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Veteran’s Day Community Service: Supporting the Foothills Homeless Veteran’s Stand Down

Hosted by Church of the Master United Church of Christ and Exodus Missionary Outreach Church Wednesday November 9, 2011, 7:00pm Exodus Missionary Outreach Church, 1763 Highland Ave. NE, Hickory, N.C. 28601 A joint service celebrating Veterans Day, and supporting the upcoming Foothills Homeless Veteran’s Stand Down will be hosted by Church of the Master United Church of Christ …

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Veteran’s Anonymous Now Meeting Every Wednesday at Grace House!

Veteran’s Anonymous, Every Wednesday, 1:30pm, Grace House, www.gracechurchnc.org, 600 Highland Ave. SE, Hickory NC 28602 Are you a veteran, or do you know a veteran who would like to fellowship and talk for extra support? Exodus Homes’ Certified Peer Support Specialist Rev. Aaron Wells is a veteran, and is the facilitator for this new group that meets every Wednesday from 1:30pm – 2:30pm at Grace House, the …

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First Baptist Church of Hickory Gives Exodus Homes a Bus!

Butch Pitts of First Baptist Church of Hickory is seen giving the keys to a 1995 14 seat diesel GMC bus to Rev. Reggie Longcrier, Executive Director of Exodus Homes, a faith-based Catawba County United Way partner agency.  Jerry Ratliff, Exodus Homes Director of Operations was also there to receive the donation. Ratliff coordinates the transportation services of Exodus Homes, …

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Exodus Homes and Lenoir-Rhyne University Bring Gospel Play to Hickory!

“Pieces of A Dream” Saturday August 27, 2011,  6:00pm,  Lenoir-Rhyne University, PE Monroe Auditorium  625 7th Ave. NE, Hickory, NC 28601 For more information, contact Rev. Susan Smith revsusansmith@gmail.com or 828-962-8196.   Exodus Homes in partnership with Lenoir-Rhyne University Lineberger Center for Cultural and Education Renewal is bringing a gospel play, “Pieces of a Dream”, to the PE Monroe Auditorium on August 27, …

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Fund Raiser – Help Exodus Homes Serve More Homeless Veterans!

Thursday July 28, 2011, Crescent Moon Cafe, www.crescentmooncafenc.com 4:00pm – 6:00pm 256 1st Ave, NW, Hickory, NC 28601   For more information, contact:  Paul Byrd of Tar Heel Wealth Management, pbyrd@tarheelwm.com or 828-327-3959 It is well known that many veterans are struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues as a result of the trauma they have experienced serving our country. Many …

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College of Faith Unity Day Invocation

Seen left to right are Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman, Pastor of Clinton Tabernacle AME Zion Church; Mick Berry, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; Minister Duane Muhammad, Muhammad Study Group; Dennis Jones, President of Temple Beth Shalom; Rev. Tom Sanford; Rev. Susan Smith, Associate Pastor Exodus Missionary Outreach Church; …

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Exodus Book Signing Was A Blast!

Rev. Reggie Longcrier is seen talking with Stine Isenhower at the Exodus Memorial Day Blast and Book Signing that occurred on May 28, 2011 at Exodus Missionary Outreach Church in Hickory. Isenhower is a former Catawba County Commissioner, former Catawba Correctional Center Volunteer of the Year, and current member of the Catawba Correctional Center Community …

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Rev. Reggie Longcrier Signs New Book at Memorial Day Blast Event

Exodus Homes is hosting a free, family-centered Memorial Day Blast and Book Signing at Exodus Missionary Outreach Church, 1763 Highland Ave NE in Hickory N.C. on May 28, 2011 from 4:00pm – 7:00pm to celebrate his new book “From Disgrace to Dignity”, and thank Anna Griffis for her recent run in the 2011 Boston Marathon …

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Anna Griffis Ran for Recovery in Boston Marathon

Last year Anna Griffis came to the 2010 Exodus Homes Running for Recovery celebration to congratulate Angela Hamilton for her success running the Boston Marathon and raising $25,000 for the faith-based United Way agency. She didn’t know then that she would be the one to cross the finish line in the 2011 Boston Marathon Running …

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Former Hickory Resident Runs Boston Marathon to Support Exodus Homes

Read a letter from this year’s Running for Recovery participant, Anna Griffis! Last year Angela Hamilton of Hickory ran the Boston Marathon in honor of her teenage son Nolan’s recovery from drug addiction, and to raise funds for Exodus Homes. In her struggle to understand her son’s problem she had learned about the faith-based United …

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