A forever happy marriage, healthy family members, and the expectation of a certain lifestyle can all lead us into thinking we have it all together and that we are on a certain life path. But what happens when these things don’t line up? You can feel lost, hurt, frustrated, and alone. You may have many questions and aren’t sure where to turn.
We have support and care for you. By having groups for marriage, family members, and parents, we want to partner with you and help equip you for these life stages and challenges.
Groups meet at varying times so be sure to check the links below for when the group you are interested in meets.
For more information or questions regarding our Family Support groups, please contact [email protected]
Family Grace is a family support care group for families and spouses of those with a loved one dealing with depression, anxiety, and other mental health difficulty or disorders. The curriculum being used is created by The Grace Alliance and is Christ-centered, focused on providing both tools and community support.
Family Grace is for family members of a loved one with mental health issues. It is not for the individual struggling with mental health issues. If you have a family member needing support, please contact [email protected]
– Meetings are held at the Pelham Campus Children’s Building
– Meetings will begin on Tuesday, January 29 and meet every other week through the end of November.
– Meetings are 6:30pm-8:00pm with childcare available
– Registration is $25 and financial assistance is available.
– Each week is a standalone topic so even if group members cannot make each week, they are encouraged to continue to come.
The number of people with dementia is on the rise, and for each person diagnosed, care is required. In a community the size of the Grace community, there are likely many families caring for a loved one with dementia. Many are doing it without any education or training, which leaves them vulnerable to confusion, fear, frustration, and ultimately, burn-out. By partnering with the staff of The Gardens, our goal is to equip caregivers to better care for their loved one by better understanding the disease and learning practical strategies to cope with it. We will also share the many local resources available to help families dealing with dementia, whatever their needs many be.
SSA Parents Group
This is a support group for parents of children of any age who have same-sex attraction or are involved in a homosexual lifestyle. Support includes topics such as dealing with grief and shame, understanding your child, preserving your relationship, walking in grace and truth, establishing boundaries, and teaching from the scriptures. The group meets periodically to provide fellowship, prayer, and a chance to share in a safe, friendly, and confidential environment.
Would you rate your marriage as a two or a 10? No matter where you fall on the spectrum, you are not alone. re|engage is a marriage ministry for all married couples. Whether your marriage is in crisis or you are looking to take your marriage from good to great, re|engage is a safe place for couples to reconnect. re|engage will offer hope and encouragement to marriages by helping couples move toward oneness through stories of grace, teaching, and small groups.