St. Peter's Episcopal Church held a service on Jan. 29 to remember and honor lives of loved ones lost to alcoholism and drug overdoses. "It's so great to see so many of you here today and coming together as a community," said Rev. Scott Ciosek as he began his sermon. In October, the church at 351 Elm Street held a service for anyone struggling with addiction which brought about 40 people together, Ciosek said, but Sunday's service was held on the Addiction Policy Forum's National Day of Remembrance and focused on healing and the grieving process.
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