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To help kick off the New Year of 2014 TEC will be giving away emergency gift bags of food to each individual who’s in need for FREE!! We will also be providing free and confidential HIV/AIDS testing. There will be free food, bottled water for those who attend. Gift cards will also be available for those who decide to get tested.
When: February 24, 2014
Where: Unity of the Triangle Church (1880 Hall)
118 S. Person Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
(Near Moore Square Station)
Let's help those who need us. Come and join us in our endeavor to reach out to those in your community.
For more information, please call Triangle Empowerment Center, Inc. at 919-423-8902.
Ujima is the 3rd day of Kwanzaa. Ujima is Swahili for “Collective Work and Responsibility”. On this day, we shall build and maintain our community together and make our brothers’ and sisters’ problems our problems and to solve them together.
What: Triangle Empowerment Center, Inc’s Kwanzaa Social
Where: TEC office-800 N Mangum Street Durham, NC 27701 (2nd floor Conference Room)
When: December 28th, 2013 (Day 3 of Kwanzaa)
This is a FREE event and open to the public.
There will be games, food, prizes, and lots
of FUN, FUN, FUN!!
We are also making baskets for those less
fortunate, so please bring an item to add to
our unisex basket, or please bring a dish to
share in this celebration or both!
Come celebrate together again this year with
Triangle Empowerment Center and lets celebrate Ujima!
Come and join us for a Dinner
Given for transgender members of
Triangle Empowerment Center, Inc.’s
R.E.A.L.-T Support group and other
Transgender groups of the surrounding area
8030 Renaissance Parkway, Suite 890
Durham, NC 27713
on Tuesday April 9th, 2013
at 6:00 in the evening
Purpose: To join Lauren Stokeling (a 16 year transgender
activist, and founder of first transgender support group of color
in Baltimore) for an evening conversation concerning health and
the Transgendered population. This dinner includes anyone
who identifies themselves as transgender.
Seats are limited to a “first come, first serve”
basis, so hurry and reserve yours!
This dinner is by invitation ONLY!
All members must R.S.V.P.
via Triangle Empowerment Center:
Attention Durham, Raleigh, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas:
The city of Durham invites you to the Durham Observance of National Week of Prayer for the Healing of HIV/AIDS
March 3rd-9th, 2013
To all TEC members and volunteers,
We are asking all of you to come out and support us, especially Tuesday night which will be held at Imani, MCC in Durham.
The schedule for this week will be as follows:
REAL TALK: WHAT YOUTH NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HIV/AIDS
Rev. Kenneth Hammond, Pastor
904 N. Roxboro Street, Durham, 27701 (919-688-1304)
SERVICE OF VISION, UNITY AND FAITH
Centennial Chapel, Fayetteville Street and Formosa Avenue
On the Campus of North Carolina Central University
Contact: Dr. Michael D. Page, Campus Ministry Office
SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE AND HOPE
Holy Cross Catholic Church, Rev. Raymond Donaldson, SJ, Pastor
2438 S. Alston Avenue, Durham, 27713 (919-957-2900)
Sponsors: Holy Cross Catholic Church & St. Titus Episcopal Church
SERVICE OF CARING, SUPPORT AND SERVICE
3602 C- View Street, Durham, 27713
Guest speaker: Dennis Massenburg, Pastor Fellowship 365 Church
Confidential HIV testing will be available by Durham County Dept. of Public Health
SERVICE OF HEALING THROUGH STUDY AND PRAYER
Morehead Ave. Baptist Church, Rev. Charles Barnes, Pastor
1008 Morehead Avenue, Durham, 27707 (919-489-6297)
SERVICE OF COMPASSION AND LOVE FOR ALL PEOPLE
Kyles Temple AME Zion Church, Rev. Lorinzer Johnson, Pastor
409 Dunston Street, Durham, 27707 (919-682-4318)
YOUNG PEOPLE, STDs AND HIV: HOW TO SURVIVE THE PRESSURE
Russell Memorial CME Church, Rev. Dr. Wayne A. Williams, Pastor
703 S. Alston Avenue, Durham, 27701 (919- 682-2523)
Sponsors: Mt. Level MB Church, DCHD, and Duke Partners in Caring
COMPASSION FEST - GOSPEL MUSIC SERVICE
First Calvary Baptist Church, Rev. Fredrick A. Davis, Pastor
1311 Morehead Avenue, Durham, 27707 (919-489-4184)
COMMUNITY CANDLELIGHT REMEMBRANCE SERVICE
Healing with CAARE Inc. 214 Broadway Street, Durham 27701
Dr. Sharon Elliott-Bynum, Host
PLEASE BRING NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS AND TOILETRIES TO THE SERVICE YOU ATTEND.
FINANCIAL DONATIONS WILL ALSO BE RECEIVED.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Sponsored by The Durham Faith Community on HIV/AIDS,
Contacts: Yvonne Dunlap (919-402-1881), Caressa White (919-724-3310) & Michael Wilson (919-423-1389)