God's Healing for a Mother's Heart
Saturday, March 24, 8:45am-4pm
A Day Retreat For Women Who Have Experienced The Death of a Child: A day of encouragement, pampering, loving support, comfort food, authentic presenters, and sharing the love of Christ, our Great Healer and Comforter.We welcome mothers of all faiths and at all points along their journey of healing regardless of the age of the child or the length of time since the death.There will be a keynote speaker and small group classes.
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Discipleship ClassesBe strengthened and encouraged in your walk with Christ by connecting with other women while diving into the life-changing Word of God. Please click here for a full list of Winter/Spring Bible Study Classes.
Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30pm, Downtown in Room N-210
2nd floor of Worship Center North Building
This is a support group for foster and adoptive parents.
Facilitator: Brenda Stephens
Contact Jan James, firstname.lastname@example.org; Alice Ann Holman, email@example.com
Meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7pm, May-September
Downtown Campus, Dining Room, 1st floor of Worship Center North Building
This is a faith-based encouragement group for mothers who have experienced the death of a child. Our vision is to grow in God's grace as we travel our own personal journey of healing and to reach out to other mothers in compassion and Christian love.
Women's Addiction Recovery Support Group
Mondays, 6:00pm, Parlor
Join a group of women who are supporting each other through alcohol and drug addiction while holding one another accountable to live the life God has called them to and challenged them to live. Open to women of all ages. Facilitator: Noelle Lawson
Widow's Support Group: Alone Together
Support and fellowship for women who have lost their spouse and/or are alone.
Contact Nancy Anderson at Nancylandrsn@cs.com or Martha Bridges at firstname.lastname@example.org
PINK (Partners in Nurturing and Knowledge)
Meetings are quarterly
A cancer support group founded to assist women at all stages of recovery.
For more information, go to www.pinksc.org.