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Event: 'Beginning Experience' Print
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Date: Friday, September 30, 2011 At 09:00 AM
Contact Info:
Patty Shelton (843) 814-8408
Email: LOV5T@aol.com

Divorced? Widowed? Separated?

Beginning Experience September 30-October 2

"Beginning Experience" is a weekend away for a lifetime of change for widowed, divorced, and separated people.  The weekend program helps grieving single-again persons emerge from the darkness of grief into the light of a new beginning, and move into the future with renewed hope.  The program helps deal with the natural grief process and offers an opportunity, through God, for turning pain of loss into an experience of positive growth.  Founded by a Catholic nun and a Methodist lay woman, and rooted in the Christian tradition, the ministry's open, ecumenical spirit serves those of all faiths.  The fall weekend will be held on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1&2, 2011, at Camp St. Christopher on Seabrook Island, SC.  The total cost is $235.00 which includes the program, meals and lodging.  You may apply online at www.piety.com/tbe.  Contact: Patty Shelton (843) 814 8408.


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