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Urban Ministries Shelter Dinner
A sign-up sheet is available in the atrium two weeks prior to the scheduled dinner, where parishioners volunteer to donate food items or to prepare and serve the meal.
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Called & Gifted Workshop
Holy Infant parishioners are encouraged to take part in this workshop being held at our neighboring parish, St. Thomas More. 
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TYM Food Bank Service Project
Holy Infant high schoolers are invited to volunteer and fight hunger in 34 counties in NC.
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Ministries provide "parish in-reach" to our community
Our fellowship with each other extends beyond the pews
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Knights of Columbus - Pancake Supper
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Parish ADVENT Adventure
Advent is like a long treasure hunt that ends with the best treasure of all: the gift of Jesus on Christmas Day. Register online by December 1 for this fun family event and be entered into a drawing for a special prize! Bring a batch of your favorite Christmas cookies (if you like) and leave with resources to help you keep Advent at home!
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Bread for the World Letter Solicitation
Join us on June 4 & 5 on the patio after each Mass for the "Offering of Letters".
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Faith First: Focus on Social Justice
Join us THIS SATURDAY to learn about the barriers affecting employment in Durham County & the importance of the dignity of work.
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Faith First: Mary, Queen of Heaven & Earth
Join us on May 6th between Masses to honor our loving & gracious Mother through song, prayer & activities. This event will include the May Crowning of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
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A Helping Hand - Information Session
For nearly 20 years, A Helping Hand has been providing superior care for older adults. Cathy Ahrendsen founded a Helping Hand in 1995 in response to an unmet community need for high caliber senior support services. Today, the agency remains committed to her vision of helping senior citizens and individuals with disabilities safely “age in place” while maintaining the highest level of independence. A Helping Hand was launched from our founding director’s home in Chapel Hill and moved to its first commercial office in Chapel Hill in 1998. The office headquarters remained in Chapel Hill until 2008 when the need for additional space prompted a move to our current office located in Durham. A Helping Hand’s service area continues to include Orange, Durham, Chatham and western Wake counties. We are honored to have grown from serving 21 individuals in 1995 to now providing support to nearly 350 individuals annually. A Helping Hand’s success remains rooted in our founder’s vision of excellence. Today, as in 1995, A Helping Hand is fully committed to providing the best experience for our clients and their families.
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