Ministries - Social Action

Our Social Action ministries promote the Church’s teachings on social
issues and provide opportunities for our parishioners to help meet the
spiritual, medical, and financial needs of our local and global communities.

Michelle Warren -

Volunteers work in an interdenominational program for the poor of Williamson
County through clothing and food drives and assist in their “Manger” program.
Manger Program:  This project helps families who qualify for assistance shop for Christmas gifts for their families from items donated to The Manger warehouse in Franklin. Holy Family parishioners act as “personal shoppers,” gift wrappers, shelf stockers, etc.

Haiti Ministry
Mike Hogrefe -

Established at Holy Family in 1998, we have actively supported our sister parish,
St. Joseph, in Bahon, Haiti since 2001.  We provide financial support for the needs
of the parish as well as education, nutrition, and medical needs of the community.

Mission Honduras
Don DiLucchio -

Volunteers donate their time, talent, and treasure to serve
Christ by traveling to and serving the poor of Honduras.

To learn more or to donate to Mission Honduras, visit their website:

Loaves and Fishes
Carol Tomiko -

This ministry reaches out to the homeless in the Nashville area. 
Adult teams take turns feeding the homeless at local churches.

Prison Ministry
James Booth  -

Our Mission:   “For I was in prison and you visited me.” Mt 25:36
Our Purpose: Holy Family Prison Ministry seeks to live our Mission by being
present for the imprisoned: showing them acceptance, recognition of their infinite worth, Christ’s mercy and the dignity which resides in each of them, made as they and we are in the image of God.  In all of this, the aim is that those in prison and those in our parish should have a shared community of faith, hope, love, and forgiveness.

Respect Life
Joyce Ciccarelli -

Our goal is to raise awareness of the sacredness of life by organizing
activities such as:  The Empty Crib project, Baby Bottle project,
letter writing campaigns concerning pro-life legislation,
capital punishment, and other social justice issues.

Room In the Inn (RITI)

Bill Stephens -

Holy Family has been participating in the RITI program since 2001. 
We provide food and shelter to 14 Thomeless men each Saturday night from
November through March as well as emergency nights when inclement weather is
predicted. Volunteers bring the men to Holy Family where they receive a hot meal, shower, and warm bed for the night.  There are approximately 40 volunteer positions each weekend that include:  a Weekend Coordinator, Innkeepers, Drivers,
Cooks, Kitchen Helpers, Set-up and Clean-up
If you would like to volunteer, please click on the following link:  


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