“Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another that you may be healed…” James 5:16
Do I Need a Support Group?
Whether you or a loved one is coping with a debilitating illness, addiction, or life’s frustrations, support groups can be very beneficial. Sometimes just having a forum to share your thoughts and vent your frustrations is all you need, while others may need additional resources and communications with others dealing with the same issues. Whatever your needs, joining a support group can help you get through those tough times.
What is a Support Group?
Support groups are groups of people who have a common issue they are experiencing in their lives.
What is the Purpose of a Support Group?
People within a support group discuss their common issue with each other and provide supportive communication and resources dealing with their illnesses, addictions, and situations.
Support Groups Offered at St. John’s:
- Depression/Bipolar – View Monthly Matters Newsletter
- Alcohol & Narcotics
- General Counseling
- Single Mothers
For information on a particular Support Group or meeting times, please take look at the Church Calendar or call the Church Campus @ 713.653.3237 (Downtown) or 713.466.5500 (Northwest)