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Thursday 5

Intimate Violence & Religious Faith CANCELED

Lifelong Learning

8:59 am


Date: March 5

Registration Fee: $75  

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As a faith leader how do you respond when you realize that a member of your church’s high school youth group has been the victim of sexual assault (1 out of 5 teens report experiencing physical violence on a date)? If an elderly member of your congregation is experiencing abuse, what do you do (national surveys show that 11% of adults over 60 have faced physical, sexual, verbal, or emotional abuse)? One out of four women and one out of 12 men experience violence in their intimate relationships.  How can churches insure that they’re supporting these victims adequately? This workshop will equip lay people and clergy to respond with appropriate resources and knowledge to all those suffering some form of intimate violence.

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National Guard Chaplaincy Recruiting Information Session

Admissions Event

11:30 am


Location: campus location TBD

Contact: Alison McCarty, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), 617-821-2430

The Army National Guard is recruiting chaplains to serve it’s 360,000+ enlisted members and officers.  More than 1/3 of National Guard members are under the age of 25, and many are facing serious moral decisions for the first time in their lives.  Many have joined the military because they believe they have no other options.  Chaplaincy in the Armed Forces is challenging:  there are not enough chaplains, and these few minister to a hugely diverse population of people often in stressful situations, facing  the personal challenge of being a peacemaker among warriors – a role “civilian” peers sometimes shun.  Yet those who serve in this ministry find it extremely rewarding.

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