Christmas Kindness is a parish effort to provide gifts for needy families and individuals. The Incarnation Christmas Kindness program supports the following organizations:
Incarnation’s St. Vincent de Paul Society
Twin Towers / Huffman Place Senior Centers
Catholic Social Services
St. Vincent Hotel
St. Mary’s Parish & Neighborhood
Our Goal : To bring a little extra Christmas Joy to the needy in our area
If you have any questions, please call:
Lynn Brumfield – (937) 287-7081 or Barb Perkins – (937) 436-0228
Provide meals on a temporary basis. Provide light household duties on a temporary basis (cleaning, cooking, laundry, etc. ) If current volunteers cannot supply the service needed our Committee will attempt to put them in contact with other persons or services that could assist them. Visitation to the elderly, shut-ins, and people recently released from the hospital, new mothers or anyone who would like the occasional visitor.
For information contact Carolyn Moran 937-434-4399
Within the context of supporting the teachings of Christ and His Church, this commission oversees the raising and distribution of resources (time, talent and treasure) to needy individuals / organizations outside the parish boundaries of Incarnation Parish.
Outreach, during the period July 2021-2022 is supporting the following organizations:
- English as a 2nd Language
- Good Shepherd Ministries
- The Dakota Center
- TJs Place of Hope
- Life Enrichment Center
- Snuggled UP
- Mission of Mary Corp
- Franciscan Ministries
- St. Vincent DePaul
- First Dawn Food Pantry
- Respect Life Ministry
- Brigid’s Path
- Hannah’s Treasure Chest
- Food 2 Go
- Elizabeth New Life Center
- Threads of Miami Valley
- Holy Trinity Church
- Single Parents Rock
- Camp Chautauqua Inc.
- Oasis House
- NET Ministries
- Good Neighbor House
- Big Brothers / Big Sisters
- Abilities First
- Crayons to Classrooms
- Companions on a Journey
- Bergamo Center
- 2000 Plus
- Miami Valley Non Profit
For additional information, please contact David Ryan at 937-435-6655 or his email at Davidryan6942@att.net
Our St. Vincent de Paul Society helps those in our midst who are in need. Families and individuals are helped with emergency financial aid and counseling.
The St. Vincent Meals people are divided into teams to prepare a portion of a meal to be served at various shelters in the Dayton area.
For more information contact Kathy Farrey, 937-885-0326 or Candy Huttinger 937-434-8107
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization. It provides members and their families with volunteer opportunities in service to the Catholic Church, their communities, families and young people.
Membership Benefits as a member of the Knights of Columbus you and your family enjoy many benefits, including 12 free issues annually of the Columbiamagazine, the world’s largest Catholic family magazine, eligibility to join the Knights of Columbus top-ranked life insurance program, and many more family and personal benefits.
Tap on the link below to be taken to our Knights of Columbus Council 10215 website.
In keeping with all the teachings of the Catholic Church, we promote respect for all life at all stages, from conception to natural death. We are called to promote a Culture of Life.
We promote the respect of all human life from conception to natural death through education, prayer, and charitable acts with mercy and love. We support local life affirming organizations through our All Babies Count Baby Shower, the Elizabeth’s New Life Center, Baby Bottle Campaign and the Dayton Right to Life Flower Sale. We also host a pro-life rosary on the vigil of the March for Life and a Spring event to educate the parish on a current Respect Life Issue.
The parish supports Pro-Life by promoting Miami Valley Life Chain, Mother’s Day Rose Sale and other events sponsored by Dayton Right to Life, Elizabeth New Life Center and other local life affirming organizations.
For more information concerning our Respect Life Efforts contact Margaret Wilkes 937-623-9275