Wednesday Nights, 6:45-8:30 p.m.
Starting January 15
PCPC recognizes increased divorce/separation rates as a growing challenge, so we desire to offer this ministry to the community. DivorceCare works to help those affected by divorce or separation to face the challenges and move towards rebuilding life. Don’t try to go through this alone. Here is where you’ll find caring people who understand the issues, begin the healing process, and receive God’s comfort and support.
|January 15||Session 1||What’s Happening to Me?|
|January 22||Session 2||The Road to Healing/Finding Help|
|January 29||Session 3||Facing My Anger|
|February 5||Session 4||Facing My Depression|
|February 12||Session 5||Facing Loneliness|
|February 19||Session 6||What Does the Owner’s Manual Say?|
|February 26||Session 7||New Relationships|
|March 4||Session 8||Financial Survival|
|March 11||Session 9||Kid Care/Single Sexuality|
|March 25||Session 10||Forgiveness|
|April 1||Session 11||Surviving the Holidays|
|April 15||Session 12||Reconciliation|
|April 22||Session 13||Moving On, Growing Closer to God|
Materials include DivorceCare Workbook and Daily Devotional. Cost is $25 (cash or check to PCPC at your first meeting). Registration coming soon. If you require childcare, reservations up to age 5 can be arranged by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 214-224-2771.
PCPC employees and facilitators promise to maintain the privacy of participants. Strict confidentiality rules are addressed at all meetings.