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Support the Mission

Make a donation.

You can support Metanoia Youth Ministry financially by making a donation to our Ministry. There are two ways to make a donation: You can e-transfer funds to finance@holytrinityns.ca. In the message, indicate that the funds are for Youth Group/Youth Ministry. You will receive notification once the transfer has been received. You can also donate now through CanadaHelps below.

Donations can be dropped off in person at the Holy Trinity Parish Office at 4 Beaver Bank Road. The parish office is open Tuesday through Friday mornings from 9:00am until noon 

Please Note that we are not prepared to take donations at Youth Group Events

Other Ways to Help

  • Volunteer We are always looking for volunteers to help lead Small Groups, prepare snacks, and help with setup and tear down. If you feel called to help at Metanoia Youth Ministry please email us at youth@holytrinityns.ca.

  • Prepare a meal Groups within the parish that are interested in preparing a meal for a Youth Night, please contact youth@holytrinityns.ca and we can work out a date. 

  • Gift Card/Certificate Donation We are able to take donations of gift cards & gift certificates to grocery stores to buy food for our program! If you are interested in donating gift cards, please email youth@holytrinityns.ca

  • Bottle Donation You can support us by donating bottles at O’Connell’s Recycling at 15 Sackville Cross Road, Lower Sackville (Formerly Fader’s Bottle Exchange). Just be sure to mention that your bottles are going on account to Holy Trinity Youth when you drop them off.

Youth Leader

The Youth Leaders have a co-responsibility with the Parish Youth Ministry Coordinator for evangelization and catechesis of teens within the Parish. They serve as co-labourers in the mission of Metanoia Youth Ministry and Holy Trinity Parish


The Youth Leader is to provide guidance, support, and mentorship to a group of high school students within the church community. The role involves creating a safe and welcoming environment for teenagers to grow spiritually, build meaningful relationships, and explore their faith.

Jubilee 2025 Project Team

“Hope does not disappoint” (Rom 5:5). In the spirit of hope, the Apostle Paul addressed these words of encouragement to the Christian community of Rome. Hope is also the central message of the coming Jubilee that, in accordance with an ancient tradition, the Pope proclaims every twenty-five years. My thoughts turn to all those pilgrims of hope who will travel to Rome in order to experience the Holy Year and to all those others who, though unable to visit the City of the Apostles Peter and Paul, will celebrate it in their local Churches. For everyone, may the Jubilee be a moment of genuine, personal encounter with the Lord Jesus, the “door” (cf. Jn 10:7.9) of our salvation, whom the Church is charged to proclaim always, everywhere and to all as “our hope” (1 Tim 1:1).

Here is the thing, we're not in Rome. But here is the other thing, we are the Universal Church, which means that the Jubilee is not just in Rome, but all across the world, right down to our Parish.

Media Team Member

Passionate about media? Love finding the perfect clip or photo? Eager to bring together teams and tools to create beautiful creative projects? Metanoia Youth Ministry's Media team is at the heart of sharing the Gospel through many means. We produce engaging content that draws people into the New Evangelization. Online we foster healthy Catholic community for those that we serve and create engaging content for teens we serve, teens we are reaching out to, and parishoners.

Parent Strategy Lead

Invest in parents of the Teens involved in Youth Ministry personally and strive to learn from them to help them feel supported.

How you can serve with Metanoia Youth Ministry

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