“Jesus wept. Then the people said, ‘See how He loved him (Lazarus)!’” John 11:35-36
We recognize the deep anguish that losing a loved one causes. The grief we feel is a result of the love we have. The death of a child, spouse, parent, or friend impacts every aspect of our lives and stirs up a wide range of emotions and thoughts. We want to offer a supportive place where members of our congregation can walk through grief together and find the supportive Christian community they need to endure the ups and downs of grief.
There’s no timeline or time limit to grief. Whether your loss is new or happened many years ago, you are invited to participate in all aspects of our grief support ministry. We will process and navigate the grief journey through the lens of our Christian faith to find hope and peace in Jesus.
GriefShare Weekly Grief Support Group
It hurts to lose someone. GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.
Our grief support group meets weekly. You’ll find it to be a warm, caring environment and will come to see your group as an “oasis” on your long journey through grief. There are three key parts to your GriefShare group experience: video seminar, support group, and workbook.
You are welcome to join our group for support at any time! Registration fee: $25. Register here
Serve in Grief Support Get Involved!
Have you experienced the deep grief of losing a loved one? Have you learned valuable lessons, experienced healing from the hurt, and would like to help others do the same?
Email us for more information about serving on our team!
Widows Supporting Widows Monthly Grief Support Group
Living a New Normal: Widows Supporting Widows
Meets the first Wednesday of every month
Do you know someone whose husband has passed away? Or perhaps you are walking this grief journey yourself and coming to grips with the idea of being a widow? Join a group of widows where support, encouragement and fellowship are as close as the person sitting next to you. Join us as we journey together to a new "normal."