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Single & Parenting

If you’re a single parent, you’re probably tired, overwhelmed, and feeling a bit under appreciated. That’s why we are offering a Single & Parenting group—to share tips and parenting wisdom that will help you find rest, hope, and encouragement.

For more information or questions regarding Single & Parenting, please contact [email protected].org.

*Thank you for your interest in Single and Parenting. Please note that the next Single and Parenting groups will start in August. If you are still seeking care and support, all are welcome to join re:gen on any Tuesday. See link below for more information about re:gen.

Regen Information

Upcoming Events

Aug 14

Single Parenting | Upstate Resource Fair

Tuesday, August 14 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Three Main Objectives of Single Parent Support

Equipping

One significant objective of this ministry is to equip single parents to live spiritually passionate lives in the midst of their unique circumstances. This aspect of the ministry offers teaching for practical and spiritual matters to enable the single parent to do more than survive but to also positively impact others in their daily lives.

Supporting

There are many unique challenges that the single parent faces. This aspect of the ministry offers support with many of the challenges you face with maintaining your home. It might be assistance with yard work or help with something inside the home or just some practical handyman advice.

Connecting

Sometimes single parents can feel alone and isolated. A third aspect of this ministry is to connect single parents to the church as a whole and with other single parents.  You can be added to the email list by sending a note to [email protected] and you can register for the next care group by using the link below. Our Single & Parenting care groups meet on Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30pm at our Pelham Campus. Groups will begin Tuesday, August 30th and will work through the Boundaries curriculum together.

Do you have ideas for how this ministry can be more effective?

If so, please send an email to [email protected].