Life Care Groups
Please join us and our amazing lay leaders on Tuesday nights for an evening of growth, hope, and healing. The Night of Hope Life Care Groups are Life Groups that address a specific care need. These groups are grounded in scripture, guided by experienced leaders, and utilize the same key elements of all our life groups:
- the Word of God
We look forward to being involved and accessible during these nights of learning and support. Starting with an optional dinner, worship and devotion, and ending with fellowship time will create an atmosphere of community that is often lost during times of crisis or hardship. This format also allows us to check in with you, say hi, and be available for any questions after the group sessions. If you are only able to join for the group from 630-830pm, please do—they are all led by wonderful people and each uses a top-notch curriculum.
- Mollie Schneider, MSW, Prayer and Congregational Care Coordinator
- Rev. Bob Rossow, Minister of Prayer and Congregational Care
6pm--dinner, devotion, fellowship in room 203
7pm - groups: various rooms, childcare begins
8:30pm - dessert, fellowship in room 203
Every Tuesday, 6:30 PM
ACA - Adult Children of Alcoholics is an anonymous Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of women and men who grew up in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes.