|A Note to the Parish:
I would like to apologize for interrupting communion Sunday when a vertigo attack left me helpless! I am indebted to my friend Tom Folwkes for the immediate medical attention and to Trammell Wells, Lee Dean and Kirk Lovejoy for getting me out of church! It was not an exit this little actress would have chosen! Grateful for all the love and support from my church family.
Family Crisis Services of Northwest Mississippi is a non-profit agency founded in 1992. We serve 10 counties: Lafayette, Coahoma, Desoto, Marshall, Panola, Quitman, Tate, Tallahatchie, Tunica, and Yalobusha. We are a comprehensive victim service organization providing advocacy services to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, homicide, and any other inner personal violence. Family Crisis Services is an accredited Children’s Advocacy Center. We strive to reduce trauma of violence by providing immediate and long-term support to survivors, and primary prevention to the community by providing the following: 24- hour crisis hotline, on-site counseling, forensic interviewing, prevention education, and community wide awareness events. All services are free of charge.Our volunteer program is critical in providing additional victim centered services by dedicated community members supporting our staff. The volunteer program consists of in-class instruction that trains our volunteers in a variety of areas. Once trained, the volunteers assist in: handling the crisis hotline; assist with community prevention awareness events; assist with fundraising events; provides referrals of service; court accompaniment for victims; advocacy; child supervision; and administrative duties. If interested, please contact Liz Lytle at email@example.com.
Diocesan Scholarship Applications Now Being Accepted
Applications will be accepted through March 1 for the various scholarships which benefit college or university students, provided through the Diocese and St. Andrew’s Cathedral. For many years, the diocese has offered scholarships to deserving and needy students and sees as an important ministry and mission opportunity the ability to assist in the furthering of students’ educational pursuits and formation. Descriptions of the various scholarships—Adams, Capers, Okolona, Misticos and Warren—as well as applications for each can be accessed at: http://www.dioms.org/Scholarships/index.html
Pertinent transcripts and a high-resolution headshot photo should accompany each application. March 1 is a hard deadline; applications and supporting materials will not be accepted after 5:00 p.m. that day.