Recovering from Religion Fall Excursion: Embrace Your Nature

Recovering from Religion Fall Excursion: Embrace Your Nature January 29, 2019

Recovering from Religion celebrates 10th year with first-of-its-kind weekend getaway

Mars Hill, North Carolina, January 29, 2019 – Recovering from Religion announces its first-ever weekend religion recovery experience in the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina. “Embrace your Nature” will be a weekend of support, fellowship, encouragement, and learning for anyone experiencing negative effects of doubt or disbelief.

The September 20-22, 2019 event combines a retreat setting, fall weather, supportive volunteers, mental health professionals, and a schedule of workshops and speakers. The idea is to create an experience of recovery and inspiration unlike any event offered before.

In 10 years of providing hope, help, and community, RfR recognized the need for a real-time, real-space encounter for people who may be experiencing isolation, relationship fractures, judgment, and loss of social network. In addition to a 24-hour Helpline, which includes a telephone hotline and an internet chat, RfR offers local Support Groups, an Online Community, and the Secular Therapy Project.

The effects of doubting and leaving one’s faith can include impact on social, physical, relational, emotional, and psychological health. The effects can last for years, and interfere with a person’s ability to live a happy, productive life. Therapy, peer support, and a connection to community can all be helpful in the peace restoration process.

For more information, and to register, please visit RfR’s Fall Excursion page. Spaces are limited and financial subsidies are available. To contribute financially so that others may be able to attend, please select the Help Others Attend option under the Registration tab. RfR is a 100% volunteer-staffed, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; donations are tax deductible.


If you would like more information about this topic, or would like to schedule a podcast interview, please call 615.556.6224, or email info@recoveringfromreligion.org.

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