Our Support Groups Ministry provides a place where people can experience the presence and power of God to heal deep wounds, chart new directions, and find hope and healing.
In groups like these, many people have learned new and productive ways to think about their problems and opportunities. They have developed strong friendships with people who understand because they have been there. Members find forgiveness, peace, and strength they never knew existed. The encouragement received from each other is combined with clear teaching from God’s Word to help people take steps in their recovery journey. These groups are entirely confidential.
If you have any questions please contact Mindy Robertson.
HOPE AND HEALING
Tuesday Nights at 6pm
This group provides prayer and support for women whose children have been arrested and are incarcerated or on probation. Contact Susan Earle for more information.
If you or someone you know has recently lost a loved one and needs help in navigating the grieving process, come to The Harbor’s Grief Share recovery group. There you will find help and healing. Our next group will meet at a time to be determined in the fall. Together we will work through a 13-week program. If you would like to attend, please email David Miller to RSVP.
For Single Moms of Young Children
The Embrace Life program equips single new moms to flourish in their relationship with God and not only survive in life but THRIVE! These brave moms will learn spiritual and practical ways to help navigate their way through life while using the Holy Spirit as their compass. They will gain support, encouragement, and guidance, all while making lasting friendships. If you would like to join Embrace Life at The Harbor, please fill out this short application. We will meet in the fall (TBD), on Wednesdays, from 7:30-9:00 PM. Email Mindy Robertson with any questions you may have.
JOURNEY OF RECOVERY ADDICTION
Our Harbor location is on break this season
If you or someone you know is battling unhealthy behaviors or causing pain and loss related to substance abuse, consider being a part of a recovery group.
Support groups are a great tool to help us overcome dependencies on alcohol, drugs, and prescription drugs.
Contact us for more information.