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This Sunday: a Covenant to keep its doors open

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A covenant is a promise to engage (or not) in a specific action or set of actions. Often times, many people view it as a promise to do something, usually for the greater individual or collective good.

In this spirit, the staff of Covenant Counseling and Family Resource Center are hosting an open-house event. It is taking place on Sunday, June 22nd from 4-6pm at their Snellville-based offices.

"It is a great place to serve; our event (this Sunday) is a good way to learn more about the services we provide and how the community can be a part of what we are doing", notes Ms. Jaye Peabody (the executive director).

The center provides a wide-range of services including counseling (individual and couples counseling, group therapy, and general counseling), teaching programs (clinical and pastoral education), along with other interrelated workshops. Combined with their expanding services for young people and children (including camp-related activities), the staff is sincerely committed to working with multiple segments of the community.

Sunday's business-casual themed event provides individuals (along with a guest) an overview of the aforementioned, along with support and sponsorship opportunities for the immediate and surrounding community. With their gradual expansion, those in attendance are able to learn of their plans for expansion of services. In-kind and financial support for their technology and recreational planning, along with volunteer opportunities for their board, are among the items covered for their open-house.

Interested parties are encouraged to contact the center at 770-985-0837, or by email at Those who are interested in attending are encouraged to register online, as a few spaces are still available (you may register by clicking here).

Serving the community is central to Covenant Counseling and Family Resource Center's larger mission of serving as many possible in empowering its clients in building relationships, but more importantly, relationships that heal. This Sunday is a reminder and affirmation of the promise to those in their servicing area. It is also a reminder to the general public to take a look at an opportunity to assist them so they can continue to assist others.

Promises to keep, and a promise to serve.