Samaritan Ministry: St. Mark’s Supports Returning Citizens

Let us know ASAP if you want to come support the work of Samaritan Ministry's "Next Steps" program. A few seats still available

In 1986 St. Mark’s and 11 other Episcopal churches established Samaritan Ministry, and we have helped it grow through the years. Now with more than 50 church partners and six offices across the metro area, the Ministry helps hundreds of returning citizens and others achieve their goals in training, jobs, housing, and health care by taking “Next Steps” with the support of counselors and volunteers.

On March 22, come to the “Next Step Breakfast to celebrate and continue this success. A continental breakfast will be followed by a one-hour program from 8 to 9 am. Hosted by Washington Post columnist Colbert King, the program will feature testimonials from individuals whose lives have been transformed by participating in the Next Step process or serving as a volunteer.

When: Wednesday, March 22, 7:30-9 am
Where: National Press Club, 14th & F Streets NW
St. Mark’s tables at the event: We still have some seats available, so if you’d like to join us at the National Press Club, please contact Mary Neznek at maryneznek[at]verizon.net or Peter Hawley at phawleydc[at]gmail.com right away.

If you can’t get to the Press Club, you can watch the event on YouTube or Facebook. For information on that option, visit www.samaritanministry.org/nsb23.

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