Tuesday & Thursday 7pm-8:30pm
These family groups for relatives and friends of alcoholics—and other addictions—provide strength and hope as they work together to cope with common challenges.
Are you looking for a job? We invite you to visit any of these local support groups and sites for career and job-seeking advice:
Or visit any of these websites designed for helping job seekers find employment.
First & Third Tuesdays 7:00pm-8:00pm
Two new support groups beginning in September 2017 meet on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from 7:00pm-8:00pm in the FUMC Allen Parlor.
First Tuesday is a facilitator-led discussion on topics that affect us all: grief, loss, employment, finances, life changes, aging, relationships, and more. Each month, we’ll let the discussion will guide us as we share in the many things that happen as we strive to live a Christ-like life in today’s world.
Third Tuesday is a facilitator-led discussion for parents, guardians, families, and friends of those who live the day-to-day activities of life with a child or young adult with learning disabilities and/or mental health issues.
Questions? Contact Ruth Swingle.
Military Support Group
This group provides support for our church families with loved ones in the armed forces and conduct a Christmas Stocking Drive for our overseas soldiers each fall. Contact Debbie Wilson.
Rebuilding Life Widow Support Group
Fourth Wednesdays 11:30am
Reaching out in love and compassion, this support group is for women who have lost their spouses. Group meets for lunch at a local restaurant or occasionally in the church parlor. Contact Charlean Grobe.
Stephen Ministers are trained lay people who provide quality, one-on-one Christian care to those facing a crisis or life-changing challenge. For more information about accessing the services of this ministry, contact Ruth Swingle.