We walk together during times of joy, sorrow, and transition.
Visit these pages to learn more about how we can help, or how you can offer the gift of care and support to others.
We all experience grief and loss. After the death of a loved one, we offer practical help and emotional support. Learn more »
Kindness & CARE
We offer hospitality and support to those experiencing big transitions such as a new baby, serious illness, or other life-changing event. Learn more »
A number of groups meet on a regular basis to support one another through shared circumstances. See calendar listings for details.
DEMENTIA CAREGIVER SUPPORT
Second Wednesdays Monthly
10:00 AM in M205
If you are living with someone who has dementia, come join us on the second Wednesday of each month to share resources, concerns, advice and understanding. For more information, contact The Reverend Lisa Saunders at
Survivors of Suicide (SOS) Support Group
This group brings together people who have been affected by the suicide of a loved one. Shared pain and care has power to elevate hope and provide holy comfort. For more information, contact The Reverend Lisa Saunders at .
EPEC (EXCEPTIONAL PARENTS OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN)
EPEC is a support group for parents of children with special needs, disabilities, learning differences, or developmental delays. The purpose of EPEC is to create a safe space for parents to discuss their experiences, share ideas, and provide spiritual, mental, and emotional support to each other. Learn more »
This four-week series meets twice a year for those coping with grief and loss, led by The Reverend Lisa Saunders. Grief can be a pathway to growth, not in a way that justifies the pain or loss, but in a way that pays homage to our loss. No one need carry grief alone either; knowing that others understand how we feel can lessen the hurt and strengthen the hope. Daytime and evening groups are available. Contact Lisa at 704-714-6952 or to sign up or learn more.