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.
We have three 10-week main sessions each year: Fall, Winter, and Spring. On-going support groups meet weekly, on and off session.
Check-in, Dinner, Childcare: 6:15p
There is no cost to be part of Support & Recovery and in addition, during the main sessions, we offer a free meal each Tuesday.
Living With Anxiety
Overthinking decisions, hesitating before acting, worrying about the worst-case scenarios, self-criticizing, fearing failure…. If any of these resonate with you, you’re not alone in the anxiety you experience! Join us as we learn how the brain processes anxiety, develop a practical set of tools to deal with our anxiety, and support each other. through our anxious experiences.
Women’s On-Going Process
On-Going Recovery is a year-round program based on the 12 steps. This program is biblically-based on the “Higher Power” of Jesus Christ. You will find a safe place for support and accountability, and learn how the power of Jesus and His Word brings strength, forgiveness, and freedom. We find our identity in Jesus Christ, not our struggles. This is a great place if you are seeking help for difficult life circumstances.
Men’s On-Going Recovery
On-Going Recovery 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. You will learn how the power of Jesus and His Word, along with the 12-Steps, brings strength, forgiveness, and accountability. This is a great place if you are seeking help from some difficult life circumstances.
Grief Recovery will help you break through the difficult process of grief, allowing you to identify, experience, and walk through the pain of a great loss. With teaching, support, and processing, you can find your way toward hope and healing, using new tools to experience peace and acceptance.