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Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery utilizes the teachings of Jesus and biblical principles as the basis for a process that helps people work through the things that create difficulty in their lives. The truths that this process is based upon can help anyone deal with the things causing hurt in our lives, enabling us to recognize our hang-ups so we can move past them and overcome the unhealthy habits we have developed.

No One is Perfect Everyone is Welcome Anything is Possible

 

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Benevolence Ministry

The Benevolence Ministry meets the needs of those in our church family and community who are enduring hard times. This ministry strives to walk with an individual or family through whatever situation they are experiencing and to offer financial support and guidance, counseling, and spiritual mentoring.

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HOPE at Greenville Oaks

HOPE at Greenville Oaks provides the opportunity and support needed to process feelings associated with painful circumstances. By combining mental health concepts with biblical truths, spiritual and personal growth is promoted in a safe and confidential environment. HOPE is to model the healing ministry of Jesus Christ and to point those who are hurting to the One who can heal.

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. (Romans 15:13)

Loss and emotional pain will inevitably affect all of us at some point in time. Relationships promising joy and fulfillment can sometimes be a source of disappointment and grief. You or someone you know may be experiencing pain as a result of one of the following scenarios:

Troubled Relationships Lack of Relationship Loss of Relationship
Spouse, Child, Parent, Sibling, Boss, Friend, In-Law Spouse, Child, Parent, Sibling, Boss, Friend, In-Law Death, Miscarriage, Divorcing/Divorced, Separated, Broken engagement, Broken dating relationship, Job loss

HOPE is structured so that new people can begin at any gathering and remain in the group for the duration of their healing process.

Elise Thompson, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, leads HOPE in the Fireside Room on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Childcare is available.

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