We all need His healing grace to transform the wounded parts of our lives.
These groups give us an opportunity to journey alongside one another…masks down, real and authentic. God tells us He is close to the brokenhearted…may we become healing reminders of His love as we journey together. No matter what your hurt, hang-up, struggle, or loss there is a place for you. You are deeply loved!
Am I Hurting?
Take a listen to Brian’s story from his participation in Support Groups at College Church. You may discover, like he did, the way that healing can take place through authentic relationships.
Mondays | 6:30 - 8 PM | K-101
12 Weeks | September 18 - December 11
GriefShare is a caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. This group equips through education and connection. Open group: runs twice a year.
Depression + Anxiety
Mondays | 6:30 - 8 PM | K-104
12 Weeks | September 18 - December 11
12-week support group for men and women who are struggling with the isolation and challenges of depression and/or anxiety. Gain a greater understanding of depression & anxiety and find hope and healing through community. Open group: runs twice a year.
Individuals with Lived Experience of Mental Illness
Thursdays | 7 - 9 PM | V-305
This group offers insight and support to family, friends, and individuals living with the challenges of mental illness. All are welcome! Open group: Runs all year.
Wednesdays | 6:45 - 8:15 PM | K-104
12 Weeks | September 20 - December 13
Caring support group for men and women who are working through the challenges of divorce. Find help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce. Open group: runs twice a year.
Life's Healing Choices
Wednesdays | 6:45 - 8:15 PM | K-102
8 Weeks | September 18 - November 8
8-week recovery group that uses the 12-step approach alongside Christ’s Beatitudes to bring healing to our hurts, habits, and hang-ups! All are welcome!
Family and Friends of Those with Mental Illness
Thursdays | 7 - 9 PM | V-304
This group offers insight and support to family, friends, and individuals living with the challenges of mental illness. All are welcome! Open group that is available year round.
Band of Brothers
This amazing support group is for men who are struggling with sexual addiction and/or pornography.
In order to ensure extra confidentiality, this group meets offsite and information is given by appointment only.
Contact Troy Snyder for more information: 913.764.4575
Educational Support Classes
E3: Encourage, Educate, and Empower
Coming Spring 2018!
E-3 is an 8-session course taught by trained volunteers that have personal experience caring for someone with mental illness and is conducted in an atmosphere of confidentiality. Each two- hour session will focus on a different mental health diagnosis and will include information about treatment options, techniques for handling real-life situations, and strategies to help caregivers manage their responses to the illness. These classes offer support to anyone caring for a friend or family member with mental illness.
Lifelong Learning Credits: Nazarene ministers who participate in the course can login to their Registry account and report their participation in the course based on the number of hours of the event they attend.
"The Road of Caregiving" Seminar
Saturday November 11 | 9:30 AM - 12 PM | Garrett Chapel
Come to a morning filled with laughter and learning as we share real stories of caregiving journeys. Learn about resources that are available and how to step into deeper compassion for yourself and those you care for everyday. We want to care for you as you care for others!
The Caregiving Journey
Sundays | 11 AM - 12:15 PM | K-104
November 12 + 19, December 3, 10, + 17
A 5-week equipping support group that makes space for us to encourage and care for one another as we take on the role of care-giver. This group will also tackle difficult topics and offer a variety of resources as participants navigate this journey together.
You Too? Parenting Group
Sundays | 9:30 - 10:45 AM | Downhaus
October 1, 8, & 15
Educational support group that equips parents to create lasting, formative bonds with their children. Two counselors will co-facilitate teaching about how healthy parent-child attachment is developed.
The primary text for the group will be Dan Siegel’s, “Whole Brain Child.”