Why go to a Support Group?
- Discover Jesus Christ and live life out of His strength.
- Understand how personal faith in Christ can help you live an abundant life.
- Surrender to His leadership of your life.
- Learn to ask the right questions as you face your situation.
- Develop new attitudes and a new perspective on your situation.
- Experience growth.
- See God at work in yourself and others.
- Fellowship with others in a climate of love and acceptance.
- Receive accountability and encouragement.
- Grow in strength and courage.
For more information about any of the groups listed, contact Cindy MacNeill.
(All Support Groups are hosted at our Souderton campus.)
Just as with a drug addiction, sexual addiction causes the user to become dependent on external stimulation to meet inner needs. The tragic cost of sexual addiction is seen in shattered marriages, broken families, accounts of sexual and physical abuse, and ruined spiritual lives.
The first step away from the snare of sexual addiction is to admit that you cannot win this battle alone. You need God’s help and the help of others who understand the battle and can show you how to gain victory.
Men’s Purity group is led by two co-facilitators who are mature in their walk with Christ and have experienced freedom from sexual addiction. This freedom comes through God’s power and practicing the principles covered in the group.
When you are ready to find freedom, call (215) 703-0540. This phone line is secure, and your name, information, and story will remain confidential.
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.
GriefShare's Winter session has ended. Check back for details on the next session.
There is no cost to participate, but please register to attend by calling the Counseling Center at (215) 703-8926.
LOVE & RESPECT
Love & Respect is for women whose husbands have different beliefs about faith than their own. This group will meet on the second Monday of each month. For more information or to register for the group, call our secure line at (215) 723-6798.
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.
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.
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.
Begins Thursday, Mar. 1
Room 302/Door 1 at our Souderton campus
Cost is $15 per person. Scholarships are available.
For information, contact Gwen Prichard.
The Big D
The Big D, designated for 12-18 year olds , 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.
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.
Winter Session begins March 1. The 13-week support group meets Thursdays from 7:00–8:30pm.