Women-led Businesses & locally owned small businesses will line the sidewalks of Downtown Russell. There will be individual door prizes and a Mega Party Giveaway with shops, restaurants and food trucks also participating in specials!
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On Saturday, May 21, 2022, South Ashland UMC and thousands of others around the globe will unite through the world’s largest 6K for clean water, World Vision’s annual Global 6K for Water. People will walk, run, or roll 6 kilometers to provide clean water and hygiene to those in the developing world who are vulnerable to disease and death related to unsafe water. Six kilometers is the average distance a woman or child in the developing world walks for water daily. Sign-up and participation is easy! Every registration fee ($50/adult, $25/youth) will provide life-changing clean water and hygiene to one person. You can join our event or exercise social distancing by walking or running as an individual or family from your home or neighborhood. When you register, World Vision will send you a Global 6K for Water t-shirt, a finisher’s medal, and a race bib with a photo of the
InsideOut want to see students empowered, knowing God’s word and living a life of worship, in a community of students pursuing Jesus. Pastor Matt and Tiffany truly believe that God has a purpose for each student to influence culture to advance the Kingdom! “When students know their purpose and value, they know God.” They are believing to see families, schools, and communities changed. Come prepared for a good word and a powerful move of God. This Is a Powerful High School and Middle School Youth Group prepared to change the world for the Kingdom of God
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-Centered 12 step program that provides people the resources and relationships to help recover from life's hurts, hang-ups, and habits. This is a program for anyone struggling with past or current dysfunctions or compulsions (Co-dependency, marital issues, family dysfunction, substance abuse, gambling, pornography, and many more), whether they are affecting your own life or the lives around you.
River Cities Community Church is pleased to begin offering REFIT again! REFIT is a fitness class for women of all ages and fitness levels. Andrea Smith will lead the group every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 - 7 PM, beginning June 1st. The class is FREE! Park at the back of the church and use the RED door entrance. Andrea likes to say that everybody and EVERY BODY is welcome at REFIT. You can learn more about REFIT at www.refitrev.com or follow @REFITwithAndrea on Facebook.
A support group for those dealing with the loss of a loved one. The sessions involve watching a video of grief counselors and those who have experienced grief, a discussion time, and a workbook to help you process your grief. You may start at any time. There is a $20 fee to cover expenses but scholarships are available.
It hurts to lose someone you care about, but you don't have to go through the grieving process alone. GriefShare is a support group that meets weekly and offers help and encouragement during your difficult journey. You'll find it to be a warm, caring environment led by Jo Ghiz, a retired Hospice nurse and widow who has experienced personal grief and can empathize with how you feel because she has suffered loss too. You may be grieving the death of a child, spouse, sibling, parent, or another loved one. You may be grieving the loss of "how it used to be." Jo wants God to use her story for His glory, and that may include helping you move toward healing and hope for the future.
Celebration Recovery is a Biblically based, Christ centered, balanced program to help people recover from the hurts, hang-ups and habits that happen as we travel this life. Not designed only for those with substance use disorder, Celebrate Recovery is the place to be if the baggage of life is weighing you down. We need each other. Fellowship and accountability are two important components of spiritual growth. You will find both in this place. Light dinner at 6:15 for those participating, large group starts at 7:00. Child care is available for people attending groups.