Support & Recovery
Do you have a hurt, habit, or hangup that you have been trying to overcome on your own but not finding victory? Our support and recovery ministries at Purpose Church offer hope and healing through Christ in the midst of challenging life circumstances. Come Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30 to join in this recovery ministry.
Surviving the Holidays
After the loss of a loved one, navigating the holiday season can be difficult with a flood of memories of happier, past celebrations. Join us Sat, Nov 2, at 9:30am in H100 for a 2-hour seminar that will offer practical holiday coping strategies and hope for brighter days ahead. No cost. REGISTER HERE.
Do you have a hurt, habit, or hang-up that you have been trying to overcome on your own but not finding victory? Celebrate Recovery is a safe, Christ-centered support group where people are experiencing freedom. CR meets every Tuesday night from 6:30-8:30pm in the H Building.
Do you ever feel like you are walking alone in life? Being a widow is often an unplanned title given to you. You are not alone. Join recently widowed Denise Dotson as a new group forms to bring together women on this walk. Whether newly widowed or many years into this journey, we welcome you. We will meet every 3rd Sunday, at 11 am Admin Building. For contact, email@example.com
Separation and DivorceCare
Separation and divorce can be painful, stressful, and isolating. If you or someone you know is facing this, we have a Separation and DivorceCare group for you. This group is led by a team of experienced facilitators that offer care and understanding from both male and female perspectives to provide hope, healing, and direction.
We believe recovery is a family ministry.
Celebration Place is a safe place for kids to connect with God and each other and to experience Jesus. This program is for kids in grades 1st through 6th whose parents attend Celebrate Recovery and Divorce Care on Tuesday nights.For students in junior high to high school, we offer The Landing. This is a safe environment for students to work on their hurts, habits, and hang ups with leaders on campus.