Find a Care Group to help you through a difficult time.
Read about our care groups below.
ABOUT FIRST CHURCH CARE GROUPS
Sometimes we really need each other, maybe for a little encouragement or, occasionally, a helping hand. Sometimes we just need others to pray for us. First Church knows and understands the importance of sharing life together…in good times and bad. Therefore, we offer support groups, home visits for shut-ins, crisis intervention and emergency care in times of need.
We also offer encouragement and spiritual guidance for people who are going through the pain of divorce, unemployment, financial difficulties, or life-change uncertainties. First Church partners with Southwestern Christian Counseling Services and offers 2 complimentary visits for attending church members. In times of crisis, you may also call our 24-hour emergency hotline: 866-695-0501.
Stephen Ministry is an international volunteer ministry equipping individuals to provide one-on-one Christian care to hurting people in and around the First Church community. A Stephen minister provides confidential care, support and encouragement for emotional and spiritual needs to adults experiencing an immediate crisis. Questions? Contact Pastor Bob Confer 269-983-1524.
Benton Heights Campus
Year-round on Thursdays from 6:00pm-8:00pm
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered support group for anyone struggling with hurts, habits or hang-ups. It is a safe place to find community and freedom from the many issues that can control our lives. Meeting consists of a group lesson or testimony, followed by gender specific open share groups. Child-care provided. Questions? Contact Jaime Cervantes 269-224-8658.
CELEBRATE RECOVERY STEP STUDY
Benton Heights Campus
Tuesdays @ 6:30pm
Starting January 7th
Celebrate Recovery Step Study is a Christ-centered journey through the biblically grounded 12-steps of Celebrate Recovery. Groups are gender specific and offer a safe place where we can find freedom from our Hurts, Habits, and Hang-ups through the Word of God and the principles of the program. Questions? Contact Jaime Cervantes 269-224-8658.