Holy Trinity Church
211 Crespo, Col. Centro
Sunday Anglican/Episcopal services with music at 10 AM, followed by refreshments on the patio.
A Thanksgiving Day Communion Service will be held at noon.
The clergy serving Holy Trinity are Reverend Bruce M. Shipman, Priest-in-charge, and the Reverend John Zachritz, Associate
Telephone 951 514 3799. Email email@example.com
Libros Para Pueblos
Libros Para Pueblos establishes long-term relationships with libraries located in economically and socially disadvantaged regions of Oaxaca, Mexico. Libraries become members of a support network, in which knowledge and experiences are shared around the theme of reading promotion. Through collaboration, library partners acquire skills and tools that allow them to achieve more effective early intervention in the reading community. They participate in workshops where they receive training in strategies to substantially increase their impact. Each library in the network receives an annual supply of new books, carefully selected according to a matrix of values, which promote the development of independent and critical young readers. To fund its programs, LPP turns to individuals and couples, groups, and organizations who are called “sponsors” and “donors.” Sponsors contribute an annual fixed amount that is dedicated primarily to the purchase of books for their sponsored library, while a smaller percentage is used for training and operation of the programs. Donors, on the other hand, dedicate their entire contribution to the development and implementation of various reading promotion strategies, which we call “projects.”
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Open Meeting in English
Open Zoom Meeting in Oaxaca (we welcome members of all 12-Step programs)
Log into https://Zoom.us and enter the Meeting Number, and when requested, the passcode:
Meeting Number: 838 1336 8259, Passcode: gratitude
Questions? Call Susan (house phone): 951 515 0122
The Oaxaca Learning Center
TOLC - Making a difference one young person at a time.
Founded in 2005, The Oaxaca Learning Center (TOLC) is a unique organization in Oaxaca, Mexico. It provides much-needed academic tutoring and social service support to low-income students from underserved urban neighborhoods and indigenous rural villages throughout the state of Oaxaca. With TOLC support, these students can complete high school and most often proceed to university for professional careers. They can then serve as role models for others in their communities.
The Center is administrated by IIAC A.C., a Mexican non-profit organization, lead by a brilliant Oaxacan staff, all of whom come from the same background as the students.