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Restorative Groups


"He restores my Soul"

A great way to emotionally recover from a pandemic?? (among other things!)

Join a safe community!

Join a Restorative Group if you are weary, wounded or wandering...

Restorative groups help us go beyond labeling our unhealthy patterns as "just the way I am", to becoming honest about our wounds, fears, and weaknesses. They are for people who are weary of trying to hold it together.  They are designed to help us move away from shame and blame, and move towards mental, emotional, spiritual, and relational health and ultimately live in the freedom promised by Jesus.

Most groups include "homework", reading a portion of a book and answering workbook questions to discuss during the group meeting. 

  • We offer groups for men and women

  • Groups vary each quarter - 
             let us know if you don't see the one you want

  • There is a $20 materials/participation fee per in-person group

  • Groups meet at various facilities TBD each quarter.

Register by clicking below or by email:


             (include group choice and contact information)

             Please email or call with any questions!

All three WINTER 2024 groups have concluded and groups are currently on a temporary break until Fall

Her Journey – For victims of abusive relationships, whether currently or long ago. Domestic abuse is a pattern of behaviors used to gain and maintain power and control in an intimate relationship. Re-gain your confidence, voice, and identity while finding hope and healing. (No fee - donations welcome)

Women's Group

This group is ongoing, meets weekly. Please call any time of year to join!

To register and get details for a local or online group, please call ARMS (Abuse Recovery Ministry and Services) 866-262-9284.

  Other Subjects/Groups Offered in the Past - email us to request

  and/or get on our waiting list for future

  1. Anger

  2. Boundaries: Boundaries define who you are and who you are not.  Learn how to identify and maintain healthy boundaries with your parents, spouse, children, co-workers and yourself.  Learn when to say "yes" and how to say "no" to take control of your life.

  3. The Cure: Learn to let go of impossible standards we've created (thinking they are God's) that cause the judging, comparing, faking, cynicism, mistrust, and conflict we experience with others.  Find freedom from performance-based living and the shame it breeds.

  4. Breaking Free: One of the painful effects of divorce, alcoholism, drug abuse, workaholism, and similar problems in our family of origin, is codependency: the compulsion to rescue and control others.

  5. Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: Discipleship that deeply changes your relationship with God

  6. Family Grace (Co-ed Group): A faith-based support group for family and friends of those who are experiencing mental health difficulties. 

  7. Forgiving Others: What it is, and What it's not

  8. The Art of Forgiving: When you need to forgive and don't know how. Forgiveness releases us to experience more of the joy and growth we were intended to experience.

  9. Hurting Moms

  10. Boundaries For Your Soul:  How to turn overwhelming thoughts and feelings into your greatest allies.

  11. Recovering from the Losses of Life

  12. Tired of Trying to Measure Up: Find freedom from performance-based living and the shame it breeds by learning to live in grace.

  13. Soul Care: "Everyone needs a healthier soul." Dr Rob Reimer

  14. Soul Food: You feed your stomach with food, but what do you feed your soul? We try to fill our hungry soul with things or people, which brings some satisfaction but only for a while. You are invited to join a community where we share our journeys, hurts and celebrations, while feeding our souls with lasting, satisfying truth from God's Word.

  15. Hunger For Healing: An in-depth look into the "how-to's" of working the 12 Steps for spiritual growth and healing, leading to being changed by a loving, supportive God.

  16. Changes That Heal: Explore changes needed to make lasting healing: bonding to others, establishing boundaries, sorting out character strengths and weaknesses.

  17. The Missing Commandment: How loving yourself the way God does can bring healing and freedom to your life.

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