Care

In John 21:16, Jesus asks Peter if he loves him. When Peter answered “Yes,” Jesus told him to “take care of my sheep.” In like manner, because of our love for the Shepherd, LifeBridge demonstrates that love by providing care to our congregation and community in the following ways: counseling, support groups, celebrate recovery, prayer, funeral services, grief care, hospital visits, handyman ministry to widows, elder care, and shepherding to those in need.

Counseling

A variety of Biblically-based counseling services are offered to individuals, couples, and families on a short-term or long-term basis.

Counseling is provided for depression, anxiety, relationship issues, anger management, seeking God, or anything that concerns you. We always make an effort to pair you with a team member who is experienced in your specific need. Counseling is available in individual, couple, and family sessions to anyone in the church or our community. All appointments are confidential, kept in a timely manner, and run approximately 45 minutes.

Schedule (appointments required): Mondays: 6-8 p.m. at the church office. Other times are available by appointment.

Support Groups

Support groups provide a place of comfort, healing, hope, and training for those who are experiencing life’s difficult challenges. Participants learn the Biblical truths of healing through Christ. Support groups available:

  • Fear, Anxiety, and Depression
  • GriefShare
  • DivorceCare Adults
  • Managing Anger
  • Men’s 12 Step Program

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered and biblically based 12-step recovery program focusing on God’s healing power through fellowship with others. By working the 12 steps and the eight Beatitude Principles, issue groups open up, share experiences, and explore hope. At Celebrate Recovery, we discover and heal from the hurts, habits and hang-ups that keep us from experiencing God and living well with others.

  • Hurts: The feeling of being hurt is an emotional reaction to another person’s behavior, or to a disturbing situation (abandonment, co-dependency, divorce, or relationship issues).
  • Habits: A habit is an addiction to someone or something (food, gambling, sex, shopping, relationships, pornography, abuse, smoking, money, alcohol, or drugs).
  • Hang-ups: Negative mental attitudes that are used to cope with people or adversity (anger, depression, un-forgiveness).

Celebrate Recovery Thursday Night Weekly Schedule:

  • 6:30 p.m. – Worship and Lesson
  • 7:30 p.m. – Break, coffee, and snacks
  • 7:45 p.m. – Small Group Meetings
  • 1st Thursday of the month only: Complimentary meal at 5:30 p.m.