The Crucible Project Initial Weekends for Women and Men

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We’ve all lived through the most unprecedented time of our lives thus far between the pandemic, the social and political unrest, the isolation and separation from family, friends, and ministry. In the midst of so much global and personal loss and isolation, did it seem that your dreams and hopes buried themselves deep below the surface? Perhaps you felt sad. Stuck. Stalled. Hopeless. Maybe your hopes and dreams were buried well before 2020 hit, and no matter what you’ve tried to call them forth, nothing has worked. Or, what used to work isn’t cutting it anymore.

For the Women:
The Crucible Project provided me a refuge with authentic, honest, grace-filled women this year. They’ve walked alongside me, fought for me, encouraged and challenged me to face those scary, soul-deep places that need work all-the-while honoring and calling forth the beauty, the good, the strengths God has placed inside me. – Dawn Aldrich

For the Men:
My initial weekend uncovered the source of a recurring problem I had with holding boundaries in my life. With that realization and some new tools, I was finally able to start making meaningful change to how I ran my life.  I gained a group of men who see me, accept me, love me, and will call me out when I try to hide.  They see the good qualities and gifts in me—things I sometimes can’t recognize inside myself. – Terry Martin

If you’re seeking breakthrough and an honest, authentic, grace-filled community to walk alongside you and fight for you through life’s challenges, then The Crucible Project Initial Weekends are for you.  These weekends are edgy and will challenge you spiritually, emotionally and physically.  Are you up for the challenge?

Men’s Weekend April 16-18. Channel 3 Kids Camp, Andover, CT

Register Here: https://thecrucibleproject.org/crucible-weekend-for-men/

Women’s Weekend April 23-25. Channel 3 Kids Camp, Andover, CT

Register Here: https://thecrucibleproject.org/crucible-weekend-for-women/

For more information, visit https://thecrucibleproject.org or contact:

Women’s TCP NE Community Leaders: Dawn Aldrich at (d.aldrich@snet.net) or Nancy Riley (nancyrileynb@gmail.com)

Men’s TCP NE Community Leaders: Peter Aldrich (p.aldrich@snet.net) , Terry Martin, John Ivan, Brian Smith
All weekends strictly follow Covid 19 safety protocols, therefore, space is limited.

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