Join Us for the 53rd anniversary of the dunbar group - June 21, 2017
The Dunbar Group at Wolfe Street is celebrating it's 53rd anniversary with an open luncheon on Wednesday, June 21. Lunch is compliments of Dunbar. Carolyn H will speak at noon.
Awareness & Prevention Concert - June 17, 2017
Sponsored by South City Church, Serenity Vapes, and Fuller & Son, this awareness concert features the Christian Rock Band 'Changed' and is open to the public.
Time: 5:30 to 9 pm
Where: South City Church, 10710-I30, Little Rock 72209
2017 Recovery Enrichment Workshop - June 24, 2017
Oasis Renewal Center will host an upcoming event from 8:30 am until 2:30 pm entitled "Recovery as a Living Process." Co-sponsored with Hazelden Betty Ford clinic, this event is a designed to explore the challenges recovering people face that can be helped by a deeper application of the 12 steps in their lives. Roger B; a renewal specialist at the Anderson Renewal Center in Center City, Minnesota, will host the workshop designed to look more deeply at inventory-taking, prayer and the principles of the 12 steps in daily decision-making.
Time: 8:30 am (breakfast) to 2:30 pm
Where: Oasis Renewal Center, 14913 Cooper Orbit Road, Little Rock, 72223
Fee: $10 (includes continental breakfast and lunch)
RSVP: Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Space is limited!
12 STEP EUCHARIST PROGRAM - May 24, 2017
The weekday Eucharist on Wednesday, May 24th at 5:30 pm at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church chapel will incorporate the 12 steps and a healing service in the liturgy. The liturgy has been prepared by the Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church. It is a teaching liturgy showing us how the spirituality of the 12 steps is part of the liturgy of the Eucharist. For people in recovery, this service may be important to see how each of the 12 steps is present in the liturgy of the word and the table. For those not in involved in 12-step recovery, the service will be an introduction to the spirituality of the 12-step programs. Our experience is that every member of our parish would benefit from the principles of the 12 step programs. We invite all to attend and especially any of St. Mark’s congregations who are involved in 12 step recovery as well as those not St. Mark’s members in 12-step recovery.
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
1000 North Mississippi
Little Rock, 72207
Community Partnership festival - May 19 - 21, 2017
Wolfe Street is proud to be chosen as one of seven community partners to serve thousands of meals at this year's International Greek Food Festival planned for May 19 - 21, 2017. This event is held annually in Little Rock at the Greek Orthodox Church outdoor campus at 1100 Napa Valley Drive. We are calling over 100 'Friends of Wolfe Street' volunteers to help us work eight shifts throughout the weekend. Our responsibilities include manning the Jerusalem Café, Pastitsio and Greek Chicken booths.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to participate in this 30-year long community tradition. We are in great need of Friday shift leaders to marshal teams for both sessions. All current openings are listed below. Thank you in advance to our volunteers and to the Greek Orthodox Church for allowing us to join in on the fun!
May 19: 10:30 - 2 pm & 2 - 5:30 pm
May 20: 10:30 - 2 pm, 2 - 5:30 pm & 5:30 - 9 pm
May 21: 10:30 - 2 pm & 2 - 5:30 pm
Workshop - April 27, 2017
The Dis-Ease of Codependency
We had a great turnout for "The Dis-Ease of Codependency led by Bradford Health’s Jeremy Rakes, MSW, focusing on the disease of co-dependency affecting patients suffering from substance abuse disorder and their families.
We have added Jeremy's PowerPoint from the session and hope to add the audio soon.
What to expect? The symptoms of co-dependency - the analogy of the alarm clock that families continue to silence, and a discussion of enabling, dysfunction, and helping will be discussed.
Rakes, a recovering addict himself and an Interventionist at Bradford Health Services in Alabama, said in a recent workshop in Tennessee that living with an addict, “is like living with an emotional terrorist.” Source: Crossville Chronicle