COUNSELING AND CARE

Our Care Team provides care and support in a number of different ways. We have options ranging from broad care like one-to-one Biblical Counseling to very specific care like our Refuge addictions ministry. Whatever your need, you can find help and hope in your situation. 

 

Biblical Counseling

Our counseling involves "one-to-one" care, meaning that we provide hope, encouragement and biblical guidance for the specific struggles you're facing in life. We believe that deep, true healing only comes in relationship with Jesus; we'll help you develop that relationship within your circumstances. Our trained staff and volunteers are a dedicated resource for you, but please note that they are not licensed therapists, psychologists, or psychiatrists.

If you're interested in meeting with one of our Biblical Counselors, please complete the Care Counseling Form either online or by downloading a copy of the form and bringing it to the church. This form can be returned to the church office or dropped off in a sealed envelope at What's Next on Sundays.

 

Addictions

Addiction comes in many forms, but is always a destructive force. Breaking free from the bonds of addiction takes a lot of support, and we've created a place called Refuge for that purpose. Our mission in Refuge is to help people who are struggling with life-dominating sins find hope and freedom in Christ.

 

CARE GROUPS

If you are struggling with or have experienced a difficult situation, care groups might be a great step for you. Facilitated by trained staff or volunteers, you’ll meet with others going through similar situations to share experiences and walk together toward healing. Check out the groups below or visit What's Next on Sundays before or after each service in The Gallery to get connected.

 

 

Women's Journey to Heal

This group is a safe place for women who have experienced sexual abuse to be heard and understood while taking certain essential steps in healing. Groups consist of 3 to 5 members and run for 7 weeks, meeting at the church on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:30. Topics covered involve acknowledgment, acceptance, shame, anger, forgiveness, identity, and new life in Christ. The next group will begin as slots fill.

 

 

Grief Group

This group is a safe place to intentionally process and move forward through the tragedy of losing a loved one.  Discussion topics include grieving with hope, Biblical lament, identity, unresolved issues, memorials, etc.  

 

 

CORE ONE

Our desire is to equip those who wish to care for others in a One-to-One setting or those groups leaders who want to better care for their members. This Core I Course consists of 6 workshop sessions held here at the church on Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30. Topics include Suffering and the Sovereignty of God, Biblical Change, Forgiveness, Emotions, and more. Starting September 11th.