Pastor J. Stanley Justice serves as the Pastor of Mt. Zion AME Church, the oldest historic African-American church in the City of Trenton.  He received the call to preach in 1971, and has served several congregations since that time.

Pastor Justice is extremely involved in the Trenton community, holding a number of positions with community organizations, including Chief Executive Officer of the New Jersey HDC-State Commission on HIV/AIDS; Chairman of the Mt. Zion Neighborhood Development and Economic Corporation; member and Vice-Chairman of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, New Jersey Annual Conference Board Of Trustees; President of the Camden Trenton District Ministers Alliance; and Chairperson of the South Jersey Political Council and Chairman of the Education Committee of the New Jersey Black Ministers Council, in which capacity he has been very active in working on the problems of racial profiling on the New Jersey Turnpike.

Pastor Justice has received the NAACP’s Religion Award, and the first-ever Mercer County consortium HIV/AIDS Award.