Parish Council

Saint Pius X Parish Council

The role of the Parish Council in conjunction with the Pastor is to give direction to St. Pius X church, parish and school through pastoral planning, visioning, assessing needs, setting goals and evaluating progress towards those goals to support the Parish Mission Statement. 

As the Parish Council is an advisory committee to the Pastor, it is important that the Council is accessible to the family of St. Pius X church, parish and school to hear your thoughts, concerns and suggestions to help serve as a communication channel between the St. Pius X family and the pastor.  The Parish Council is always available to answer any questions that you may have.  

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Parish Council, be on the lookout for announcements and further information in the near future.  Download a council nomination form HERE

Parish Council Members:  

Steven Johnson, Chair      

Steve and his family have been parishioners since 2002.  Steve is involved in the parish as a lector, minister of hospitality, and sits on the Building Committee for the new school building and parish center.  He is married to Erin Johnson, a Guilford County school teacher, and they have two young kids, Emma-Claire and Nolan.  Steve grew up as an Air Force military brat, but calls Kansas City, Missouri home; he has lived in Greensboro since 2000.  Steve has a degree in Architecture from Kansas State University and works for The Presbyterian Homes Inc. in Colfax as the Director of Design and Construction for their Continuing Care Retirement Centers in North Carolina and South Carolina.  He also maintains a small private Architecture practice and hold a General Contractor’s license.  Steve enjoys spending time with his kids and wife, doing yard work, coaching his daughter’s softball team, music, sports, and volunteering for the St. Pius Cub Scouts and St. Pius School with his son Nolan.  Steve is a founding member of Guy’s Do’in Stuff and enjoys the opportunity to hang out with other St. Pius guys and use his power tools to do good!  Email Steve HERE


Kelly Leggett   

Email Kelly HERE


Shelly Kreber

Shelley and her husband Jack became parishioners in 2005 when they moved from Columbus, Ohio. They have four children; Carly, Max, Cassidy and Luke.  Shelley has been involved with the marketing efforts for both the church and parish center capital campaigns.  Shelley leads the Hall Towers Ministry along with Glenn Spivey, has been an office volunteer since 2008 and has served as an Ecumenical Minister since 2014.  Shelley was a former marketing director for a retail design firm and likes to use her experience to help with school and church sponsored events and activities.  She enjoys spending time with her family, watching college sports, boating and traveling.  Shelley accepted the call to be a parish council member because she felt it is a very exciting time in our parish history and wanted to help our vision for St. Pius The Tenth come to fruition. Email Shelly HERE


Allison Ray

Allison and her family have been parishioners since 2008.  She is involved in the parish as a Eucharistic Minister and catechist.  With her husband, David Ray, they are blessed with two grade-school aged children, Savanna and Luke.  Allison has an undergraduate and graduate degree from UNC-Chapel Hill (Go Heels!) and holds a real estate and CPA license.  She works in downtown Greensboro at the corporate headquarters for Bell Partners (an apartment management and investment company).  For fun, Allison enjoys traveling, attending sporting events, reading, and always loves a good joke!  Email Allison HERE


Lynne Fly

Lynne and her husband Gary became parishioners in 2000 when they moved from Macon, GA. They have 2 children, Adam and Madison.  Lynne has an undergraduate degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Ga. Tech and previously worked as a Rates Engineer for a power company in Atlanta, GA.  After staying home with her children until 2010, she became a Third Grade Assistant at St. Pius X School.  Lynne was an active member of both Capital Campaign Committees and is a Eucharistic Minister.  She enjoys reading, traveling and great food.Email Lynne HERE


Thomas (Tommy) Lawrence

Tommy grew up in Durham, N.C. and went to college and medical school at UNC Chapel Hill.  He and his wife April have been parishioners at SPX since moving to Greensboro in 1993.  Tommy went through RCIA at SPX and came into full communion in the Catholic church in 2002.  He and April have 3 daughters, all of whom graduated from SPX School: Antonina (sophomore at Elon Univ.), Mariana (sophomore at DePaul Univ.) and Sofia (freshman at Bishop McGuinness High School).  Tommy is currently a Minister of the Word and has previously served on the We Care Committee.  He served a prior term on the Parish Council from 2005-2008.  Tommy is a Diagnostic Radiologist with Greensboro Radiology specializing in Breast Imaging.  He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Randolph Hospital in Asheboro.  He enjoys all sports (especially golf), travel, and reading, but his favorite thing to do is anything that is done with family. Email Tommy HERE


Joseph Adamczyk

Joseph “Joe” Adamczyk and his wife of 43 years, Agnes have been parishioners at Saint Pius X since 2011. Joe is originally from New Jersey and Agnes was born in Havana, Cuba and fled the Castro regime in 1960 as a “Pedro pan Kid”. Joe is currently an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist and Minister of the Word. Joe retired from the United States Army in 2001. He holds a BS in Engineering and a MEd in Counseling Psychology. He is the Managing Partner of a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business. Agnes is a Teacher of English as a Second Language and Family Readiness Group Coordinator. Joe’s interests include all sports (especially running, assisting Veterans and fellow parishioners, and visiting family. Joe and Agnes are the proud parents of 5 grown children and prouder grandparents of 5 grandchildren.  Email Joseph HERE


Julie Dudkiewicz

Email Julie HERE


Tita Wofford

Email Tita HERE


Alberta Hairston

Alberta moved to Greensboro from Cincinnati, Ohio in 1989 and began attending St. Pius the Tenth in 1990. During her years as a member of St. Pius the Tenth, she has served as Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, Minister of Consolation and member of Parish Life Commission. Alberta served as Campus Minister at Thea House, the Catholic Campus Connection serving the students of NCA&T and Bennett College, from 1994 to 2013. After receiving her BSW from Bennett College in 1994 (at the young age of 56); Alberta completed the Diocesan Lay Ministers Training in 1998 and LIMEX in 2002, with a focus on Parish Life and Administration. She believes that, with her educational back ground and leadership experience in former parishes and her life experiences, she will bring a diverse perspective to the work of the Parish Council. A lifelong learner, Alberta enjoys participating in the Great Adventure Bible Studies offered at St. Pius the Tenth, expanding her knowledge of African and African American History and Literature and testing new recipes. She loves to cook and is always looking for an opportunity to share her skills. Email Alberta HERE


Jim Milanese

Email Jim HERE


Robert (Bob) Buccini

Email Bob HERE