Caring Support Groups
Third Thursday of each month
Room 132 | 7 pm
Meetings are held year round.
There is no fee to attend and dinner is provided. For questions, you may contact the Congregational Care office, at 301-320-3600, x 216.
3rd Sunday/month, immediately following the 11 am Worship Service / Room 132 / Light lunch provided.
A support group of Fourth Presbyterian Church dedicated to providing the opportunity for breast cancer survivors to share their personal cancer journey experiences with other Christian women of all ages in all stages of their journey; whether newly diagnosed or in treatment, or who are now cancer-free.
Meeting once each month for an hour, we encourage and support each other through prayer and sharing, compassionately and respectfully honoring each other’s special needs and requests.
Contact: Janet Garrison
Care for the Caregiver
upcoming dates to be announced soon
6 – 7 pm / Dinner provided / Emmaus House
Contact Kevin Schick for more information.
Information and support to assist those who are caring for others.
Wednesdays, May 3 – July 26, 2017
Wednesdays, September 6 – December 13, 2017
Emmaus House | 7-9 pm
A Bible-centered series, Divorce Care Program, offers a caring, supportive, non-judgmental place to meet with others who are going through the same struggles and to learn helpful, positive ways to meet the challenges involved. This 13-week series includes topical videos, confidential discussions, and prayer. Cheryl Murrill, Facilitator
- Topics include:
- What’s Happening to Me?
- The Road to Healing/Finding Help
- Facing My Anger
- Facing My Depression
- Facing My Loneliness
- What Does the Owner’s Manual Say?
- New Relationships
- Financial Survival
- Single Sexuality
- Reconciliation (not necessarily restoring the marriage)
- Moving On, Growing Closer to God
Contact the Congregational Care office to learn more, or to register.
Thursdays, April 13 – July 6, 2017
Thursdays, September 7 – December 7, 2017
Room 132 | 1-3 pm
Martin Burks & Matilde Palmer, Facilitators
For more information about any of our support groups or programs, please contact the Congregational Care office, 301-320-3600, x 216.