MLK Day of Service

MLK Day of Service – Mon, January 21, 2019

A generous person will be enriched, and one who gives water will get water. (Prov. 11:25)

Join with our parish community as we spend the day in service on Monday, January 21, 2019.  Martin Luther King Jr. stated that one of life’s most persistent and urgent questions is what are you doing for others?  We will have a variety of opportunities to serve others for all ages and all levels of time and energy commitments.  Click here to sign up for one or more volunteer activities.  Please sign up as soon as possible to help us plan to serve our community.

 

List of Projects:

  • Prepare and serve breakfast at the SECU House
    • Will be a project for Youth Inquirers Class and EYC organized by Mike Peterson
  • Baking/Packaging/Delivering Cookies 9am-12:30pm at COTC
    • Unlimited number of volunteers of all ages
      • Club Nova
      • Ronald McDonald House
      • Meals on Wheels
  • Valentine Card Making 9am -12:30pm
    • Great for all ages, especially our youngest volunteers
      • Make at Chapel of the Cross in the Great Hall
      • Deliver to Meals on Wheels
  • Book Harvest (Gail Cloud)
    • Collection of new and gently used children’s books (January 6-21)
      • Sort and box up books at COTC (9am-12:30)
      • Deliver to Durham (after 12:30pm)
  • Blood Drive at Hargreaves
  • Horizons
    • Collection and delivery of baby diapers of all sizes
    • volunteering numbers flexible
      • Donate diapers 9am-2pm at COTC
      • Deliver diapers
  • IFC Homestart shelter for women and families
    • looking for volunteers to assemble and freeze casseroles
      • Bring in materials and assemble casseroles at church 1-4 pm
      • Donate finished casseroles to church by 4pm
      • Drive collected casseroles to Homestart
  • Table Inc. at 209 W Main St Carrboro
    • Volunteers needed to prepare, and pack bags of food for local kids
      • 8-15 volunteers
      • Prepare and pack food 1-2:30 pm at Table on Main St
  • Club Nova
    • Collect at COTC and deliver men’s winter clothing – especially outerwear
    • Times and volunteering numbers flexible
      • Donate items at COTC 9am-4pm
      • Deliver items
  • Refugee Support Center Paper Products Supply Collection
    • Items requested: Paper towels, toilet paper, feminine hygiene, household cleaning products, diapers
      • Donate paper products at COTC 9am-4pm
  • Refugee Support Center refugee youth bowling outing
    • Will be a project organized and run by ECM members
  • Orange County Animal Shelter
    • Supply drive 9am-2pm at COTC
      • Donate old bath towels
      • Donate canned puppy or canned kitten food
  • The Sewists on the Hill are hosting a “sew-in” meeting at 9:30 am at the Lake Hogan Farms Clubhouse (101 Commons Way Drive, Chapel Hill). They will be making pillowcases for adult hospice patients at UNC Hillsborough. Please email Alex Davis if you would like to attend adavis6731@gmail.com.