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Found 10 Events
09/01/2013 8:00AM - 09/30/2013 4:00PM
Great Onyx will once again this year sponsor Poetry, Poster, Essay, and Daily Question contests to foster the knowledge and understanding about drug and alcohol addiction recovery by our students and staff.
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09/07/2013 9:00AM - 12:00PM
This year we will provide participants with information booths on Recovery methods, as well as booths to help individuals get back to work from Vocational Rehab, Office of Employment and Training, and others. There will be a few speakers, music, food, "open mic" sessions, and a family friendly atmosphere.
09/13/2013 6:30PM - 8:30PM
For community to come out and celebrate those in recovery. We have testimonies, dramatic dance interpretation, music, door prizes, and refreshments.
09/19/2013 9:00AM - 09/30/2013 8:00PM
The Prayer Labyrinth Walk. All are welcome to use the newly built Prayer Labyrinth to help deepen their spirituality for their pathway to wellness.
The prayer labyrinth was built on the grounds of First United Methodist Church, 421 Hardyville Road, and is now available for all to use and to enjoy.
A prayer labyrinth is an ancient tool that encourages prayer and spiritual growth. For centuries prayer labyrinths helped people reflect on and strengthen their spiritual journey. A prayer labyrinth is a metaphor that models our spiritual path in life. Sometimes we turn toward God and sometimes we turn away. Sometimes we move closer to God and sometimes we move further away. This is a spiritual truth.
Pastor Rick, pastor of First and Mt Beulah United Methodist Churches, is quick to emphasize that “a prayer labyrinth has no special powers in and of itself – it is not a new-age thing. A prayer labyrinth is simply a tool to help us listen to the Holy Spirit and redirect our lives and our steps toward God – making God the center of our lives.”
09/21/2013 9:00AM - 1:00PM
09/21/2013 11:00AM - 4:00AM
RecoveryNow! A Celebration of Addiction Recovery. A rally and memorial to take a stance against substance abuse
in our community and remember the lives of those we have
already lost. There will be FREE Food, FREE Music,
Resource Booths, and Information
09/21/2013 2:00PM - 8:00PM
Celebration with food, games, live entertainment, recovery testimonies
09/28/2013 5:00PM - 7:30PM
CELEBRATE RECOVERY WITH THIS FREE EVENT!
Join us for live music, activities for families and kids, free information about recovery, true and touching stories from members of the recovery community and more! Help us with our fight against addiction in our community! It takes a community to make a difference!
NOPE Task Force lights up the night to remember those lost to and suffering from the disease of addiction. Many lives have been destroyed by substance abuse and the disease of addiction. Too often, this disease is perceived as deserved and shameful, leaving families to grieve in silence, or an addict struggling to recover alone. The NOPE Vigil strives to raise awareness and open the doors to recovery by eliminating the prejudice that follows the disease of addiction. The vigil is held in memory of the 30,000 United States citizens who die from accidental drug poisonings each year. Please join us for this special event honoring those whose lives have been lost, while giving hope to those who are still on the road to recovery.