CATCH Court lunches for survivors of human trafficking

Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 11:00am

Human Trafficking - CATCH Court (Changing Actions to Change Habits)
Dec. 7, Jan. 4, Feb. 1, (1st Thur./Month), 11am, we take lunch
If you have never been to Judge Paul Herbert’s courtroom to listen to these survivors of human trafficking, you’ve missed some amazing church. The truth-telling, accountability, confession and forgiveness, the turn away from shame, lavish abundance of grace and steadfast love — all these will take your breath away. Contact Katie Kinnison or Nancy Davidson.
• A Ministry in the Human Trafficking Fight
Some of the women arrested in Franklin County for prostitution are not yet ready to become part of CATCH Court. It may be their addiction, their fear of their pimp, or some other reason that makes it hard for them to take such a drastic step and break free.
When these women are released from jail, they have nothing and no real support. We make toiletry kits for them, assembled by our middle school youth, complete with notes of encouragement. Five to eight bags are needed each month at about $15 each. You may donate to help the cause or contact Katie Kinnison for more information. Checks should be made out to Covenant with HT BAGS in the memo line.




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