Support Groups

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Support Groups at Peace Lutheran


“Accept one another just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to Christ.” Romans 15:7

Peace Lutheran offers a number of support groups, some of which are a direct ministry of the church and others that meet at Peace on a regular basis.  Often it is those who have similar experiences who are best able to listen to and offer care to others who are faced with challenges. From time to time other support groups form around specific needs.

For information, review the descriptions below or call 361-3683.

Addiction Support Groups — Peace Lutheran encourages ongoing addiction recovery by providing space for 12-step support groups to meet on a weekly basis at the church.  These groups are member-led and self-directed.

Alcoholics Anonymous — There are two AA meetings each week: Saturday mornings at 10:00 and Thursday evenings at 7:00. Each group meets in the RST Room.

Narcotics Anonymous — NA meets once a week, on Thursday evenings at 8:15 p.m., in the RST Room.

Al Anon Family Group
 — The Al-Anon group meets on Saturday mornings at 10:00, in the UV Rooms.

Gamblers Anonymous — GA meets every Monday evening at 7:30 in Room D.

Grief Support Group — Participants are given opportunities to discuss various aspects of recovering from grief and loss situations, particularly the deaths of family members or friends. 

Prayer Shawl Group — The Peace Prayer Shawl Ministry is a small group of women who turn their love of knitting and crocheting into a prayer ministry for the benefit of members of Peace Lutheran Church. Read more about this ministry here.

Mothers of Multiples — This group, designed for mothers who have twins, triplets, or other multiples, meets on the first Tuesday of the month, from September through May.

Pulmonary Hypertension Support Group — This group meets monthly on the fourth Tuesday, in the Shalom Room, from 11:30 a.m. to  1:30 p.m. It is open to those suffering pulmonary hypertension or other pulmonary diseases, and their primary caregiver. Group members are most often referred by physicians; sessions are led by group members.