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***Note to commenters: Please remember to refer to “alleged” victims and “alleged” abusers.
Over the past year, I’ve been corresponding more regularly with victims of abuse who have patiently and graciously exposed me to the ways in which.
I’m working with several of these smart, inspiring survivors to post a weeklong series here on abuse and the Church, hopefully this spring or early summer.
The church can provide a simple printed program if details and information are provided to the office 48 hours prior to the service.
SGC members may use the lobby for a luncheon/reception for your family and special guests (60-70 max) following a funeral/memorial/graveside service.