Support Groups

Support Groups


Making Peace with Your Past

Making Peace with Your Past is a support-group study to help adult children who grew up in dysfunctional families — particularly in homes in which one of the family members had emotional needs so strong that they disrupted the development of healthy relationships. » Learn More

GriefShare

GriefShare is a special support group for people grieving the loss of someone close. This group is facilitated by people who understand what you are experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult time. » Learn More

Divorce Care

If you’re struggling to deal with the pain of divorce and seeking direction for rebuilding your life, let Divorce Care help you.  Divorce Care is a support group designed to assist people as they move through the painful experience of divorce. » Learn More

Moving Beyond Your Past

For those who have already completed Making Peace With Your Past, this course is designed to help group members change present-day patterns from a painful past and take responsiblity for thier own emotional and spiritual wholeness. » Learn More

Afflictions of the Soul

Why is it that some Christians can handle even the most severe trials without losing their faith while others blame God? Examine fear, anxiety and depression as we experience them in times of crisis and how God's truth anchors and guides us through these times. » Learn More

Our Journey of Hope

A Biblically based cancer care ministry open to anyone ready to make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer. You will receive practical support and the hope of Christ, learning how to minister to everyone in our church and within our community affected by this illness. » Learn More

Living Well With Mental Illness

This weekly ministry offers hope and encouragement to those affected by mental illness, whether personally or through a loved one.   » Learn More

Military Support Group

The HHBC Military Support Group provides assistance and encouragement to troops and to the family members of those who are deployed or who have given their lives in the service of this country. » Learn More