Through support and healing groups people can share their experience discovering strength and hope as they become connected with others who share similar experiences.
DBSA (Depression & Bipolar)
Mondays 6:30-7:30pm in Portable #1
Thursdays 12:30-2:30pm in Portable #1
Contact: Daisy Jabas
AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)
Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm in Portable #1
Al-Anon Family Groups
a fellowship of relatives and friends of those struggling with alcoholism and/or drug addiction
We believe that changed attitudes can aid recovery. We practice the Twelve Steps, welcome new members, and give comfort, understanding, and encouragement to affected families and friends. We believe that sharing our experience, strength, and hope can help to solve our common problems.
For more information on Al-Anon and how to get connected to a group, please contact:
You can find more about Al-Anon Family Groups by visiting their website at www.middletnalanon.org.
GRIEF Sharing Group/Counseling
As a participant in this four-week group, you'll learn more about the progressive stages of grief, gain insightful coping techniques, and interact with others who are processing the loss of a loved one. This group is facilitated by: Tammy Starling, LPC-MHSP, NCC (Grief Counselor and Psychotherapist) who's also part of our HopePark community.
Next Group: Sundays, Feb 26 - March 19
To make sustainable change in our life, we need a process, a community, a focus on the solution, and God’s transformation. The purpose of RESTORE is to create a place for groups that provide a process and hope-filled space to examine our lives and experience sustainable changes through God’s grace.
Groups meet Wednesday evenings at 6:30 throughout the year.
JOURNEY TO FREEDOM is the core group offered but each eight week session has a variety of options for personal healing, restoration, and growth.
To find out more about RESTORE visit RESTORE Small Groups website.
To learn more or sign up for the next eight weeks of groups click link below.