Support groups offer hope, understanding and comfort during a difficult time or stage of life. By meeting regularly with others who are experiencing similar circumstances, you can often find a place of encouragement and support from people who care and understand.
Surviving the Holidays Seminars
One evening seminars for those grieving the loss of a loved one through death, or those experiencing the adjustment and pain of separation/divorce. These seminars are held separately. Held once a year in December.
A 13-week support group for people grieving the loss of a loved one through death. Group leaders are trained facilitators who are personally familiar with grief. Whether your experience with grief has been recent or in the past, we invite you to join us.
A 13-week support group for those experiencing the adjustment and pain of separation/divorce. This video series features Christian experts on grief and recovery topics as seen from a Biblical perspective. The video seminars are combined with support group discussion of the materials presented during the video.
Divorce Care For Kids (DC4K)
A special group for children (grades 1-6) to help them heal from the hurt of separation and divorce. During the 13 weekly sessions, kids receive biblical teaching and make friends who understand how they feel and the things they are going through because of the divorce of their parents.
For new and expectant Moms. Being at home with a small family can be isolating and it is a time when moms need each other for support. Meets Thursday mornings from 10-11:30 am (September through May.)
Men of STEEL
For men dealing with chronic illness or disability. Meets the second Thursday of each month. For more information, please contact email@example.com 403-873-5222.
A social gathering of women who are in the same season of life. An opportunity to make new friends, deepen existing friendships, and find support from others. Meets monthly.
Caregivers of Spouses with Dementia
Providing support and encouragement for those in the very challenging role of caring for a spouse who has been diagnosed with dementia/Alzheimer’s. Meets bi-monthly.