“Saved By Grace: Rescued from Humiliation”
November 8th, 2011
7:15a – 9a
Italian Heritage Center
Becky McGilp is a Women’s Advocate at Family Crisis Services, the domestic violence agency for Cumberland and Sagadahoc counties. She lives in Yarmouth with her husband of 21 years, John. They have two adult sons.
She works in Lois G. Reckitt Shelter in Portland, which provides emergency shelter for women and children who are homeless or at risk for being homeless due to domestic violence. She is also working on Family Crisis’ Faith Initiative, which is meant to raise awareness of domestic violence and its victims within the Faith Community and our local churches. Becky has also participated in their “More Than A Rap Sheet” project, a program to bring light to incarcerated women’s issues, especially around domestic violence.
Becky is a partner at White Pine Community Church in Cumberland, where she is active in small groups and is a member of the tech team for worship. She enjoys quilting, knitting, walking, singing and serving others.
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