Addiction, depression, anxiety, divorce, sexual sin, abuse . . . There is no issue in this life that’s too big for God — and you don’t have to face struggles and heartache alone. Find caring, Christ-centered support as you experience life’s challenges.

If you need financial assistance to cover workbook fees or class materials, we may be able to help. Contact Jerilyn to ask about scholarships for Recovery or Care & Support Groups.

Men’s Groups: Mondays, 6:00-8:30 pm

Women’s Groups: Tuesdays, 6:00-8:30 pm,

Journey Groups provide a safe place where your story of pain and abuse can be spoken, heard and redeemed. Your experiences with loss, abandonment, betrayal and shame impact your life and your hope for the future. Grow in understanding of your story and embark on a journey to greater freedom in Christ and more satisfying relationships with God and others. A 12-week commitment is required; plan on one hour of homework each week. Separate groups for men and women. $50 class fee includes workbook. Following The Journey Begins, you will be invited to continue exploring your story in The Journey Continues, another 12-week group that picks up where The Journey Begins leaves off.
For more information, contact: Jerilyn at 920.730.8383 ext. 368 or

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DivorceCare is no longer meeting at CTR, but groups meet at several churches in the Fox Cities:

Find help and support for the pain of separation and divorce. Each session includes a video featuring experts on the trauma of divorce, and practical steps for rebuilding your life. Class members spend time discussing the that night’s topic.


Fresh Hope is a biblically-based mental health growth and support group. If you are interested in Fresh Hope for Mental Health, there is a group that meets on Tuesday mornings from 10-11:30 AM at Refinery Church, 310 E. Main St Weyauwega. For more information contact Mike at 715.432.4895.

GriefShare is no longer meeting at CTR, but groups meet at several churches in the Fox Cities:

Anyone struggling with the loss of someone they loved is welcome. Whether it’s a recent loss, or a death that still affects you years later, you’ll find support and help from people who understand.