Why do I serve” Their words are quite inspiring.

  • This past April was National Volunteers Month and a fitting time to highlight the role of giving to others and sharing our gifts.

    We at St. Margaret Church are very blessed to have countless individuals who give generously of their time and talent contributing to the 52 lay ministries within our parish community. We thank you for your compassion and your awareness, for seeing the need and responding. Thank you for sharing your skills and knowledge to help improve lives and build the capacity of those who have not had the same good fortune. Thank you for your dedication. But most of all thank you for your kindness, care and love.

    For those who may not be involved, we invite you to consider joining with our current volunteers in any capacity, big or small. Volunteering has many benefits, not just for those who are being helped, but for those doing the helping. Please click here to view a list and descriptions of our parish lay ministries or contact Liz Connelly at liz.connelly@stmargaretchurch.com to simply talk about ways to get involved.

    East Shoreline Catholic Academy
    The inter-parish school of St. George, Guilford, St. Margaret, Madison, and St. John Bosco, Branford.

    62 Cedar Street, Branford, CT 06405
    Phone: 203-488-8386 Fax: 203-488-2347