Cancer Support Ministry
Cancer Support Ministry connects you with a member of the team who provides one-on-one support to walk through a cancer diagnosis, treatment, recovery, and remission. Our Cancer Support Ministers have experienced this journey personally enabling them to focus on the unique needs and desires of those they serve. These meetings are in-person, over the phone, or through video calls with the frequency tailored to the wishes of those needing care.
We care deeply for you as you walk through separation and divorce. We would recommend connecting with a Stephen Minister who can help navigate this challenging season of life in a direct one on one level of care (see Stephen Ministry info on this page below).
You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. We care for people facing loss with a support group called GriefShare and a resource called Journey Through Grief. Journey Through Grief is a series of books sent at strategic intervals to help you through the grieving process. GriefShare is a 13-week support group, where friendly, caring people will walk alongside you through this difficult experience.
Embrace Your Journey Caregivers Support Group
Caregivers are a blessing to those they serve, but they can often feel very alone. If you are a caregiver, be encouraged, and find support and strength with other caregivers in a support group.
Families Doing Time
While there are programs and resources for prisoners, there is another group, often unsupported, who experience the devastating effects of crime, but in a different sense. Families Doing Time (a program through Prison Ministry) offers support, encouragement, counseling, and help with basic needs to families, spouses, parents, and children who face the reality of a family member in prison.
Families Victorious is a support group for families who deal with alcoholism, drug addiction, porn, gambling, and other addictions of that nature. We provide support and resources so you can experience healing and relationships with those in the group, and share steps you can take to walk this journey. You are not alone.