Healing the Wounds
of Abortion

www.rvbaltimore.org

rvbaltimore@archbalt.org

410-625-8491

"Rachel's Vineyard Baltimore reaches out to all women and men hurting emotionally and spiritually after involvement with abortion. This ministry helps heal your wounded relationships with yourself, your child and God. Extending God's compassion, unconditional love, and forgiveness, Rachel's Vineyard Baltimore offers hope and peace."

 

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If you or a friend is hurting from abortion, please contact us at
410-625-8491
Your call will be treated with complete confidentiality.

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Project Rachel Baltimore is the church's ministry which operates as a network of professional clergy, licensed counselors and volunteers all trained to provide one-on-one spiritual and psychological support for those who are suffering from the trauma of abortion.

Project Rachel Baltimore offers special Rachel's Vineyard Retreats several times a year.  Rachel's Vineyard is the world's largest ministry for healing after abortion.  For more information about Rachel's Vineyard, click here.

 

RV logoUpcoming Rachel's Vineyard Retreats:

February 20-22, 2015 (registration form)

October 16-18, 2015 (registration form)

If you are interested in attending the retreat or would like to speak with a priest or counselor, please contact us at rvbaltimore@archbalt.org or (410) 625-8491.


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"The Rachel's Vineyard Retreat experience provides a wonderful opportunity for the healing ministry of Jesus to continue in our Church.  Psychologically and spiritually, we know the deep effect that abortion has on all those involved, particularly the parents and especially the woman who has made this decision.  Christ reaches out to  all who need healing and Rachel's Vineyard is a beautiful way to extend the healing ministry of Christ to women and men who need his compassion and love.  I am grateful to the retreat team who are so willing to walk with those who seek healing and grace. What a great ministry for our Church to concretely bring the love of Jesus to His people!"  -Bishop Mitchell Rozanski, Archdiocese of Baltimore

Rachel's Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion.  Weekend retreats offer you a supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment where women and men can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing.

Rachel's Vineyard can help you find your inner voice. It can help you experience God's love and compassion on a profound level.  It creates a place where men and women can share, often for the first time, their deepest feelings about abortion.  You are allowed to dismantle troubling secrets in an environment of emotional and spiritual safety.

Rachel's Vineyard is therapy for the soul. Participants, who have been trapped in anger toward themselves or others, experience forgiveness.  Peace is found.  Lives are restored.  A sense of hope and meaning for the future is finally discovered.

Healing the pain of abortion - one weekend at a time.

Rachel's Vineyard Baltimore/Project Rachel retreats are held in Baltimore/Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

For information, call toll-free 1-877-HOPE-4-ME or visit www.rachelsvineyard.org.

For information about how to promote Project Rachel Baltimore and the healing it offers, please see the Parish Community Awareness Guide.

Project Rachel Informational Powerpoint (Please use this however it might be helpful to promote the ministry!)

Beautiful music videos expressing grief, sorrow, healing and hope:woman reaching out to Christ

  • Videos from Rachel's Vineyard, click here
  • Jamie Thietten's video of "My Chance," click here.
  • Whitney Houston's video of "I Look to You," click here.
  • The Afters' new music video, "Light up the Sky," click here.
  • Mercy Me's video, "Beautiful," click here.

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