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We have had lots of positive feedback about our monthly Chemical Recovery classes. They address all aspects of substance abuse and how best to help someone caught in addiction. The meetings are open to everyone and people are saying how much they are learning from them.
We don’t need to remind you of the grip that drug and alcohol abuse has on our country. With the legalization of marijuana in several states and the almost daily introduction of new designer drugs, especially to our schools, each one of us cannot afford to be ill-equipped to deal with the onslaught.
With this in mind we wanted to let you know about the change in location for our monthly meetings. The quality of the classes and the fellowship will remain the same but the location is now even easier to reach. We will be meeting in the beautiful hamlet of Pelham, NY at the address below.
Once again, we have a large parking lot available so if you will be driving, parking will not be an issue. The entrance to the classes will be through the lot.
To add to the convenience we are only a 5 minute walk from the Pelham Metro North station.
Should you wish to do some shopping or meet someone for lunch afterwards, the main shopping area of Pelham is just around the corner.
The schedule for the meetings for the rest of 2016 is below.
June 18 - Willingness to Change
July 16 - Eternal Fellowship
August 20 - Outreach
September 17 - Ministry Staff Workshop
October 22 - Recovery Fundamentals
November 19 - The Journal
December 17 - The Efficacy of our Efforts.
Please notify your friends about these classes and ask to have them included in your bulletin.
Tuesday, June 07, 2016 - 08:28:00
In today’s society where the use of alcohol and drugs have become a rite of passage for youth ages thirteen and older, it is not uncommon to hear horror stories about teen substance abuse. The peer pressure to join in these activities is greater than ever. At friends’ homes, at parties, and even in the school parking lot, teens consistently compromise their conscience in order to fit in or to be popular. Yet, despite these unfortunate truths, there are still teenagers and young adults today who choose to hold on to their values, to not conform, and to avoid the use of alcohol or drugs. These young people are focused on pursuing their goals of education, athletics, career, etc. I am proud to be one of them.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015 - 09:07:00
The Rules and Traditions posters are located in the Download section for your convenience. These are in PDF format and the files can be brought or emailed to any office store or copy center for printing and mounting.
They are poster sized which is 20in. x 30in. They can be mounted on foamboard to allow them to stand up. To help them last longer you can also get edge pieces for the boards. An artists portfolio bag will help to keep them clean and easy to transport should you have to.
Friday, August 14, 2015 - 18:46:00