Support

Support

groups and communities

If you’re processing personal issues or the struggles of a loved one, you are not alone. We invite you to join a community of others who share your experience. In community with others you will find understanding, care and support.

Bridge of Grace and Truth

A care community for LGBT+ and Families

2nd Tuesday 7 PM
Middleburg Heights Campus

Welcome to all who have questions about sexual identity and Christianity! How are we as individuals and as the Church called to respond? Whether you have personal, general or theological questions, our prayer is that you find helpful information and support through our Bridge of Grace and Truth support group.

Connect: dennis.barta@gracecma.org

Caregivers

2nd Sunday @ 2 PM
Middleburg Heights Campus

 

Connect: maryannfw@gmail.com

Chronic Pain

3rd Tuesday 7 PM
Middleburg Heights Campus

The purpose of the Chronic Pain Support Network is to connect and support people with chronic pain and those who love them. The CPSN runs on two tracks: one is where people interact with one another on a private Facebook page and the other is where people meet face-to-face. Either way, people meet and connect with others for encouragement, prayer and sharing practical helps. Anyone associated with Grace Church is welcome to join regardless of their pain experience.

Connect: dennis.barta@gracecma.org

Healing with Hope

Healing with Hope seeks to bring a caring presence and living reminder of God’s love following the loss of a loved one. We believe that no one should grieve alone and those members experiencing loss will be provided with continuous prayer, support and resources following the loss for the first year.

Connect: Jen Afech djafech@gmail.com

Infertility

1st Sunday 12 PM
Middleburg Heights Campus

Infertility Support Group

Connect: shanon.brenenstuhl@gmail.com

Living Hope

3rd Saturday 10 AM
Middleburg Heights Campus

Living Hope mental health ministry offers support to those living with mental illness and those in a close relationship with someone with a mental illness.

Connect: Karen Jarr 440-239-9423