Welcome to our Inspiration and Faith Page

Are you seeking greater meaning in life? Inspiration? Or Faith?

 

Welcome to our Inspiration and Faith page where we will seek provide additional resources to those seeking these vital traits.

Community & Faith Resources


Christian Jewish Secular

This page is dedicated to providing a listing of local Judeo-Christian faith organizations, corresponding to its company owner’s faith beliefs, including most common denominations, as well as some secular non-religious groups who accommodate the many diverse segments of our community.

Our listing of inspirational organizations will continually grow and change as we invite you to provide feedback about organizations who have impacted your lives in a positive way. We hope that you find the links to these opportunities and services helpful.

Organization Website Links

Houses of Worship/Retreat Centers

St. Paul’s Parish

Hingham, MA

Church of the Resurrection

Hingham, MA

St. Christine Catholic Church

Marshfield, MA

Cursilla Retreat House

North Easton, MA

North River Community Church

Pembroke, MA

McAuley Ministries

Providence, RI

RIMA Tres Dias

Taunton, MA

Community Centers

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Rhode Island

Cranston, RI

Girls & Boys Clubs of America

Multiple Locations

MA Alliance of YMCAs

Multiple Locations

My Brother’s Keeper

Easton, MA and Dartmouth, MA

Ronald McDonald House of Providence, RI

Providence, RI

The Salvation Army

Multiple Locations

The Salvation Army- Kroc Corp Community Center

Boston, MA

Addiction & Recovery Centers/Organizations

EB Hope

East Bridgewater, MA

Herren Project

Portsmouth, RI

Inspirational Stories & Organizations

From time to time, people or organizations have truly special experiences and missions to share. We hope that our site brings light to these special stories as highlighted below. Our mission is to add more of these inspirational stories, whether they’ve touched our own organization or those around us.

My Brother’s Keeper

Our Brother’s Keeper has an extraordinarily humble beginning in which its founders Jim Orcutt and his wife, Terry co-founded the organization twenty-six years ago, serving families from the cellar of their home. Their friends and family collected soda cans for the 5-cent returnable deposit, the first fundraising effort for My Brother’s Keeper.

McAauley Ministries

McAuley Ministries provides the basic needs of food, shelter, clothing, health services, emotional support, and guidance to the most vulnerable in the community. In addition to ministering to the immediate needs of those who seek their help, McAuley Ministries advocates for changes that better serve the needs of those to whom they serve and seek to create a caring community where people can connect with one another.

Deacon Jack Sullivan

Jack Sullivan had just completed the second year of a four-year course to become a deacon – the level of Catholic ministry below priesthood – when he was struck by crippling back pain in 2000. Tests revealed the vertebrae in his lower back had turned inwards and were squeezing his spinal cord, severing the protective layer around the spine. Deacon Jack’s doctor said the case was one of the worst he had ever seen and that he was lucky not to have been paralyzed.

Herren Project

Napoli Management is pleased to partner with Herren Project to assist our employees and their families with addiction recovery support, if a need arises. This services includes treatment navigation, recovery coaching, and resources and guidance for the families. Herren Project will walk with you on your journey to recovery. Services may be requested via text, phone, or email and are available Monday-Friday 9am to 9pm.

Nicholas McWilliams

Nicholas McWilliams was a special soul. Unfortunately, Nicholas was with us for only 27 years of his young life but what he left behind will be treasured for years to come.

Nicholas McWilliams made a tremendous impact to those around him as evidenced from the more than 450 people who attended his funeral services.

Joan Kroc, Philanthropist

Jack Sullivan had just completed the second year of a four-year course to become a deacon – the level of Catholic ministry below priesthood – when he was struck by crippling back pain in 2000. Tests revealed the vertebrae in his lower back had turned inwards and were squeezing his spinal cord, severing the protective layer around the spine. Deacon Jack’s doctor said the case was one of the worst he had ever seen and that he was lucky not to have been paralyzed.

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