Strength for the Journey Retreat 2019

by | Oct 10, 2018 | Not In USe, West District Newsletter

Creating a respite from the challenges that come from an HIV diagnosis, the HIV Caring Ministries is pleased to host the annual Strength For The Journey retreat for those infected by HIV/AIDS and their caregivers. The event takes place at the Mingus Mountain Camp & Retreat Center in Prescott and provides opportunities to grow and develop caring relationships in a safe, loving, and caring environment.

Scholarship Information

The HIV Caring Ministries is seeking scholarship funds to ensure that campers are not limited by finances to attend the retreat. If you’d like to sponsor a camper or give any amount towards the scholarship fund, please use the online donation form (which accepts both credit and debit cards) or the downloadable (PDF) scholarship/donation form linked below. The form is available below as a PDF download so that you can join us in seeking support from other organizations and businesses.

SFTJ Retreat Brochure PDF

Scholarship Donation Form PDF

Scholarship Fund

Use this form to make a donation to the general scholarship fund.

Sponsor A Friend

Use this form to make a partial or full registration payment on behalf of a specific person.

SFTJ Registration is open!

Registration is now open for the May 16-19, 2019 event. To find out more or to register, click on the green button below. Connect with others from Strength for the Journey on Facebook visit https://www.facebook.com/SFTJAZ. Questions about registration or scholarships can be sent to HIVministries@dscumc.org or Linda Girard at (520) 797-8803.

Event Info & Registration

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Author: Connectional Ministries

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