Why join a group/support group?
Life brings every one of us a storm of one sort or another. One of God’s greatest gifts to us in the midst of the storm is a gift of each other. We offer community groups and support groups so that nobody will have to walk alone, suffer alone, grieve alone, or struggle alone. Through it all, we experience the goodness and grace of God … together.
The groups listed below are part of our Hope Harbor program, which at its core is simply a group of people coming together to find Hope and Healing.
There are several different classes and support groups available on Monday evenings through Hope Harbor.
All classes begin at 6:30pm. You may register online or at the first class attended.
Childcare is available for children birth to five years. To register for childcare, click here.
On Mondays, a meal is served from 5:30-6:25pm.
We can always use volunteers to help prepare, serve and/or clean up. If you are willing to help, please click here.
We look forward to meeting you!
This support group is designed to help single parents discover how to deal with the deep-down worries and day-to-day struggles of raising kids. Meet with other single parents to learn and discuss some amazing parenting strategies and hope-filled insights. From the makers of DivorceCare and GriefShare, this is a video-based curriculum with group discussion. You may join at any time.
Classes are held on Mondays from 6:30-8:30pm in room 306/308 (enter Door B).
Our Fall 2017 Session dates are September 11 – December 11.
For more information and to register, click here.
DIVORCECARE – Divorce hurts! Find hope. DivorceCare is a seminar and support group for people who are separated or divorced. You will be with people who understand what you’re going through and find help to put the pieces of your life back together.
Our Summer 2017 Session will be held on Mondays, May 1 – July 10, 6:00-8:00pm in room 400 mid. No meal or childcare will be available during our summer session. DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) is also not available during the summer. For more information and to register, click here.
Our Fall 2017 Session will be held on Mondays, September 11 – December 11, 6:30-8:30pm in room 400 mid. You may join at any time. For more information and to register, click here.
DC4K – DivorceCare for Kids is a special group created to help children from ages 5 to 12 heal from the pain caused by the separation or divorce of their parents. We meet on Mondays from 6:30-8:30pm in room 500 south. Kids may join at any time.
Our Fall 2017 Session runs from September 11 – December 11. An orientation for parents will be held prior to class from 6:10-6:30pm on September 11 and 18.
For more information and to register for DC4K, click here.
Our Summer 2017 session will meet on Mondays, June 5 – July 31, 6:30-8:00pm in the 100 wing. To register, click here. There is no meal or childcare available for the summer session.
GRIEFSHARE – Grief hurts. Find hope. This seminar/support group is designed to help people journey through the grief of the loss of a loved one to a place of hope. You may join at any time. For more information about GriefShare, click here.
GriefShare will be offered on Mondays from 6:30-8:30pm, in room 606 (enter Door O-office entrance and take elevator to the 2nd floor). To register, click here.
Our Fall 2017 Session runs from September 11 – December 11.
The following is a listing of additional adult opportunities, including groups and support groups that meet at various times during the week. You may also check out classes being offered at Fair Haven.
Enjoy some Precious Time with Other Women
Connect, laugh, learn, grow, and be encouraged!
Please join us. We would love to have you come!
Women’s Ministry Evenings offer time to connect with other women as well as a timely teaching and small group discussion. As Pam speaks to us, woman-to-woman, she will share on a topic sure to touch your life. Please join us, and bring a friend!
Third Tuesdays of the Month
6:30-8:30pm in The Rock (enter Door L)
No cost — all are welcome!
A fresh new year lays out before us, full of possibilities! Let go of disappointments of the past year and look ahead to all God has for you in the year to come. No matter your age and stage in life, there is in you untapped potential and purposes yet to fulfiill! Come expecting to have your heart jump-started and fresh vision ignited in a large group teaching and table-talk discussion time. Please invite a friend who needs this message to join you!
Count it All Joy. Ladies, join us for an evening of encouragement and fresh reminders of the power of maintaining joy in the midst of life’s hard places. Enjoy large group teaching and table-talk discussion time. We have a place just for you!
Our topic this month is one that we all struggle with to one degree or another – WORRY. We will have an honest, encouraging group teaching on the subject that offers helpful answers, laying out a path that leads us from anxiety and worry to one of faith and freedom – putting the power of the Word to work in us! Be a part of “table-talk” as you relate and connect with other women.
Ladies, please join us for our Spring Thing event. Enjoy special music, hors d’oeuvres and a dessert buffet. Your heart will be challenged and encouraged by the message: Beautiful Days ~ seeing glimpses of God in ordinary moments. This is our last time to meet this season. We will resume Women’s Ministry Evenings on September 19.
Mom’s Day Out is on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from September 21 through May 17 (with the exception of April 5 for Spring Break) from 9:00am-12:00pm. Drop your children (ages 6 weeks to age 5) off for a time of fun while you take some time out for you! Run your errands, meet with friends or just have some time to yourself! Cost for multiple children in the same household are as follows: $8 for one child, $12 for 2 children and $15 for 3 children. Cash and Checks (made payable to Fair Haven Church) will be accepted. Children may be dropped off in the nursery at 9am. Please Enter through door “F”.
Pre-registration is required for each date. To register your child(ren), click here.
Breaking Bread is a small group opportunity for individuals or families attending Fair Haven to get to know each other on a more personal level. Every three months, groups consisting of three households will be connected and will coordinate where and when they will meet over the next three months. Each group will have a volunteer lead who will help coordinate and communicate to the group. We encourage each household within the group to rotate “hosting” once a month. You can choose to open up your home, meet at a local park or restaurant, go bowling, roller skating etc. Groups can decide if they want to meet and include children or have an adult night together. After three months, there will be a new opportunity to sign-up, and groups will be shuffled and reassigned. Sign up during the months of January, May, and September.
Senior Fellowship is a ministry for seniors where there is an emphasis on doing life together in worship, fellowship, and service. There’s no upper or lower age limit on this group. All are welcome on the second Tuesday of the month from 1:30-3:00pm. Meetings are held in The Rock (enter Door L).
Come and join us as we pray for things that are on our hearts – personal needs, family, community, and country, to name a few. We believe praying together makes a difference and that prayer is the most powerful weapon a Christian has. Everyone is welcome, and you may join anytime.
Wednesday mornings, 10:00am, room 408
3rd Wednesday of each month
7:00pm in The Rock (enter Door L)
You are invited to join us as we host a time of prayer with our community, learning to pray from our Kingdom perspective, calling heaven to earth.
Knitting Ministry meets on the second Tuesday of the month from 9:00am-12:00pm in room 306/308. All levels of knitting experience welcome. Create prayer shawls, scarves, and caps for individuals with long term illness, grief, or those in need. Teaching instruction available. Meets all year. Come when you can! Questions? Contact Jackie.
Quilting Ministry meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month from 8:30am-12:00pm in room 209/211. Meets all year. Enjoy friends as you create quilts for area hospitals and individuals experiencing trauma. Come when you can! Questions? Contact Liz.
Common Grounds Men’s Group meets on Wednesday mornings from 9:00-11:00am in room 213/215
Adult men with and without disabilities gather for coffee, doughnuts, and camaraderie. Meets all year. Questions? Contact Tom.
Memory Loss Support Group meets the second Thursday of every month from 1:00-2:00pm in room 410/411. This group is open to all without cost.
This group provides care, support, and resources for family members who are caring for a loved one with Alzheimers/dementia-related diseases (room 410). Supervised care is also provided for the person suffering from memory loss (room 411). Questions? Contact Gloria.
Military Support Group is designed to uplift, help, and encourage military families. Questions, contact Kristi.