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Heal from religious hurt, disappointment, and abuse.
• What we'll do Learn how to heal from religious hurt, disappointment, and abuse. This workshop will provide the tools you need to release negative religious experiences and allow you to find a religious/spiritual path that meets your needs. Although this is a serious subject, we encourage laughter as part of the healing process. You will not be told what to believe or where you have to worship. In fact, we also honor the atheist and agnostic journey. Our workshops create safe places for people from all religious backgrounds including world religions. It is not our goal to fix, set one another straight, or save anyone. We welcome shy souls, and participation is by invitation only. You may come and choose not to say a word, but just listen and observe, and we honor that decision. You may also come incognito to the meeting and use a pen name. We understand the need for total anonymity, so leave your religion at the door, and we will talk about religious abuse without bashing religion or the religious. Group size is limited to 30 people. Reserve your spot by sending an email indicating you want to attend to [masked]. The first ten people to sign up will receive a free copy of “Every Path Leads Home” but you must be present. • What to bring We encourage you to bring an open mind and a snack to share, but the snack is not required to attend. We will provide drinks for the thirsty soul. • Important to know We encourage an open, honest discussion.

Village of Arlington Heights

601 Elliott Ave · Cincinnati, OH

Respond by: 9/22/2018

What we're about

Religious Recovery is for those interested in healing from religious hurts, disappointments, or abuses. Religious Recovery encourages its members to take control of their own spiritual path. Our gatherings entail 12-step style meetings that are tailored to the needs of those hurt by religion or the religious. Spiritual healing and growth are accomplished in a safe, judgment-free, loving, caring, and trusting environment. No dues or fees, but contributions are accepted but never required. We are a self-help, nonprofessional organization and our goal is to help heal, recover, and explore the path that works for the individual. We are not a religion and we are not affiliated with any religion.

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