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Oxford

Bre’s Ministry’s 3rd Annual Overdose Awareness Community Outreach

Date: 31/08/2024
Time: 04:00 pm
Location: This event will be held outside at Oxford Lake in Oxford, AL. It will be near the community center and covered bridge. There will be a pavilion designated for the event as well behind the community center.
Public/Private: Public
Individual/Organisation: Organisation
Name of Organisation: Bre’s Ministry/ Fairview Heights Northside Baptist Church
Contact: Elizabeth Walker
Phone: 2562671295
Email: bresministry@yahoo.com
Web: https://www.facebook.com/events/363949229951614/

This event is the 3rd annual event hosted by Bre’s Ministry (a ministry offered through Fairview Heights Northside Baptist Church). The ministry was orchestrated by God through the memory of a life lost too soon to the opioid crisis. Its purpose is to share the love and hope Christ brings, to raise awareness surrounding the risk of drug addiction and the fentanyl pandemic, it’s a memorial for those who have been victim to the disease (lost loved ones and their families), and it is to share resources on recovery programs and to advocate for those in need of help.

We are a non-profit organization. Everything is free. We appreciate donations but it is never pushed.

There will be a live worship band, speakers/testimonies, free food, kid zone, and resource tables with information on rehabs, mental health, and narcan.

We will also have an in memory of table set up for the loved ones and their family members who have experienced first-hand the loss and tragedy this pandemic has impacted in their lives. We will be their voice. There will be candles lite for them as we share in their memory throughout the event.

“One less overdose, one more restored and living a life of sobriety through Christ”- Bre’s Ministry

Overdose affects everyone. From grieving families to spontaneous first responders, the impacts of overdose are far-reaching and fall indiscriminately.

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