REAL TALK: Third Saturdays Sep-Nov, 2017
These emotional health workshops will be taught by Kelly Wright from 9am-12pm on the Columbia campus. They include stories, teaching, lunch, reflections, and hopeful encouragement! Real Talk workshops are open to anyone, so please invite friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers who might want to attend! The workshops are free and childcare is offered for a nominal fee.
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Recovery Ministry at Woodcrest exists to help hurting people find hope, healing, and health in Christ by breaking through the emotional barriers and addictive behaviors that keep us from relating fully with God and each other.
Thursdays 6:30pm- 8:30pm on the Columbia campus during our spring and fall semesters. Click INFO/REGISTER for details.
There are times when our lives or our relationships seem to be falling apart. Sometimes you may feel like there is no help for your situation. However, we believe there is hope! We offer you the opportunity to meet with church staff to discuss your situation.
Through this discussion they will help connect you to the community and to resources that can be a bridge to bring hope and healing to your life or relationship.
Whether you want to enhance your marriage, work on a difficult barrier, or simply find tools to help you prevent future problems, Marriage Matters will help you identify the next steps in your spiritual and emotional growth as a couple.
Wednesday 6-8pm on the Columbia campus during the spring and fall semesters. This is part of our Wednesday Night Group Life evenings.
Liberate: God's Desire For Us To Live Free Of Substance Abuse And Guilt is a group of women and men who offer a safe and confidential environment to help each person figure out what it looks like to honor God in their decisions about their use of alcohol or drugs. The group, led by volunteers with extensive experience in both the sobriety and emotional health components of Woodcrest Recovery Ministry, works to provide an environment for discussion, perspective and encouragement. Participation is limited to those who are examining their alcohol or drug use, but participants are not required to declare themselves as addicts or alcoholics, nor does the spiritual nature of our discussions require any profession of faith. This group meets year round on Thursdays at 6:30pm in Room 9.
We meet every Monday night in Room 11 from 7-8pm. This group is led by Robbin Kimbell. You are welcome if you are recently divorced or struggling with a divorce from years ago. We offer a safe place to process emotions and to gain support from others. Feel free to reach Robbin at 573-544-7290 as needed. This group meets year round.