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Sartans give back to the community.
Sartans give back to the community.
Posted on 12/19/2017
Sartans give back to the community.

The Class of 2017’s 25,000 community service hours is a tough goal to live up to, but the Class of 2018 is on its way. The total represents all 4 years of a class’s commitment to serving the community, and is accomplished by volunteering throughout the parish and city. Two such locations are Immaculate Conception Church’s Bread and Blessings ministry and St. Martin’s HopeWorks.


“The Bread and Blessings Ministry at Immaculate Conception Church is an outreach of loving service to our homeless brothers and sisters. Every Sunday afternoon at 12:45, we are grateful to be able to serve a sit down, hot lunch to our guests-in-need. This ministry is made possible by a faithful group of volunteers who prepare and serve the meal.  Many volunteers are from other Catholic parishes as well as from other churches.”

Immaculate Conception Church Ministries

Seniors Julian Garcia and Nick Garcia with Roberta Montoya, Bread and Blessings service coordinator. Seniors Julian Garcia and Nick Garcia with Roberta Montoya, Bread and Blessings service coordinator.

Another location students volunteer at is St. Martin’s HopeWorks. “St. Martin’s HopeWorks provides shelter, jobs, meals, permanent and re-entry housing, and our Hope Café program hires and trains formerly homeless interns in the restaurant industry.”

St. Martin’s HopeWorks

If you have suggestions for volunteering opportunities contact Alicia Eiler, Community Service Coordinator, at (505) 831-8416 or email her.

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