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BREAKING THE SILENCE: A WALK FOR HOPE

Sunday, October 9 // 6:15pm - 7:45pm

"A Walk for Hope" is a candlelit vigil to remember victims of domestic violence, and raise awareness in the Plymouth community.

Our guest speaker is Tanya Fure. She will share her sister's story, whose life was taken last February in the intersection of Rockford Road and NW Blvd, just down the street from Mount Olivet.

As part of the vigil, we will walk to the intersection to lay a wreath in memory of Trisha, and read aloud the names of all the domestic violence victims in our community.

 

Music and gathering

6:15pm: The vigil will start with a candlelit, interdenominational gathering in Mount Olivet's worship center. There will be prayer, song, and a blessing. All are welcome to attend.

TANYA'S Story

6:30pm: Tanya Fure will share her sister's story, who was murdered at the intersection of Rockford and NW Blvd in February. Since February, Tanya has been working to raise awareness in Trisha's memory, in hopes of inspiring others to become survivors instead of victims.

 

Walk for HOpe

6:35pm: Depart Mount Olivet for a walking, candlelit vigil to Rockford and NW Blvd. We will lay a wreath in memory of Trish, and remember all victims of domestic violence in our community along the way.

HEALING Service

7:35pm: Return to Mount Olivet for words of hope from Tanya. The vigil will close in a healing service, where attendees will be invited forward to receive the sign of the cross in healing ointment.

 

location

 

Mount Olivet Lutheran Church of Plymouth
12235 Old Rockford Road
Plymouth, MN 55441

763-559-2775

Located between 494 and 169 on Old Rockford Road.

From 494 head east on Rockford Road (Cty Rd 9) and turn right at the Larch Ln stoplight.

From 169 head west on Rockford Road (Cty Rd 9) and turn left at the Larch Ln stoplight.

Take your first right onto Old Rockford Road from Larch Ln. Mount Olivet will be on your left.
 

Breaking the Silence is a violence awareness and prevention series at Mount Olivet started in 2013.

The very first vigil was held at Saint Joseph the Worker in partnership with their Domestic Violence Awareness and Action team, and has continued yearly at Mount Olivet. Breaking the Silence holds events in the spring that in the past have shed awareness on teen dating violence, sex trafficking, and gender stereotypes.