We all encounter challenging times in our lives, but you don’t have to go through them alone. We have a number of ways you can receive support at CWC to help you grow, heal, and help others along the way.
On campus, you’ll find a physical Connections Center where you can access life at CWC. Our mission is to connect you to people and to ministry. If you’re interested in learning more about CWC and become part of the vibrant life of Christ Wesleyan, click the button below.
Cancer Hope Support Network
Share your experience as a cancer patient, survivor or care giver. We network cancer survivors with current patients to share our stories of hope and healing in Christ.
DivorceCare & DivorceCare 4 Kids
DivorceCare groups meet weekly to help you face the challenges of separation and divorce and move toward rebuilding your life. Each session has two distinct elements: a seminar with experts and a support group with focus. DivorceCare4Kids (DC4K) is a fun environment for kids to learn how to work through the hurt of divorce. The DC4K program features videos, music, games, crafts and activities for children ages 5–12.
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 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.
Financial Peace University
Financial Peace University is a class taught by Dave Ramsey to teach how to manage finances, budget, and free yourself from debt.
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 to 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.
Military Veterans Group
For military veterans from any branch of the service, this group meets on the third Thursday of each month for discussions and support.
Requests are taken each Sunday or if you have an immediate need, send us a prayer request to allow us the privilege to pray for you.
Need prayer support? Our prayer team prays over your requests and it’s our privilege to pray for you. We love to hear how God has answered prayer! If you have a praise that God has answered a prayer and worked in incredible ways, share it with us.For emergencies after hours, call:
Join our Prayer Team, receive daily emails, and lift others up in prayer. Prayer Guides are available at The Connections Center on Sundays.
Our Prayer Chapel (entrance #4) is open 24 hours/365 days a year and is a quiet place to spend time with God in prayer. Share your prayer needs and praises in the Prayer Binder in the back of the room.
Your church family wants to support you as you celebrate milestones, mourn significant losses, and face life challenges. Here are some ways CWC can come alongside you during these meaningful times:
Hospital, Nursing Home, & Home-bound Visits
As a church body, we want to care for each other by visiting, offering prayer, and encouragement. Church staff and trained volunteers spend many hours each week visiting CWC family in the hospital, nursing home, rehabilitation centers, and in the home.
Our Food Pantry exists to help people within our church family and community who are in need of providing food for their family. We have two food pantry programs: our monthly distribution held one Saturday a month, and the Fresh Express distribution is one Wednesday evening each month.
There’s a lot to think about when it comes to planning services for someone you’ve lost. Supporting your grieving family is so important to us. Contact us to discuss how we can best help you.
We care more about a biblical marriage than we do wedding ceremonies. That’s why we invest so much time and resources helping you start marriage well or heal your broken relationship. Marriage at Christ Wesleyan provides multiple classes and small group opportunities, premarital counseling, and on-campus wedding venues. To learn more about weddings at CWC, fill out our Wedding Information Form here. You might also be interested in our Seriously Dating or Engaged course for couples.
Though many of us experience healing with the aid of pastoral advice or help from trained volunteers, they are not able to offer professional counseling. For those circumstances, Christ Wesleyan Church does offer fee-based, professional counseling through properly qualified and credentialed staff. To ask for counseling, email or call.