past events

Recovery Month Recognized September 2019

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Freedom joined forces with other organizations, ministries, and the Mayor's office in Sulphur with commitment to not only recognize September as National Recovery month, but to join forces for the same cause and come together in unity.  A beautiful sight!

Work Days (Feb, May, July, Sept)

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Freedom Ministry invited everyone who had an interest or wanted to serve in our Freedom Garden to come for these work  days to work in the back yard of the Freedom House.  Over the last year we came together to prepare the ground, plant, harvest, and more.  We were awarded a grant this past year our community garden.  It continues to thrive.

Back to School Party (7/27/19)

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Saturday July 27th Freedom337 teamed up with Vineyard Moss Bluff,  First Baptist Gillis, and Hugs for Haircuts for a Back to School Party.  Free backpacks, school supplies, and uniforms we given to each child that came.   Haircuts were provided free of charge to all, including any adults.  It was completely free.  We ate together, played games, face paint, and so much more.  

Fathers Day Cookout (6/16/19)

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Freedom hosted our annual Father's Day cookout at  Holbrook Park.  We feasted on plenty of barbecue ribs and all the fixin's.  It was our biggest turnout yet.  Everyone was invited to come to the park, say hello, eat some ribs, fix a to go plate for dad, fish and enjoy the park.  We swam, ate, played games and had a wonderful time.

Freedom Night (3/15/19)

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4th Annual Freedom Night is our big event! Doors open at 6pm. It is a great time to connect and meet people doing community based ministry in this area. Several churches  and organizations will be present and represented. There is a meal provided, booths to gather information, and then a powerful time of worship and ministry! Wear your green and come join us!  

Community Intervention Conference (11/10/18)

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Freedom joined forces with others in the community and local church to discuss and combat the opiod crisis.  Freedom Pastor Sean Barron, among other leaders, sat on the panel in an open forum to discuss the issues and answer questions prevalent to the mission of a sober society.