Support Groups

Support groups are small groups of people interested in the support of others who are facing similar challenges. The groups are structured around the topic, led by trained facilitators and are a great resource for building relationships while growing through life's challenges. Support groups include, but are not limited to, grief, addiction, and illness.

To get connected to a support group, email Rev. Doug Meyer, Associate Pastor of Caring Ministries at

Homebound Visitation

Caregiver/ Receiver Support Groups

Stretched to the Limit: caregiver's support group

A community support group for those who are caregivers to older parents, family or friends. Meets on the first and third Mondays from 7 - 8:30 pm in room 160. For more information, contact Barbara Carruth at


Currently on Hold - Information Available Soon:

Neighborhood Memory Cafe:
early to moderate stage Alzheimer’s or memory loss and their care partners. Provide support, information and socialization. The sessions will enable a person with Alzheimer’s to stay physically, mentally and socially active. For more information, please contact Gaynell Cox at

Addiction Recovery Support Groups

ReNew: A Community in Recovery
This group meets EVERY Wednesday night 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Please join us in the Ministry Center for music, guest speakers, and small group time all with a focus on addiction recovery. For more information, contact Doug Meyer at

Carry the Message AA Support Group
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings held on various days, times and rooms. Please visit or call 469-645-8117 for details.

Awakening: Al Anon family group
Al Anon Family Group meetings are held twice weekly (Saturdays at 9:30 am and Thursdays 6:30 pm) in room 240 in the Family Life Center (FLC).

Women’s Support Groups

Women's Cancer Support Group
This group brings women together for support and to share their questions, concerns, and praises concerning their journey with cancer. We get together Sept-May on the 3rd Wednesdays at 7 pm via Zoom (may be back in person in Fall 2021). For more information and the Zoom link, contact Sharon White at

Military Support
In an effort to support our troops, we would like to support any of our congregation and their families that are serving in the military. The Military Support Ministry will send care packages on a regular basis. Contact Kelly Jones at for more information.

Grief and Loss Support Groups

Coping With Loss Grief Recovery Seminars
Held quarterly. In this five-week seminar led by trained grief facilitators, you’ll learn about the grief process, share with others, give and receive support and develop healthy coping skills and activities. Visit for dates, times and more information. RSVP to

Handling the Holidays Grief Seminar
Learn how to celebrate a holiday while grieving, which can be bittersweet experience with mixed emotions. Held each November. RSVP to


Support Groups Currently on Hold - Information Available Soon:

Single Souls:
widow/ widower support group
This widow/widower support group is on hold right now. This group is open to all and more information will be available soon.

Breathe: Support group for loss of spouse/ partner
We are a local support group composed of widows and widowers, resolved to create and provide a compassionate and safe environment for individuals who have lost a spouse or partner. This environment supports and encourages each individual’s unique path through healing from their loss. We are especially sensitive to the newly bereaved. We focus on comforting and supporting the newly bereaved through their healing from loss in meetings. Our group is a support group only. Facilitators are peers and not professional counselors or therapists. Because we are a peer-to-peer group, we don’t diagnose anyone or provide advice.