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Social Action Coordinating Commission

We lead IHM parishioners to be Christ-like servant leaders in Catholic social justice through prayer, advocacy, education and support of those in need. SACC meets the 1st Monday of the month at 7:15 pm.

All parishioners are invited to discern serving as a parish leader. The Parish Pastoral Council will help you prayerfully discern where to best use your God-given talents, and will provide training for effective servant leadership.

For more information, please contact Jim Moyer

Staff Liaison: Donna Wenstrup

Committees:
  1. IHM Prison Ministry: Angel Tree and Cookies at Christmas. Mentoring Warren Correctional Institution Jan–May. Kairos Retreats at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility late April and October. Contact: Dave Pommert
  2. Anderson Churches for Racial Unity. Contact: Judy O’Brien
  3. Child Protection Team to end child abuse and protect our children. Contact: Kathy Weyer
  4. Annual Mission Sunday Multicultural Mass, Mission Sunday 6 p.m. Mass. Contact: Sue Keefe
  5. Growing IHM Community Lunch with our Hispanic Ministry at the November convivencia. Contact: Sue Keefe
  6. Social Forums: Offered at least twice a year on social justice themes
  7. Respect Life: Contact: Jane Elfers
  8. Environmental Stewardship: As caring stewards, we act, lead, educate and inspire love and protection of God’s creation. Contact:  Jim Myres
  9. Outreach/Direct Service: Contact: Jim Moyer
  10. Justfaith: Discussion group on social justice issues. Contacts: Debbie Metz or Jerry Metz
  11. Human Trafficking: OPEN
  12. Collections Chair: Therese Hazzard
  1. Socks and Such: Susan Straub or Louis Straub
  2. Mother's Day Baby Shower: Susan Scheidler
  3. Christmas in July: Lori Rehl
  4. School House Collection: Krista Divine
  5. Coat: Mike Suter
  6. Giving Tree: Vicki Dekker
  7. Coin: Judy O'Brien
13. Refugee Resettlement: Contact Barb Szucsik and John Szucsik , 513-831-4510, Refugee Resettlement Committee, as part of the Social Action Coordinating Commission, works to aide and support refugees who relocate to the greater Cincinnati area through Catholic Charities.  Examples of support include transportation to various appointments and serving as a source of information, connection and encouragement for transitioning to life in the United States while retaining their cultural values.