WHAT WE NEED: Professional, Interview-appropriate attire for men and women (new or gently used)
• Dress Shoes (particularly men’s)
• Dress Shirts
• Suits or Suit Jackets
• Dresses or Skirts
• Jewelry or Neck Ties
• Socks (new only)
WHO: The Fargo Moorhead Coalition for Homeless Persons will be hosting a 2nd Chance Career Fair in conjunction with Project Community Connect on April 15, 2015. A professional clothing closet will be available for all job seekers.
WHEN: From March 21st to March 30th
WHERE: Clothing may be dropped off at Nativity; In the Gathering Space following Saturday evening and Sunday morning liturgies. and during the week at the office.
Churches United for the Homeless has asked for our help for a hard-working family – 2 now- employed parents, a son age 5 and a daughter age 2 – moving out of the Shelter into a mobile home. They lack almost everything to furnish their trailer: beds, table and chairs, sofa, dressers, lamps, microwave, small kitchen appliances, cookware, dishes, cooking utensils, silverware, waste baskets, rugs, as well as the “extras” that “make a house a home.”
Churches United already has some donated items to contribute.
Sign- up sheet will be on the counter in the Gathering Space or in the Fireside Room.
This family has access to a truck and could pick up furniture. Small items could be brought to Nativity and I could deliver.
Please contact Cathy for more information, w .232-2414, h. 235-5464 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
will open on Thursday, October 9th, with a talk by local historian and artist Steve Stark at 7:00pm. Sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee and the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, these posters from historical and contemporary boycotts present a non-violent means to make social change, The posters will be on display in the Nativity Gathering Space, 1825 11th St. S., until October 27th, weekdays from 9am – 4pm and other times by appointment.
For information, call 701-232-2414, or email email@example.com.
Mon. Sept. 1st Labor Day “work means dignity, work means taking food home, work means loving!” Pope Francis
Tues. Sept.2nd Social Justice Meeting 6:30 pm Bethlehem Room
Fri. Sept.5th First Friday Fast in Solidarity with Those Living in Poverty
Sun. Sept. 7th First Link’s Walk of Hope 1:30pm Downtown library courtyard
Mon. Sept. 8th Dorothy Day House Nativity serves supper
Sat. Sept. 13th Day of Prayer for all who have died in wars Requested by Pope Francis
Tues. Sept. 16th Sustainability – Local Action, Global Impact Concordia College go to
www.ConcordiaCollege.edu/symposium for more information
Wed. Sept. 17th Symposium continues
Thurs. Sept. 18th Friends of Chimbote Gala go to www.friendsofchimbote.org.
Sat. Sept. 20th Pax Christi South Dakota conference. Contact Cathy for details
Celebration of Peace interfaith prayer 7:00pm NDSU Alumni Center
Sun. Sept. 21st Fair Trade Coffee available for purchase after Mass at Nativity
Out of the Darkness Walk
International Peace Day
Campaign Non-Violence Week begins
Fri. Sept. 26th Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
Sat. Sept. 27th Salvation Army Nativity serves lunch Call Cathy at Nativity if you would like to help.
July 2014 Social Justice Calendar
Fri. July 4th First Friday Fast in Solidarity with Those Living in Poverty
Tues. July 8th Churches United Community Picnic & Celebration 4-8pm
Mon. July 14th Dorothy Day House Nativity serves supper
Tues. July 15th Frontline: Separate and Unequal current status of school segregation PPTV/Ch. 13 9pm
Fri. July 18th Birthright Brat Sale Northport Hornbachers 11am – 7pm
Sat. July 19th Birthright Brat Sale continues 11am – 7pm
Tues. July 22nd Frontline: Poor Kids poverty in America seen through the eyes of children
Sat. July 26th Salvation Army Nativity serves lunch Call Cathy at Nativity if you would like to help.
Wed. July 29th International Day of Friendship