We Are Not Meant to Go Through Struggles Alone
A church family deals with life issues together. We all need a group that cares about our health, our healing, and our spiritual growth.
About Care Groups
Harborside Christian Church offers Care Groups, designed for God’s people to hold each other up in times of trials, and to help move forward in this life together. Care Groups meet each individual at whatever spiritual level they are in order to promote health, healing and a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Join a group to get the care you need or give the care to those who need it most.
An opportunity for freedom from hurts, habits and hang-ups. Celebrate Recovery offers a weekly opportunity to fellowship and celebrate God’s healing power through the “Eight Recovery Principles.” Share groups are available for abuse, addiction, codependency, depression and other life struggles.
If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. GriefShare is led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help.
Surviving the Holidays
Nov 5 & Dec 3 | 1:00pm
This group offers direction and encouragement to couples who are tired of living on the edge in their relationship and want to move to a relationship that thrives. Discussions, testimonials and exercises are used to build a couple’s skills in areas of communication, trust, forgiveness, intimacy and prayer.
Taking the concept of a prayer closet, this offers the valuable alone time we need for prayer and worship in an on-campus setting. This room will be for anyone wishing to escape the hectic daily schedule and set aside time to dive into the word, be in communion with the Father and listen to the soft worship music playing overhead.
This care group is a monthly support call for men who have been unfaithful in their marriages. A rebuilder is a man who acknowledges his wrong and is attempting to heal (rebuild) himself, his spouse and his family. Successful rebuilders are resilient, realistic and respectful in their approach to a restored marriage.
As a special needs parent, you may be struggling with difficult feelings including grief, anger, confusion and overwhelm, as I have. I hope you’ll consider coming to this safe place to explore how God can work through the most difficult life circumstances, equipping you, transforming you and yes, blessing you and others.
Connect with other Christian woman whose husbands are not believers. Here, we join together lifting each other and our spouses up in prayer. Our goal is not just to survive, but to thrive in our spiritually-mismatched marriages. This is a safe place, where you will be loved and your husband will be respected.
The walk to Emmaus Group is for individuals seeking a greater walk with God through spiritual growth. It is an invitation to anyone who has a relationship with Jesus Christ to experience a wonderful weekend of God’s love. This group is open to those who have already been on a Walk to Emmaus or anyone seeking information about attending in the future.