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AMBASSADORS OF HOPE

AMBASSADORS OF HOPE

Volunteers work with, and under the direction of, Seeds of Hope to strive to further the mission of the Church to the children in the inner-city Catholic schools. Volunteers to serve as aides to the teachers, help in the office and libraries. Activities vary with each school.

ANGEL TREE PROJECT

ANGEL TREE PROJECT

Provide Christmas gifts for children of prisoners and Denver children’s homes. As part of this ministry, you can help with your choice of a variety of projects which include purchasing and wrapping a gift for a child, recording gifts, organizing gifts in preparation for delivery, and actually delivering the gifts to the children just before Christmas.

BLOOD DRIVE

BLOOD DRIVE VOLUNTEERS

St. Thomas More helps Vitalant community blood centers build reserves for emergencies and surgery by participating in one of the largest community blood drives in Colorado. You may help with sign ups or on the day of the drive as needed. Blood drives are held three times a year.

FAITHFULLY FEEDING

FAITHFULLY FEEDING OUR FRIENDS

Faithfully Feeding our Friends ministers work with Christ in the City feeding the homeless in Denver. Ministers provide, and help serve, monthly lunches on Wednesdays with Christ in the City missionaries, as well as serving at special events.

FOOD TRUCK MINISTRY

FOOD MINISTRIES

Our parish food ministries help feed the hungry in our community. You may choose one of the three ministries to serve in this important outreach:

Faithfully Feeding our Friends ministers work with Christ in the City
feeding the homeless in Denver. Ministers provide, and help serve,
monthly lunches on Wednesdays with Christ in the City missionaries
as well as serving at special events.

Food Collection Barrels are regularly filled with our generous
parishioner donations. On a weekly basis, volunteers in this ministry
deliver nonperishable food items from the collection barrels to six
inner city food banks in the Denver Metro area.

Food Truck Ministry picks up food from grocery stores and delivers it
to several food banks three times a week. This ministry also helps with
the Youth Ministry’s Souper Bowl of Caring event and works with the
Knights of Columbus food drives.

Woman holding a sign #SaveOurChildren End Human Trafficking

FRIENDS OF MAGGIE

Support sex trafficking victims in our community to make the transition to a “normal” life through prayers and the provision of material items. Additional activities include quarterly meetings of the FOM local groups, hosting informative events, and supporting From Silence to Saved.

PROJECT 600

PROJECT 600

Bring the joy of the true meaning of Christmas to the little ones. Project 600 provides a Christmas party for over 400 inner-city four and five year old children. Participants help run games, serve food, and dress in costumes to help the children enjoy their trip to the North Pole. Youth and adults are all welcome to come to the wrapping parties held prior to the event. Meetings take place in November and December. Check the Sunday bulletin for more information.

RESPECT LIFE

RESPECT LIFE

Be part of this important mission to promote respect for the dignity and sanctity of all human life. You may choose from many activities which include Rosaries prayed at an abortion clinic and at STM to end abortion, participate in the Pro-Life March on the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, help set up the display of white crosses on the parish campus, and other parishes and attend special events for religious freedom.

STM DIAPER DISCIPLES

STM DIAPER DISCIPLES

STM Catholic School students and parishioners combine their efforts to collect diapers for the parents in need of clean diapers for their children. You may donate diapers in the diaper collection bins at the church and school entrances all year long Diapers are delivered to the Denver Gabriel House by members of the school community.

STM STITCHERS

STM STITCHERS

Promote fellowship and community building by helping the parish and community with many sewing and knitting needs at bimonthly meetings. Quilt, sew, knit, and more. The group meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month, 10:00am to 2:00pm.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL (SVDP)

Feeding the hungry and providing shelter for those in need is a key focus for SVDP. As a member, you would work with those in need to provide both confidential financial assistance and spiritual support. The group meets twice monthly for spiritual sharing and scripture readings.

“Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.”

ST. THOMAS MORE