Hope for Minds & Hearts


Hope, Knowledge, Prayer & Support

Our Mental Health Ministry offers Christian fellowship to support individuals in our community impacted by mental health challenges. Small groups are designed to provide hope, knowledge, and prayers in a caring and safe environment. Meetings are Monday nights at 7 pm. Weekly gatherings will continue and be ongoing on Monday nights for both families who support a loved one (Room 202) and individuals who live with mental health challenges (Room 208). People are welcome to join anytime.

Mental Health Education Series

Meeting 7 pm on the 4th Tuesday in Room 158
July 28 - Topic: "Fear and Trembling: An Anxiety Management Workshop" with featured guest speakers: Thomas Barker M.S., LCMHC-A, NCC; Dr. Sharon Adams, D. Min, M.S., LCMHC; & Elizabeth Minton M.A., LCSW-A (Click to credentials and bios.)

Annual Topic Outline & Schedule

March 22 - Mental Health Overview: What do you think Christ would say about Mental Health challenges?
April 26 - Healthy Boundaries: What do boundaries have to do with Mental Health?
May 24 - Stigma & Shame
June 28 - Bipolar
July 26 - Anxiety
August 23 - Power of Empathetic Listening with Jennie Hopper
September 27 - Addiction: The Addictive Brain and How it Works
October 25 - Depression

January 24 - Eating Disorders
February 28 - PTSD
March 28 - Suicide
April 25 - Childhood & Adolescent Mental Health Issues

Watch our past community event with helpful resources and conversation: Transforming Minds: The Church's Role in Mental Illness and look for other ways to connect with the ministry.

Please call the Church Office at 704-847-6261 to learn more.