Mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety and other problems with mood stability are real and need compassionate support.
Living Grace is an understanding community providing that support and encouragement for the individual dealing with the pain of difficult mental and emotional issues. The curriculum for this peer group is filled with insightful education, tools to improve life and a renewal of faith.
Family Grace is for the individual watching a loved one struggle with mental health challenges.
You are welcome to begin attending a Grace Group at any point. Each session is "self-contained," so you do not have to attend in sequence. You will be able to pick up any sessions you missed in the next 16-week cycle.
The spring session of these support groups will begin on Tuesday evening, February 5, at 7 p.m., and will continue on Tuesdays through May 14. A $20 fee covers the cost of materials. (If you have participated in Grace Groups before and already have the workbook, no fee is required.)
For more information about Grace Groups for mental health, email Pastor of Congregational Care and Family Ministries, Eric Channing, or his administrative assistant, Christy Chiodras, or call them at (630) 668-0878.