Services

"Beloved ones, God has called us to live a life of freedom in the Holy Spirit. But don’t view this wonderful freedom as an opportunity to set up a base of operations in the natural realm. Freedom means that we become so completely free of self-indulgence that we become servants of one another, expressing love in all we do."
Galatians 5:13

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Sober Living Homes

The Table of the Saints recognizes that finding housing is essential for the success of people transitioning back to their communities after being incarcerated. It is absolutely necessary to find  housing that is both affordable AND conducive to the goals and positive life changes one going through reentry wants to make. The Family House and the Kelly House offer safe, drug and alcohol free spaces for men who are looking to positively change their lives for the long term. Click here to learn more. 

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Mental Health Counseling

Residents of the sober living homes work one on one with Dr. Sharon McMurray, who received her PhD in behavioral studies. Through weekly or monthly meetings, Sharon talks to and counsels residents, assisting them in creating goals and plans of action to get where they want to be in life.

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Teaching Life Skills

Residents of the sober living homes work one on one with Dr. McMurray to develop life skills and become more equipped to lead healthy and successful lives. From doing laundry, to learning more effective communication skills, each person receives personalized assistance in the areas they need help with.

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Weekly Bible Study

Every Thursday, we host virtual bible studies via Zoom. Email director@tableofthesaints.org if you are interested in joining or have any questions.

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Community Conversations

Each month, the Table of the Saints hosts an event, either "Let's Talk About It" or "Don't Talk at the Table." During these events, various topics are presented about and discussed. We want to educate our community and create safe places for real conversations about important social issues.