Support & Recovery is the mid-week recovery and encouragement ministry of LifePoint Church. Throughout the year Support & Recovery provides an opportunity for people to find hope, help and healing in their lives. Whether you’re dealing with grief, boundaries or substance recovery or more, you’ll find the tools, resources, and support you need to help you through this season.

Spring Session

Begins April 30

We have three 10-week main sessions each year: Fall, Winter, and Spring. On-going support groups meet weekly, on and off session.

Worship Begins at 6:30 p.m., classes at 7:00 p.m.

There is no cost to be part of Support & Recovery and in addition, during the main sessions, we offer a free meal each Tuesday before Support & Recovery begins. Meals are served at 5:30 p.m.

Winter Classes

Grief Recovery

Materials: "Recovering from Losses in LIfe"
Format: Small Group

Grief Recovery is a 10-week group which helps one break through the difficult process of grief, allowing one to identify, experience, and walk through the pain of a great loss. With support, teaching, and processing, one can find their way toward hope and healing, using these new tools to experience peace and acceptance.

Life Coping Skills II

Materials: "Learning to Tell Yourself the Truth"
Format: Small Group

Do you struggle with emotions, such as, depression, anxiety, fear, guilt, or worry? Do you hear
nagging thoughts saying: “You’re not enough!”, “You will never get it right!”? If so, this class will give you life
coping skills to help encourage you as you work to replace misbeliefs and faulty coping skills in your life. This is
the first part of a two part group; Life Coping Skills II will take place the during the Spring Session (April
30-June 11, 7-week session). In order to maximize your growth in this class, it is recommended that you
do not take this class with your spouse or immediate family member.

Men's On-Going Recovery

Materials: "TBD"
Format: Large & Small Group

On-going recovery for men is a year-round program based on the 12 steps. This program is Biblically based on the "Higher Power" of Jesus Christ. We are a program that specifically finds sobriety from alcohol and substance abuse. One will learn how the power of Jesus and His Word brings strength, forgiveness, and accountability. This is a great place if you are seeking help from some difficult life circumstances.

Friends and Family Support

Materials: How Al-Anon Works
Format: Small Group

Addiction is a family disease. Loved ones of people struggling with addiction have a unique set of challenges that you deal with every day. If you are a friend or family member of someone struggling with addiction, come find the support and encouragement you need as you walk through this season.

Turning Point

Materials: "Open"
Format: Small Group

This group is for men looking for a safe place to talk about the struggles of maintaining purity from sexual addiction, pornography, etc. No judgment here, just a place to get real support and accountability.

Women's On-Going Process Group

Materials: "Life Recovery Workbook"
Format: Large & Small Group

On-going recovery for women is a weekly, year-round, program based on the 12 steps. This program is Biblically-based on the “Higher Power” of Jesus Christ. One will learn how the power of Jesus and His Word brings strength, forgiveness, and accountability. This is a great place if you are seeking help from some difficult life circumstances. (On-going recovery includes drug and alcohol recovery)

Love and Respect

Materials: Building Blocks/Love and Respect Textbook
Format: Large Group Teaching/Small Group Processing

Would you like to strengthen your marriage? Have you been feeling unloved or disrespected? Research reveals that during marital conflict, a husband most often reacts unlovingly when feeling disrespected, and a wife most often reacts disrespectfully when feeling unloved. Though we all need love and respect equally, the felt need differs during conflict. Come join other couples to learn to navigate conflict more productively.

Get R.E.A.L. for Teens

Materials: Provided
Format: Small Group

Get R.E.A.L. is for High School students (9th-12th grades) and uses a variety of materials in a small group format to address the many challenges students face such as addictions, anger, and self-image. We teach students coping skills to walk through their daily life.