Hope Support Groups
HOPE Support Groups are communities focused on specific goals or life stages. Look for even more of our support groups to be added soon!
If you have an idea for a support group, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our next monthly HOPE Support Groups Sunday is September 19 at 12:45 pm. We will continue meeting on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Support groups that meet on 3rd Sundays are Living with Hope, Families with Hope, Hope Just4Kids, Veterans with Hope, and Survivors of Suicide Loss (group descriptions can be found below). Childcare provided.
FAMILIES WITH HOPE
For loved ones of those living with a mental illness. These groups provide an environment where you can share your burdens, glean from others’ experiences, and find strength in being with people who are on the same path.
1st Sunday of the month (starting August 1) – 5:30 to 7:00 pm – The Hills Church (led by Wendy)
LIVING WITH HOPE
For those living with some form of mental unwellness. These groups are designed to be a source of support and open dialogue. We give participants a chance to share their concerns and frustrations, ask questions, and share breakthroughs to benefit others in the group. We are not a therapy group, nor is the group designed to replace therapy or interfere with any medical treatment being received by participants.
Thursdays (weekly beginning June 3) – 8:00 to 9:00 pm – The Hills Church (led by Chris and Wendy)
1st Sunday of the month (starting August 1) – 5:30 to 7:00 pm – The Hills Church (led by Chris)
For children K-12 years who are dealing with depression, anxiety, focus issues, and social skills support.
Co-leaders Gabby and Katie will engage with your kids in a loving, supportive role. PARENTS – we invite you to attend our Families with HOPE Support Group during this time (Classroom 115)
VETERANS WITH HOPE
We provide a safe place to share experiences and life lessons with other former military servicemembers. Our goal in Veterans with HOPE is for former uniformed personnel to feel wrapped in the arms of God as they gain allies in their journey through life. We are not a therapy group, nor is the group designed to replace therapy or interfere with any medical treatment being received by participants.
Conquer Men pursue honest and authentic relationships with Jesus Christ and other believers through personal study and group support. Designed to engage men both spiritually and practically, we use an interactive curriculum that addresses the challenges of sexual integrity in profound and life-changing ways. Through this experience, sexual addiction is defeated.
1st and 3rd Sundays of the month – 1:00 p.m. – EVC (led by William – Room 113; Workbooks $30 – scholarships available)
DivorceCare meets weekly to help you face the challenges of divorce and move toward rebuilding your life. The DivorceCare curriculum lasts 13 weeks; however, each session is self-supporting. You may come into the group at any time. When the curriculum starts over, you are welcome to stay and be a part of what you missed. Registration is now OPEN / Fee: $15.00. For more information, please check out www.divorcecare.org.
Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30pm. (led by Dayna and Robin; Room 114)
Don’t try to go through the grieving process alone. GriefShare is a place where you’ll find caring people who understand the issues you face. Through video sessions and workbooks, together we will face the heartbreak of grief and support you as you go through the different stages. Registration Fee: $15.00. For more information, please check out www.griefshare.org.
Journey is for women who have experienced hurt and betrayal as a result of their spouse’s struggle with sexual integrity. Journey women will find a safe place to grieve and heal with others so they can be transformed from the inside out, no matter what choices their spouses make along the way.
1st and 3rd Sundays of the month – EVC (led by Shelby – Room 114; Workbook $20 – scholarships available)
MAKING PEACE WITH YOUR PAST
Making Peace With Your Past will help you find healing, understanding, and freedom from past experiences that are affecting your daily life. This support group is for individuals wanting to change patterns of behavior linked to family of origin issues and is not intended to replace professional Christian counseling.
Family members and/or friends are not allowed to participate together as it only results in lack of vulnerability.
SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE LOSS
You are a “survivor of suicide,” and as that unwelcomed designation implies, your survival — your emotional survival — will depend on how well you learn to cope with your tragedy. The bad news: surviving this will be the second-worst experience of your life. The good news: the worst is already over.
A 16-week curriculum-based support group for adult female survivors of childhood/adult sexual abuse or assault, domestic violence, or sex trafficking. This dynamic group provides a safe place for survivors to heal and rebuild their lives. Come start your journey of transformation.