A Place To Heal: Meet With Fellow Patients And Survivors

. March 31, 2018.
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The journey of cancer patients and survivors is unique. To help, The Victory Center hosts a Healing Service at Epworth United Methodist Church on the third Tuesday of each month from 7-8pm. Meet with other cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers in search of peace, reflection, meditation and prayer, through a blend of music, scripture reading and prayer. If you have any questions, contact Penny McCloskey, Program Director at The Victory Center.

7-8pm | Third Tuesday (Monthly)
Epworth United Methodist Church
4855 W. Central Ave., Toledo

419-531-7600 | Thevictorycenter.org

This event is free.

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