The First Ladies For Health Project (FLFH) is a volunteer group that leverages the leadership of the First Ladies (Pastors' wives) and other representatives of the churches to help their parishioners and community make informed decisions about their health.
What is unique about this project is that our Family Health Day is held on the same day across various churches/organizations.
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DIABETES, HYPERTENSION, FLU SHOT
Cancer Health Education
We Engage 4 Health
Maternal & Child Health
Senior Care Area
Children’s Screenings/Interactive Education
Interested in Helping with the Event?
Contact Vanessa Rosier @ 513-313-6900
Open every Saturday
except 3rd Saturdays
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The food pantry at Mother of Christ has been in operation since the parish was moved to its present location. In the beginning, the Archdiocese provided a social worker to help with the organization. Willa and James Carlock were the managers for several years. It is open on Saturday mornings from 10:00 am-11:30 am. There has never been a fee and several parishioners have staffed it through the years. Most of the items are donated by the parishioners at St. Mary in Hyde Park, St. Bernard in Spring Grove Village, St. Gertrude, St. Xavier High School, and our own parishioners.