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MARY'S House

MARY'S House (Ministry Alliance for Regaining Your Safety) is an emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence in Pickens County, South Carolina.

MARY'S House held a prayer vigil at Easley City Hall the evening of October 26, 2017 to bring awareness to domestic violence and to remember victims and their families. Click here to view photos and to read The Christian View magazine's in-depth article.

A memorial announcement was made on Saturday, August 5, 2017 that Motor Racing Outreach Association (MRO), drivers, and friends of Greenville-Pickens Speedway are sponsoring a room at MARY'S House in memory of five-year-old Harper Edens and nine-year-old Hayden King. The two Easley children died of gunshot wounds to the head in their car outside the Speedway this summer, as victims of domestic violence. Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark and MARY'S house Director Kristina Smith spoke during the announcement at the Speedway. Greenville-Pickens Speedway Chaplain Dale Tyre gave an invocation, and driver Tasha Porter Kummer sang The National Anthem before the start of the race. Click here to read The Christian View magazine's article and to view all of the photos from the event.

A fundraiser for MARY'S House was held on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at Mount Carmel Baptist Church, featuring a classic car show, music by the Sweet Potato Pie Kids and the Accidental String Band, food, and more. Read The Christian View magazine's article on the fundraiser and view more than 40 photos inside.

MARY'S House held a candlelight prayer vigil outside the Pickens County Courthouse the evening of Thursday, October 6, 2016 in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Click here to view photographs and to read The Christian View magazine's in-depth article.

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