Comfort and Care in Community
We offer several support and recovery groups at The Chapel. The groups exist to provide comfort, care, and understanding to those who are in need.
Divorce hurts. There is no greater emotional, spiritual, and physical loss that can equal the devastating pain of a failed marriage. People who have gone through or are going through a divorce need immediate and strong help. Their crisis requires people who not only can identify with the loss of divorce and the issues surrounding the loss, but who care deeply and desire to comfort.
That is one of the major reasons why The Chapel offers DivorceCare on Thursday nights. We are not interested in the whys, hows, and whats of your divorce. We are not interested in condemning or criticizing you. We are interested in providing a forum like DivorceCare where, in an environment of accountability built on unconditional acceptance, each person can face the issues of divorce with dignity and hope.
DivorceCare is a 13-lesson seminar and support group that deals with the issues facing a person going through separation and divorce. The group meets on Thursday Nights from 7-8:30pm in the Fireside Room at the CrossPoint campus. To register for DivorceCare, please arrive 15 minutes earlier than the start time of 7:00 pm, so you can register, purchase your workbook ($15), and grab a cup of coffee!
DivorceCare video sessions are designed to help you successfully travel the journey from sorrow to joy.
- What's Happening to Me?
- The Road to Healing & Help
- Facing My Anger
- Facing My Depression
- Facing My Loneliness
- What Does the Owner's Manual Say
- New Relationships
- Financial Survival
- Kid Care
- Single Sexuality
- Moving On
DivorceCare begins Thursday, September 3, 2015 and runs through Thursday, December 3, 2015.
Where: Fireside Room at the CrossPoint Campus
Please call Joe Grippi at 716.631.2636 x276 if you have any questions.
Those who are living cancer free, living in remission, or living with the disease are ALL survivors! But being cancer free isn't the same as living "free of cancer." Sometimes our lives are not characterized by the peace and hope God wants us to experience. Our aim is to provide a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere where we find comfort, compassion, and understanding. The Chapel's Cancer Care support group, Hope for the Journey, meets to mutually encourage one another to keep trusting God. Our aim is to focus on what we have in Christ, the REAL "Big C", rather than on what we have (or had) in the body!
If God has written cancer into your life, join us!
Please call Trish Stewart for meeting dates and times - 716.688.4775 or 716.572.3626
Set Free, our addiction support ministry, exists to provide a safe place, along with help and support, for anyone suffering from any addiction. This recovery group has Jesus Christ at the center and each step of the 12 Steps to Recovery Program is supported by passages of Scripture. There are many in this group who have achieved, through the grace of God, sobriety and recovery; some are just beginning the journey, while others have had sobriety for as long as 25 years.
Set Free at the CrossPoint Campus meets in the choir room every Tuesday evening at 7:30pm.
Set Free at the Lockport Campus meets Wednesday evenings at 25 Walnut Street in Lockport, NY. The meeting takes place at 6:30pm in the Shine room on the first floor. For more information, call 716.514.4050.
Hope for the Family
The purpose for Hope for the Family is to sow the seed of hope in the hearts of people who are affected by the addictive behaviors of loved ones. We take the Word of God and incorporate the Twelve Steps of Recovery to guide us through the healing process in order to restore hope to individuals, encouraging them to see that, through Christ, all things are possible. We welcome and give comfort to adult family members whose souls have been wounded and who have the courage to change.
Freedom Groups is a ministry that exists to provide a safe place, along with help and support, for men suffering from sexual addictions. This recovery group has Jesus Christ at the center and each step of the 12 Steps to Freedom is supported by passages of Scripture. Freedom Group meets on Thursdays in The Orange Conference Room at The Apex from 7:00pm – 8:30pm.
Pathway to Purity
Likewise for men with a sexual behavioral issue, Pathway to Purity provides anonymity and strict confidence within the group allowing for truth and honesty to be shared with others. We seek to learn how the Bible speaks directly to us and how it clearly guides us on our life’s journey. Pathway to Purity meets on Tuesdays in Room 323 of the CrossPoint Campus at 7:30pm.
Wives Recovery Group
For more information on these ministries, call The Chapel offices at 716.631.2636.