2017 Fall Tree Planting Event Oct. 14th

October 14, 8:30 am
Viking Hills Park south of east circle drive, east of north
Broadway, behind Chateau Theatre

200 trees will be planted
Map of 221 vacant tree planting spaces
   112 large stature trees
   58 medium stature trees
   31 small stature trees

Meeting spot – Viking Hills Park, 3969 Whiting Lane NE (use this
  o Parking – street parking

MN Adult & Teen Challenge and Rochester Area Father Network
   Clients are on board and going to help

RneighborWoods Tree Planting Saturday April 29th

Spring Community Tree Planting

RAFN Team, Fathers, and kids along with MN Teen Challenge men are joining forces with Rneighbors to plant trees and make a lasting difference in Rochester.

250 - 300 Trees
Saturday, April 29
8:30 am volunteer arrival - Completion (Leader arrival ~8:15)
Quarry Hill Park neighborhood

Meet at Quarry Hill Park West (is not the Nature Center entrance)

For more information: http://www.rneighbors.org/?p=10382

Next Chapter Ministries' upcoming Annual Restoration Celebration


Hello Friends,

Please join Next Chapter Ministries as we host our Annual Restoration Celebration on March 17th at the Rochester Event Center. This year's event will be celebrated with Betsy Singer and KAAL hosting their show live from our event. There will be a silent auction and many other neat attractions.

To host a table or to reserve individual tickets please purchase them on our website at Nextchapterrochester.org

Also if you have more questions or are unable to attend but would like to give a donation please feel free to contact me. Every donation is greatly appreciated.

Thanks for all your support.



Break the cycle.

Break the cycle, is a panel discussion about ACE's (Adverse Childhood Experiences) on Friday March 24, 2017. The event will be about breaking up the generational effects of not having a father, or having a father who is dealing with substance abuse issues.  

Breaking the Cycle: Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) 

What is ACEs and what are the 10types of childhood trauma identified in the ACEs study? Learn what ACEs means to fathers and their children and how we can counteract the impact of ACEs and build resilience.  Join us for this informative panel presentation on the impact of ACEs and what can be done to break the cycle and create positive futures for our children. It starts with us!

Fathers and experts on the subject will hold a panel discussion.

Breaking the Cycle: Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) 

Friday March 24th, 2017 @ 1-3:00 pm, FREE Lunch provided beforehand by Dominion, 

Minnesota Teen Challenge, 1530 Assisi Heights Dr., Rochester, MN  55901

All are welcome!


For more information visit and to reserve free tickets: 




1530 Assissi Heights Dr

Rochester, MN  55901

United States

The event will be held at Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge Rochester (MNTC) 1-3pm. Our guest speaker/moderator will be Dr. Steve Lansing, CEO and Clinical Director of EmPower Comprehensive Treatment Center - Rochester.