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BEHOLD YOUR CHILD
This ministry helps provide hope and healing for parents and families who have experienced a life-limiting prenatal diagnosis, miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death. Trained volunteers who have experienced such losses themselves listen and are available to those who request assistance to address a wide range of spiritual and practical needs.
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP
This twelve-week, facilitated support group, with Christ’s love, provides encouragement and support in mourning the death of your loved one. Sessions will help you to cope with the pain of your loss, encourage emotional healing, and provide support throughout your healing process.
Money is an inescapable part of life on earth from education to new homes to retirement funds. God has a plan for our finances—a plan that will ultimately lead to freedom and peace. In this series you will understand financial management, budgeting, and investing.
HOPE & HEALING AFTER DIVORCE
This twelve-week series is for the newly separated, divorced, and those still struggling with issues many years later. This ministry will help answer questions, restore hope, begin authentic healing, and encourage discovery of a deeper understanding of God’s love for you.
MARRIAGE MENTOR COUPLES
Mentor couples have the privilege to help marriage preparation couples appreciate their unique relationship, help them learn more about themselves, and discuss topics important to their life-long marriage by using their life-skills assessment.
NEW LIFE SENIOR SINGLES – AGES 60+
This popular social and spiritual support group includes singles, widowed, divorced, and separated individuals who gather for a variety of weekly fun activities, help with parish events, and hold business and social meetings. Come join us and make some new friends!
SUPPORT FOR SINGLE PARENTS
Join other single parents in this Christ-centered, spiritually supportive group. This nine-week series offers guidance to those who are trying to lead their children to God in this day and age.
Lay caregivers further the discipleship of Christ by confidentially serving others with care, compassion, and prayer. A thoroughly trained Stephen Minister provides one-to-one Christian care to those who are experiencing a personal crisis, to the bereaved, terminally ill, separated or divorced, unemployed, and others facing a crisis or life challenge.