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Events — Compassionate Cup Ministries

Events

You are invited to an INTERDENOMINATIONAL Service of Spiritual Reconciliation & Healing of Abuse at the old Central Seventh-day Adventist Church building on Victoria St. (just off 8th St.) in Saskatoon, SK on Saturday June 29th at 3:00 pm

“Let anyone who is thirsty com to me.” John 7.37

This is a ministry of the Church that recognises, believes and supports those in situations of deep hurt.

The following represent those who have been served by this ministry so far:-

  • Women and men who have experienced domestic violence
  • Those who knew a loved one who died because of abuse and oppression
  • Those who weren’t believed or protected
  • Survivors of childhood sexual abuse
  • Those who suffered elder abuse
  • Those who have experienced rape
  • Those who lost their baby because of abuse.
  • Those who grieved the loss of a child
  • Children who have been abused by those who should have loved them the most
  • Spiritual abuse
  • Non-offending parents of sexually abused children
  • Those who suffer Secondary Trauma

If you have any questions or concerns.
Please contact Marion Duncan, M.Ed.(Couns), C.C.C., M.Div.
Front-line worker of
Compassionate Cup Ministries:
A Voice for the Voiceless
Tel: 306 979 5256
Email:

Poster for service (PDF file)

Web_brochure_for_service (PDF file)

Printable brochure for service (Higher resolution PDF file)

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“Please note the following activity that Compassionate Cup Ministries is Hosting in Annapolis Royal on December 6th.

This ministry chooses to be obedient to Isaiah 1.17, “learn to do good; seek justice, rescue the oppressed, defend the orphan, plead for the widow.” 

December 6th, 6.30 on the steps of Kerr House, Montreal Massacre, Candlelight Remembrance Ceremony, remembering the 14 women shot and killed in Montreal, just because they were women in a male dominated program in a Polytechnic – (This continues to remain relevant to all of us we pray for the safety of  our sisters, wives, mothers and daughters as they prepare for and attend university.) This is also to remember all women and children who have died and continue to die as a result of abuse. Hosted by Compassionate Cup Ministries: A Voice for the Voiceless,www.compassionatecupministries.ca , Tel:526 3742 Hot chocolate afterwards in the office. Men and women welcome.

Please just turn up on the night. Non-drip, non-smoke candles provided.

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INTERDENOMINATIONAL Service of Spiritual Reconciliation and Healing

June 18, 2009

INTERDENOMINATIONAL Service of Spiritual Reconciliation and Healing at Bear River Advent Christian Church at 3.00pm on Sunday June 21st 2009. Please come out and support those who have suffered Abuse and Traumatic Grief and Loss. If you would like to participate by lighting a CANDLE OF REMEMBRANCE for someone who lost their life to abuse, […]

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