This event is a worship service is hosted by Reverend Roxann Hymon, the leader of Spirit and Truth Ministries Inc. Spirit and Truth Ministries Inc is a faith-based non-denominational Christian ministry in the Greater Boston Area that is on a mission to help you with prayer and scriptural understanding at all stages of life.
There is more to painting than just the finished product. The journey toward the end is what makes the finished product meaningful.
At our parties, you not only get to BE the artist behind your masterpiece, but you also get to explore deeper parts of yourself through guided reflection and activities. Growing as an artist by learning visual art techniques, while also growing personally; a living double entendre.
This Valentine’s Day, learn to love yourself well to exude love well onto others. The Christian involvement during our event will the the theme topic discussion on love. In leading the discussion, insertions on how and who God calls us to love will be discussed, while merging it to creation as He has it.
Spend a fun night with
- Yourself tapping into your creativity
- Your spouse/partner for Date Night
- Your friends for a Girls Night Out/ Guys Night Out
- Your family member (Mommy & Me/ Daddy & Me)
- Your colleague (post-work festivities)
Join us as we look at our Cory Johnson Program for Post-Traumatic Healing (CJP) trauma work through the lens of literary imagination. Activists, intellectuals and artists throughout contemporary history have eluded to the beloved community as a place and mindset of grace filled justice and reconciliation. Through the words of Dr. Martin Luther King and literary artists including the incomparable Tony Morrison, Reverend Liz Walker presents a meditation on CJP as the model of that beloved community, a groundbreaking antidote for these troubled times.
Thursday, 1/16 at 6:00 pm; Roxbury Presbyterian Church Social Impact Center; 328 Warren Street; Roxbury, MA
Peace by Piece (for post-traumatic healing) provides FREE monthly trauma support programming using a community-based approach to foster recovery and healing from all sources of post-traumatic stress, grief, or losses of all types. This is for all adults from all backgrounds, faiths, and orientations – just show up!
On the first Monday of every month, we offer dinner at 6:30pm. We then shift to our program at 7:30pm, in which we offer an open space in which people can share their stories or just listen.
We hope you will join us for Can We Talk? next Thursday, 5/30, starting with dinner at 6 p.m. It is a chance to support each other in community as we share our stories of loss, trauma, hope, and healing. Along with our artists-in-residence who offer their creative expressions, we also have trauma-informed child care available. There is no cost – just show up! We hope to see you next Thursday!