Connect with others as you seek the support you need in community with others doing the same.
Al-Anon - for men and women
Do you have a family member or friend who is struggling with an addiction and you don't know how to help them? This support group is for both men and women who have been affected by the painful rippling effects of a friend or family member’s addiction. It uses the Twelve Steps of Al-Anon. Contact: Bob | ext 1302
A supportive thirteen week group for those dealing with the pain of divorce that offers hope, healing and transformation.Topics include the road to healing, anger, depression, loneliness, new relationships, financial survival, kid care, single sexuality, forgiveness, reconciliation, and moving on. For other location options, check DivorceCare. Contact: Annie-Claude | ext 1300
Please check back in August for fall dates.
Cost: There is no fee for the group however, there is a $20 charge for the optional DivorceCare workbook that is used throughout the 13 weeks session.
Sexaholics Anonymous - for men
Sexual compulsion has so much shame attached to it in our culture and more men are finding themselves stuck in this addiction with smart phones. If you are finding yourself struggling in this area join with other men seeking sobriety on Sunday mornings at 7:30am.
For more information or to talk with someone contact Darren or (612) 860-8683.
Parents of LGBT Children
This group is designed to focus on God’s invitation for you in your relationship with your child. Through discussion, and a variety of spiritual practices we will open to God and His transforming Presence in our lives. If you are interested in joining this group, we ask that you please contact the Care department prior to attending as availability is limited.
Contact: Bob | ext 1302
This group is currently on summer break. Please check back in the fall for new schedule.
The Widows' Well
Historically, a well has been a place where women have gathered in community and could
draw not only water but encouragement from one another. Here, widows can come together
in a safe and nurturing environment that will allow them to continue to grow and learn in this season of life. It’s a place where women can say the name of their late husband and feel that others understand what it feels like to lose someone so close. Contact: Annie-Claude | ext 1300
Third Sundays, 12:45pm
The group will not be meeting on Father's Day, June 18
A group for men journeying together after the death of their spouse.
The group meets at the Birchwood Apartments in Maple Grove.
Contact: Ron or (763) 300-3504.
First & third Mondays, 7pm
Please call to confirm meeting dates as they may vary from the schedule from time to time.