Religion. While at MDIU, there will not be any scheduled religious services. Inmates may request visits by pastoral staff by sending an OSR to the Religious Activity Center (RAC). Library services will be provided on a designated day and time. This will vary. Each inmate may check out three (3) books. Book can only be retained for two weeks and can be renewed once for an additional two weeks. Books must be returned to the librarian at library call. Failure to do so may result in a disciplinary infraction and you will be charged a daily fee for each overdue book or if missing the cost of the book(s). You may not pass or exchange the book to another offender. When you move out of MDIU and are in retention of a library book, you must turn the book in to unit staff and leave it at MDIU. Failing to do so will result in an infraction and reimbursement will be pursued. The libraries will provide inmates access to the courts as outlined in MSP 3.3.2. You can request this service by sending an OSR to the library or seeking instruction from the librarian at library call. Library staff will make photocopies of authorized documents as outlined in policy 5.3.2. You can request this service by sending an OSR to the library or seeking instruction from the librarian at library call. Inmates may send kites to the Montana State Prison Librarian for legal forms, law books, etc. If an inmate has no money on his account and has not received any in the past 30 days, MDIU will provide him with writing materials and postage on a limited basis, to write to his attorney for current active and verifiable legal cases. Notary service is available to inmates through the assigned housing unit Case Manager. “Inmates may only acquire, store, and dispose of personal property items during their incarceration as outlined in MSP Policy 4.1.3 – Inmate Personal Property” Personal Property is limited and only the items allowed per the canteen sheet approved for MDIU is allowed. No inmate will possess or display any sexual explicit materials. Inmates are not allowed to possess more than (15) magazines, newspapers, catalogs, books, etc. combined. State issued items, canteen purchases, library books, newspapers, magazines, religious items, legal materials, personal photos and mail will be the only items allowed in the cells. ITEMS MAY NOT BE PASSED FROM INMATE TO INMATE AT ANYTIME.
Religion. The Provider shall not engage in any religious programming, including, but not limited to, the leading of prayers or other religious rituals, in carrying out its duties as set forth in this Agreement. The display of religious symbols which are incidental to the Site are permitted, provided; that such symbols are not used as part of programming provided under this Agreement. District reserves the right to require Provider to cover any religious symbol. District decisions concerning this paragraph shall be final.
Religion. Parent category that contains the categories: • Non-Traditional Religions and Occult and Folklore - Sites that provide information about or promote religions not specified in Traditional Religions or other unconventional, cultic, or folkloric beliefs and practices. • Traditional Religions - Sites that provide information about or promote Bahai, Buddhism, Christian Science, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Mormonism, Shinto, and Sikhism, as well as atheism. Shopping Sites that support the online purchase of consumer goods and services except: sexual materials, lingerie, swimwear, investments, medications, educational materials, computer software or hardware, alcohol, tobacco, travel, vehicles and parts, weapons. • Internet Auctions - Sites that support the offering and purchasing of goods between individuals. • Real Estate - Sites that provide information about renting, buying, selling, or financing residential real estate. Parent category that contains the categories: • Professional and Worker Organizations - Sites sponsored by or that support or offer information about organizations devoted to professional advancement or workers' interests. • Service and Philanthropic Organizations - Sites sponsored by or that support or offer information about organizations devoted to doing good as their primary activity. • Social and Affiliation Organizations - Sites sponsored by or that support or offer information about organizations devoted chiefly to socializing or common interests other than philanthropy or professional advancement.
Religion. CSC will employ a full-time certified chaplain to develop and conduct a comprehensive religious program with representation from a variety of denominations and faiths. The program will be open to all Inmates who wish to participate and no preference will be given to the activity of any one denomination, sect or faith over another. CSC undertakes to seek participation of local churches and nonprofit organizations near the Facility. These religious and rehabilitative programs will be instituted and continuously encouraged by CSC that will allow the local community to have a sense of mission to meet the inmates' religious needs. It is understood and recognized that improving and changing lives is the focus of these cooperative programs. CSC will be actively involved in the support and utilization of local applications and broader nationally recognized programs of similar application.
Religion. (Individual Philosophy) - To encourage the development of a personal moral system and a respect for each individual’s religious belief.
Religion. We are a Christian Daycare. We teach Christian principles and concepts. We celebrate Christmas as Jesus Birthday, Easter as Christ’s Resurrection, do unto others as you would have them do to you, we pray before our meals, and we read Bible stories. We respect the rights of each individual and their Religion. To provide a licensed daycare facility that meets the requirements of the Washington state laws. To provide a home-like atmosphere that supports the physical, social and emotional needs of the children in our care. To provide nutritious meals and snacks. To provide daily, as required by law, naps and/or quiet rest periods, for children 5 years of age and under. To furnish toys, games, books, etc. that stimulate the growth and development of the children in our care. To partake in classes, workshops, conferences, etc., in order to further our knowledge in any area of child care. To provide a loving “HOME” environment for the children in our care, so that they will be happy, healthy children. To return a copy of the signed contract to you for your records after the trial period. In order to protect ourselves, THE PROVIDER, in the event that any child comes in to our care which we feel may have been battered, beaten, or otherwise neglected or abused, we are REQUIRED by Washington State law to immediately report such a suspicion to Child Protection Services (CPS).
Religion. Any unit member who is a member of a religious body whose traditional tenets or teachings include objections to joining or financially supporting employee organizations shall not be required to join or financially support VTA/CTA/NEA as a condition of employment. Such unit member shall pay a sum equal to the VTA/CTA/NEA yearly dues, to the VTA Scholarship Fund, United Way or the American Red Cross. Payment may be made by payroll deduction or may be made in full not later than thirty (30) duty days after date of hire.