Saturdays: 5p | Worship Center
Sundays: 9a & 11a | Worship Center
Sundays: 9a & 11a | Chapel
Sunday nights: 7p | Community Center
Mariners Care Ministry offers a variety of support groups based on specific needs. The following is a list of groups that are offered throughout the year. Some are open year-round, while others go for a determined length of time. Use the button below to see what groups are currently available.
For more information on groups and availability contact: [email protected]
Grief and Loss Support Groups
Contact: [email protected]
A faith based support group open to cancer survivors, those who suffer from cancer and the loved ones who care for them.
Led by a volunteer, registration required
Join a community of individuals who are working to process an experience similar to yours with a caring leader.
A community of moms who understand what you are going through and will come alongside you on the journey to healing.
Location • Saturday Life Development Bldg, Room #204
Contact • [email protected]
Infertility & Miscarriage Support (Women only)
There is a wonderful support to be found within the friendship and safety of other women who understand your tears before they fall. This support group is a place to gain new strength in community and hope for the future. No registration required walks ups encouraged.
Contact: [email protected] for more information
Come to experience healing from past pain and rebuild hope for a thriving future with others who are recovering from the effects of separation or divorce. Each week, a speaker will share their knowledge and experience to help us navigate divorce as a community dedicated to pursuing relational health.
Living Waters Support Group is a faith-based group for people living with chronic pain. We meet the first Sunday of every month. Come and connect in community, learn, grow, discover hope, be encouraged, and have the freedom to ask the tough questions raised by chronic pain and illness.
Mental Wellness support Groups
Anxiety and Depression Support Group
Living with anxiety and depression can be exhausting and confusing . This support group will be a safe place to find hope and encouragement through connecting with others. Together we will find new ways to reduce symptoms , develop new strategies and increase wellbeing.
The National Alliance On Mental Illness is a United States-based advocacy group originally founded as a grassroots group by family members of people diagnosed with mental illness. NAMI identifies its mission as being “dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.” NAMI trained leaders partner with Mariners to facilitate groups on the basics, peer to peer, and family of those affected my mental illness.
A peer to peer support group for people with Bipolar and depression.
The mission of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is to provide hope, help, and support to improve the lives of people living with depression or bipolar disorder. DBSA pursues and accomplishes this mission through peer-based, recovery-oriented, empowering services and resources when people want them, where they want them, and how they want them.
First Responders Fellowship
First Responder Fellowship is a confidential and safe place for All Active and Retired First Responders to experience strength, hope and healing from the unique trauma’s we face. A community for those of us who live with PTSI.
Law Enforcement, Firefighters, EMT’s, Paramedics, Dispatch, Emergency Department Doctors and Nurses, Active Military and Veterans welcome.
Registration required contact [email protected]
Led by Linden Attention Learning Center, no registration required, walk-ups encouraged
Come join a safe environment to talk about the challenges inherent in living with ADD, so that you can more fully access your strengths.