Meet other families facing the unique challenges of blending a family. We meet to learn and grow together. We are couples at various stages of blending our families and we are focused on living life together through authenticity, truth, love, and grace. Pre-marital, newlyweds, not-so-newlyweds are welcome! Next meeting moved to Saturday, May 11th! For more information contact Kristine @ firstname.lastname@example.orgGroup Details
What is a Life Group?
A Life Group is a group of people who meet together on a regular basis to share life and grow in their faith together. These groups may be formed around a life stage, a topic, an activity, or common interest. There are several types of available Life Groups, including ones for students, men, women, married with or without kids, and care groups for mental health and divorce.
Check out the Life Group Finder below for a list of current Life Groups!
Current Life Group Opportunity:
Dinners for 6 :: on-going
Dinners for Six is a great way to connect and get to know others at CCC. The purpose is to meet new people, form new friendships, and get to know each other better. Six people (couples and/or singles) are grouped together, and over the course of three months, they will gather once a month to share a meal together. Email to sign-up or if you have questions!
It takes a long time and a lot of work to heal the pain that comes with the breakup of a marriage. DivorceCare is a weekly seminar and support group for people who are separated or divorced. Seminar topics include: What's happening to me? Facing my anger, The road to healing/finding help, Facing my depression, Facing my loneliness, Forgiveness and KidCare. We will be starting our Spring group March 5th and go through May 21st, meeting at CCC on Tuesdays from 6-8pm. A suggested $20 offering will be taken in class for the book. (Childcare is available!) Register at https://cccrochester.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/87/responses/newGroup Details
Griefshare provides help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member, or friend. This is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You don't have to go through the grieving process alone.Group Details
These Life Groups focus on the positive with each meeting ending in greater understanding and vision concerning mental health difficulties. While the Life Group does allow time to share with one another the great stories and challenges, the emphasis is on learning how to filter difficulties through God's grace and implementing the many practical skills and tools presented in each topic. Register here! For more information contact Andrea at email@example.comGroup Details
"Being a Caregiver for a loved one dealing with mental health difficulties is challenging. Caregivers need care also. "Family Grace" is peer support for Caregivers. Based on a combination of clinical and biblical truth, "Family Grace" is an opportunity to stabilize the foundation of mercy and grace Caregivers need in order to care well. In addition, when we strengthen our faith as Caregivers, this can have a transforming effect on the one(s) we care for with Christ-like love, support and counsel." Contact Christy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Group Details
When God & Cancer Meet is a study for women who need hope and encouragement on their cancer journey, whether newly diagnosed or long-term survivor, caregiver, or friend. Throughout the year we will be discussing Lynn Eib's books, "When God & Cancer Meet" and "Finding the Light in Cancer's Shadow". Join us as we study God's Word and experience God's peace, power, & presence together.Group Details