This is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. Meetings are held in the Center for Spiritual Care, garage side/east entrance (brick house).
Daily meeting dates/times.
This group helps families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with the addictive behaviors of a relative or friend. Meetings are held in the Center for Spiritual Care, garage side/east entrance (brick house). Meeting dates/times.
Women’s Step Study
This meeting is open to women who have at least one year of recovery in a 12-step program and a sponsor. This is a nine-month program, September through May. We close to new members after completion of the first three steps. Meetings are held in the Center for Spiritual Care living room, front door/north entrance (brick house). For more information, call or text Mary at 817-600-1388.
Alzheimer’s Support Group
Our meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of each month in the AE. Room 3201 on the campus of White’s Chapel from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
This group is for caregivers dealing with loved ones with dementia. We share experiences while learning about available community resources and ways to cope with long-term care giving. If you have friends or neighbors experiencing a dementia walk, please invite them to join us. Registration is not required.
For more information, contact Beth Benson at 817-416-9871 or Dana Pierce at 817-372-1077.
COAP (Children Of Aging Parents) Support Group
The group meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. in Adult Ed. Room 3201 on the campus of White’s Chapel. Registration is not required.
Children of Aging Parents (COAP) is a support group for adult children caring for their elderly parents. We share experiences, learn about community resources and ways to cope with long-term caregiving.
Christians Facing Cancer
We meet the second Tuesday of each month, from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m, in Evans Hall room 2129 on the campus of White’s Chapel.
Christians Facing Cancer is a support group for cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, friends, and family. Anyone in the area who is or has been affected by cancer, whether personally, a family member, or friend, is invited to attend. Registration is not required. Registration is not required.
Tuesday, November 12, 2019 – 6:30 p.m.
Featuring Rev. Dr. Larry Duggins
“The Importance of Community When Facing Cancer”
Christians Facing Cancer invites you, your family and your friends to our November meeting featuring Rev. Dr. Larry Duggins. After receiving a cancer diagnosis, talking with others in a similar situation can bring comfort. Support from others who can share their experience can improve our ability to cope, while providing a sense of hope.
Duggins is the co-founder and director of the Missional Wisdom Foundation. Central themes in Duggins’ theology include the transformational power of pilgrimage, the importance of living the mission Christ set forth for us, and the centrality of the Holy Spirit in prayer, discernment and ministry.
Christians Facing Cancer provides encouragement for patients and others impacted by cancer. Meetings are open to the community and held on the second Tuesday of each month in Evans Hall Room 2129 at 6:30 p.m. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019 – 6:30 p.m.
Featuring Hans Hammers, M.D., Ph.D. – “Immunotherapy Update”
Christians Facing Cancer invites you, your family and your friends to our December meeting featuring Hans Hammers, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Hammers is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine in the Division of Hematology-Oncology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
Dr. Hammers received his M.D. and Ph.D. from the Medical University of Luebeck in Germany. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and performed his fellowship in medical oncology at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins.
Also, at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Hammers led the kidney cancer research efforts and played a major role in the development of immunotherapy with immune checkpoint inhibitors in kidney cancer. His work in immunotherapy has been internationally recognized, and he has been the principal investigator on several industry- and investigator-sponsored trials. He is the first Eugene P. Frenkel, M.D. Scholar in Clinical Medicine.
Christians Facing Cancer provides encouragement for patients and others impacted by cancer. Meetings are open to the community and held on the second Tuesday of each month in Evans Hall Room 2129 at 6:30 p.m.
The Compassionate Friends
The group meets the 4th Tuesday of each month, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Evans Hall, 1st floor, room 2129 on the campus of White’s Chapel.
“The Compassionate Friends is about transforming the pain of grief into the elixir of hope. It takes people out of the isolation society imposes on the bereaved and lets them express their grief naturally. With the shedding of tears, healing comes. And the newly bereaved get to see people who have survived and are learning to live and love again.” –Simon Stephens, founder of The Compassionate Friends.
The words of TCF’s Founder, Simon Stephens, resonate with those who have come to The Compassionate Friends hoping to find a purpose in a life that suddenly seems so empty.
Whether your family has had a child die (at any age from any cause) or you are trying to help those who have gone through this life-altering experience, The Compassionate Friends exists to provide friendship, understanding, and hope to those going through the natural grieving process.
The Compassionate Friends is a non-profit 501C3 organization and your donations are welcome and appreciated.
Next Steps in Your Grief Journey Support Group
The group meets Mondays from 2:30 pm, in the Center for Spiritual Care
Grief is a journey that no one should have to travel alone. It is helpful to gather with others who are experiencing similar feelings. This monthly support group provides a caring and safe environment, as well as a time for mutual support and encouragement. This group is for those who may be taking their first steps on the journey or those who have already been through WC’s Understanding Your Grief class. We will not follow a specific curriculum, but will begin our time with prayer, offer time for sharing, and present a spiritual practice that has been prayerfully chosen to assist you in your journey. Participants are encouraged to share only if they are comfortable.
All are welcome, and you can join at any time; registration is not required.
Understanding Your Grief
Wednesdays beginning January 8 from 1:30 to 3 p.m., Center for Spiritual Care – REGISTER HERE
Wednesdays beginning January 8 from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Center for Spiritual Care – REGISTER HERE
Whether it has been recently or some time has passed, the death of a loved one often leaves us feeling paralyzed and wondering how we can move forward. You are invited to attend one of these 11-week studies that uses scriptural wisdom to explore the pain and emptiness that accompanies grief with the understanding that each of us grieves differently, and in our own time and pace. The class will be helpful in offering specific coping strategies to guide the way back to fullness of life. If you or someone you know is grieving the death of a loved one, we invite you to join us and all are welcome. We will be following Alan Wolfelt’s Understanding Your Grief participant book and Journal; both books are available for purchase in our Circuit Writers bookstore. Each class is limited to 12 participants; you will be attending only the class time you register for, as each group is independent of the other (you cannot move between classes). Contact Dianne Will at email@example.com or 817-481-4147, if you have any questions.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
The NAMI family support group meets in Evans Hall Room 2130 (1st floor, enter through east doors of main concourse) the first Tuesday of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
This is a discussion group open to anyone experiencing the pain of having an adult family member or friend diagnosed with a mental illness. This can include schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, clinical depression, OCD, or other psychiatric diagnosis. There is no cost involved. This NAMI support group is for family members or friends of those with mental illness. All are welcome and registration is not required.
We want to be there in your times of need and in your times of celebration. By offering classes and events, our dedicated staff seeks to continue to support you.
At a funeral or memorial service here, we seek to worship the living God – for God to continue to bring comfort those mourning. We have materials available to help you maneuver this difficult time.
Taking care of your mind, soul and body is important to us! We offer many exercise classes such as Stretch & Strengthen or Chair Yoga, as well as give you the chance to help others through donating blood or receiving a flu shot.
To provide affordable professional counseling services to church members, visitors and the community within a Christian environment.
There are a variety of groups that meet on campus that serve the community.
Stephen Ministry (One-on-One Care) is a Christian service with a strong focus on God’s love and spiritual encouragement.
Chandler’s Hope is a ministry that brings awareness and answers to questions of what to do, where to go, and who to turn to when faced with addiction.