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Many of us go through difficult times in our lives—times of crisis and great pain. Other times we struggle because we are dealing with the physical, material or emotional consequences of choices we have made. And sometimes we deal with difficulties brought into our lives because others have hurt us deeply. Support Groups can help.

“You’re not alone on your journey”


A 12-Step Jesus-centered, biblical and balanced program that helps us overcome our hurts, hang-ups, and habits by walking through them authentically with Jesus, sharing with others, and helping us face and resolve the problem behind our pain.

Wednesdays | 6:30pm


A 13-week grief recovery group. Receive comfort and hope in a loving, accepting environment. Guided by those who understand the deep pain and challenges of grief. Built upon biblical principles and Jesus Christ as the foundation for healing.

Mondays | 6:00pm

Begins August 12th, 2024


A 13-week support group for those hurting after a divorce or marital separation, consisting of spiritually-based videos followed by a discussion to help you deal with the pain of the past and look forward to rebuilding your life.

Tuesdays | 6:30pm

Frequently Asked Questions


What is Celebrate Freedom?

Celebrate Freedom is a biblical and balanced program to help people overcome their hurts, habits, and hang-ups. Whatever is behind the pain in your life, procrastination, guilt, anger, rage, fear, anxiety, divorce, alcohol abuse, perfectionism, insecurity, overspending, overworking, overeating, grief, abuse, drugs, codependency, sexual addictions, hypochondria, hurtful relationships, gambling, lying or the need to control? Celebrate Freedom helps you face and resolve the problem behind the pain.

What makes this program different from non-Christ-centered 12-step programs

Most people are familiar with the classic 12-step programs of AA and other groups. Based on the actual words of Jesus, Celebrate Freedom incorporates the eight Freedom principles, found in the Beatitudes, with the 12-steps.

Who is it for?

Anyone and everyone.

What age groups are appropriate for participation?

Ages 18 and above.

How often will it meet and is there a cost?

Weekly on Wednesdays.  And it’s free!

How long does it last?

Though Celebrate Freedom is not a “course”; the structure of the teaching on Wednesday night repeats every year. This way you can begin anytime.

Can I join at any time?

Yes…this group is designed so you can join at any time.

Is childcare available?

Childcare is not available at this time.

Are there groups for men and women?

The small groups are gender-specific.

Will there be anonymity for people to share their heartfelt concerns?

Yes. Anonymity is respected and is a priority so you can be real and truly heal.


Is GriefShare for people with a specific type of loss?

GriefShare is for everyone who is grieving the death of a loved one—whether you’ve experienced the loss of a spouse, parent, child (infant, young child, teen, adult, unborn), friend, sibling, coworker, or other relative.

What if I’m not comfortable sharing?

That’s perfectly fine! No one is required to talk or share. People usually find that it helps to express their concerns, ask questions, and share their stories, but you are welcome to come and simply listen to others’ experiences and the expert advice from the videos.

I’m not religious. Should I come?

Even though GriefShare is based on Christian principles, people from all faiths and even those who are not religious have found hope and healing by attending. The practical advice from counselors, pastors, and healthcare professionals applies to anyone.

How many weeks does the group last?

GriefShare groups last 13 weeks, and you can begin attending at any time. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend the full 13-week group more than once. People have said they find new tips and guidance each time, as they are dealing with new seasons of grieving.

Is there a cost to the class?

There is a fee of $20 and it covers the workbook which can be purchased here.

What happens during a typical group meeting?

Each week you’ll view a 30-minute video on a grief-related topic, featuring valuable insights from counselors, pastors, and others who’ve lost a loved one. Then your group will discuss the video and how it applies to your lives. You’ll also receive a book with helpful tips and exercises for personal support throughout the week.

How does GriefShare compare with other grief support options?

While other grief support sites may offer a phone or video consultation with a professional, we have found a group support setting to be crucial for healing. One-on-one counsel is certainly helpful, but a more complete healing is found in the context of having people walk alongside you on the grief journey.

Can I join a group at any time?

Yes…this group is designed so you can join at any time.

Is childcare available?

Childcare is not available at this time.


When will registration open?

We’ll open registration for this group approximately 1 month prior to starting.

Is DivorceCare right for me?

DivorceCare was created to help people find hope and healing after divorce or separation. We’ll cover topics each week like anger, grief, loneliness and others that are relevant and relatable to your situation.

Can I join a group any time?

Yes! The program is designed so you can join at any time during the 13-week cycle.

Will I be accepted at DivorceCare?

People at DivorceCare are there because they, too, are looking for help and support in a caring, safe place. Everyone is welcome, no matter what circumstances led to the breakup and no matter what your current marital status.

Is there child care available?

Childcare is not available at this time.

What if I’m not comfortable sharing with the group?

That’s perfectly fine. No one is required to share. People usually find that it helps to express their concerns and ask questions, but you are welcome to come and simply listen. You will benefit from hearing others’ stories and the expert advice from the videos.

What if I’m nervous about going the first time?

Those feelings go away quickly for most people, usually during the first session they attend. DivorceCare is a warm, caring environment designed to help you.