These are groups for those who have identified specific needs and want to work on them within a group setting. The groups are a place for open, honest and supportive interaction with others dealing with the same issues.
For questions about any of these support groups, please contact Carole Taylor.
Voice Outside the Wall
Last Monday of the month | 6:30pm | Valley Christian Center (Southview room)
This group is designed to strengthen, rebuild, and empower families that have been devastated buy the incarceration of a loved one. It provides support to maintain connections with the incarcerated family member, opportunities to network, and to share experience, concerns and successes. For more information or to meet at a meeting, contact Rolleen here.
Starts May 15 | Saturdays | 10:30am
This course utilizes videos as well as group discussion on various aspects of the grieving process from the loss of a loved one. It is designed to help people struggling at any stage of the grieving process to understand the process and get the tools to move through it. For more info or to register, email the group leader here.
Healing Tears is a ministry to women who have had abortions. It is a 14 week Bible study that walks you through the healing process to forgiveness, peace and freedom from the unresolved emotional conflicts left from your abortion(s). For more info or to register, email the group leader here. Learn more about Healing Tears here.
Tuesday evenings, September 11 - December 18 | 6:30-8:15pm
Is Anger hurting your relationships with your spouse, significant other, family members, friends, co-workers, or neighbors? Road rage, domestic violence, and violence in general are on the rise. Anger was meant to help us instead of hurting us. It can start small with just a word, a glance, or a gesture. James says it well in James 3:5 - “Likewise, the tongue is a small part of the body, but it makes great boasts. Consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small spark.” This is a practical class on how to “put out the “fire of anger” before it starts.