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Alvin Campus Support Groups

“Surviving the Holidays” Events hosted at the 288 Campus
If you have been affected by the death of a family member or a divorce, planning to celebrate the holidays may be particularly difficult for you this year. Let us help you find hope and healing at one of our “Surviving the Holidays” classes offered at the 288 Campus. All participants will receive a helpful holiday devotional at the class. Find more details at the 288 Campus page.

 

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DivorceCare is a 13-week program that we offer at New Hope for those suffering the effects of divorce or separation. DivorceCare facilitators have lived through divorce and know firsthand the benefits of being in DivorceCare. The entire program is Bible-based and focused on healing through Jesus. Its approach is three-pronged with video-based teaching during class, the support of others in the group, and the learning from the participant workbook between group meetings. The fall session is currently meeting at the 288 Campus during the Sunday 9:45 service. Registration and questions about DivorceCare can be directed to Keri at

 

 

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Grief Workshop is a program to help people who are grieving. Anyone who has lost a loved one is invited to attend. The entire program is Bible-based and focused on healing through Jesus. Its approach is three-pronged with video-based teaching during class, the support of others in the group, and the learning from the participant workbook between group meetings. Grief Workshop began on Saturday, August 26th and meets during the 5pm service. To register for this group or if you have questions about Grief Workshop, please contact Keri at .

 

Please note: Select Support Groups are offered at our other campus locations. Visit our 288 Campus and Friendswood Campus Support Group pages for more information.