Pastoral or Counselor Support
If you could benefit from talking with one of our pastors about a parenting, family, or marital issue, or you are interested in any kind of marital or family counseling, contact BuxMont Counseling at 215.703.8926 to schedule a meeting with one of our pastors or counselors.
Why go to a Support Group?
Learn to ask the right questions as you face difficult situations.
Develop new attitudes and a new perspective on your situation.
Interact with others in an environment of love and acceptance.
Receive accountability and encouragement.
Grow in strength and courage.
Understand how faith in Jesus can help you through life’s difficulties.
For more information about any of the groups listed, contact BuxMont Counseling at 215.703.8926.
(All Support Groups are hosted at our Souderton campus unless noted.)
Without question, maintaining sexual integrity for men in today’s culture is difficult. The tragic cost of compromise is evident everywhere in our society, and the church is no exception. God’s people experience heartache, shattered marriages, broken families, tattered spiritual lives, as well as sexual and physical abuse.
Honesty, transparency, and accountability are essential elements in winning the war for sexual purity. Despite the fact that privately, many men carry around a great deal of shame, embarrassment, and guilt as a result of their struggle, there is hope. That hope is found in Christ, and in a community of Godly men who understand this battle and are in the process of finding victory.
The Men’s Purity Ministry at Calvary understands where you are in your struggle. Whether it’s pornography, physical or emotional adultery, sexual abuse, same sex attraction, or acting out, our leaders and group members stand ready to encourage, challenge, and come along side of you in your battle.
The first step is to contact us on our secure, confidential phone line: 215-703-0540. We admire and respect that you have courageously come to this point in realizing you need help. Please give us a call.
Betrayed Heart offers support to wives of men dealing with sexual purity issues including pornography, affairs, and/or sexual addiction. This confidential group meets off-site. For more information, call our confidential and secure number 215.723.5385.
Surrendering the Secret
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This is a support group for women who are struggling with a past abortion decision. This is a group where you can experience God’s healing and freedom in a safe and secure setting. For a confidential conversation, call Sharon at 215.855.2424. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a man who is struggling with a past abortion decision, there is help for you, too. Call North Care Women’s Clinic at 215.855.2424.
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If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found that many people do not understand the deep hurt you feel. At Calvary, you will find those who understand what you are experiencing and want to offer comfort and encouragement during this difficult time.
There is no cost to participate, but please register to attend by calling the BuxMont Counseling at 215.703.8926.
Any addict can stop, lose the desire to use, and find a new way of life. This chapter of NA meets on Monday evenings from 7:00 to 8:00pm in Room 218. For more information on NA or NA Home Groups please click here. To speak with someone from this local home group email email@example.com or call 215.723.0963.
Divorce Care is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life's most difficult experiences. This 13-week support group that meets on Thursdays is led by others who understand what you are going through. Divorce Care provides valuable resources to help you deal with the pain of the past and look forward to rebuilding your life.
Spring session wraps up May 24. Stay tuned for fall session info coming soon or contact Gwen Prichard.
Divorce care for kids
Divorce Care for Kids (DC4K) is for children ages 5-12 and helps them heal from the separation or divorce of their parents. At our weekly DC4K group, kids make friends with other kids who understand how they feel and the things they are going through.
DC4K follows the same schedule and age-appropriate themes as the adult Divorce Care program, allowing parents and children to progress through the healing process together and providing a springboard for meaningful discussions.
Our Teen Program is designated for 12-18 year olds and promotes identifying and finding the strength to accept and heal from various hurts and confusion a divorce can cause. It begins with denial, pushes through anger issues, and ends with the freedom to understand and experience true forgiveness. Through this weekly program, the desire is that your teen will leave a changed person who has the tools to navigate his or her future with God’s help.
We are in need of volunteers for our
DC4K and Teen program.
Contact Gwen Prichard to learn more about volunteering!