Support Groups

Support Groups

For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.”
– Matthew 18:28
    • CALO – Caring for Aging Loved OnesThis group provides support and resources to members and to our community who are transitioning to or already caring for aging parents. Meetings consist of a guest speaker and discussion. Meets the first Tuesday of every month (September-May) from 6:30-8 pm in room B9. We are also meeting over the summer months on June 4, July 2, and August 6.
    • Celebrate Recovery: This program helps those struggling with hurts, habits, and hang-ups by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through a recovery process. Regardless of what you’re dealing with, the solution is to depend on Christ’s power to help make wise decisions with positive results. For more information, click here.
    • Divorce Recovery: Divorce Recovery provides a safe place to heal from emotional wounds and provide the opportunity to share experiences.  Click here to learn more about the next program “Becoming One Again,” an 8-week class open to the community. This class is held at Christ UMC.  For more information, contact Angie Rosowski at 972-596-4304, ext. 235.
    • Grief Share Support Group: Meets on the first, third, and fifth Tuesday of the month, from 3-4:30 p.m. and 6:30-8 p.m. in room B6, led by the Rev. Sharon O’Connor and Jarren Mohanna. The class is designed to inform and support those grieving through the use of DVDs, testimonials, and discussion in a confidential, safe environment. Working through the emotions and challenges of loss can restore life’s balance and meaning. Child care is available with advanced registration. Contact Rev. Sharon O’Connor via email at soconnor@crumc.org.
    • Stronger Than Espresso: Strong than Espresso is a weekly support group for survivors of domestic abuse. We offer Christ-centered solutions for women facing domestic violence while providing hope, healing, and victory from the adversity of abuse. To learn more, click here.
    • Treasured Times Alzheimer’s Respite Care: Provides respite care to those in the early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) or related dementia in a safe, secure and caring environment, allowing those with the disease to enjoy socialization outside the home and their caregivers to enjoy time to themselves free from worry and responsibility. Click here for more information or via email at ttimes@crumc.org.

Questions? Contact:

Rev. Sharon O’ConnorSr. Associate Minister of Congregational Caresoconnor@crumc.org972-618-3450 ext. 227