8:30, 9:45, 11:00 am
Together we are a community of faith. When one suffers we all are affected.
Prince of Peace offers several support groups to provide a safe and caring environment on the path to healing and wholeness. Groups are led by trained facilitators with expertise in each area of support.
Upcoming Support Groups | Prince of Peace Support Groups | Community Support Groups
Please call Prince of Peace at 952‐435‐8102. On‐call Ministers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
All support groups are ongoing and open to anyone. Drop-ins are always welcome.
Download a copy of our Support Group brochure
Are you struggling with an addiction or self‐defeating behavior that detracts from the quality of life of you or a loved one? This group shares their experience, strength and hope with each other.
CONTACT: Kay E., 952‐649‐9514
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial and apolitical. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their drinking problem.
CONTACT: Greater Minneapolis Intergroup, 952‐922‐0880 (24/7 phone support), aaminneapolis.org
ACA is a Twelve Step, Twelve Traditions program for people who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes.
CONTACT: Carolyn Schulte, 952‐447‐3738
Sometimes it’s helpful to receive support from those who know what it’s like to go through loss or live with a health concern. Sessions are facilitated by community health agency professionals.
CONTACT: Beth Remarcke, MA, LMFT Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, 952‐431‐3409
In partnership with DARTS, Caregiver Support provides a safe, supportive environment where family caregivers come together to discuss concerns with trained facilitators and to learn from others caring for a loved one.
CONTACT: Vicki Patterson, Licensed Social Worker, 651-234-2255
Tuesdays, 6:30-8 pm
Emotional Wellness Support Group (formerly called Depression Support Group) provides group education and support — not clinical treatment. Any adult is welcome to attend to find support in dealing with difficult emotions, increase self-awareness, gain insight, develop social-emotional skills, seek to change negative behavior patterns, and improve relationships with self, others and God.
Spiritual Care Minister
Grief Support opens the door to healing by providing safe, confidential, Christ‐centered support for adults who have experienced the death of a loved one. Weekly guest speakers address an aspect of the grief process. Following the speaker we break into small groups for sharing and support.
PFLAG supports parents, family, allies and friends of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons. We are a place of love and acceptance with members from all walks of life. Following a presentation on a topic of interest, we break into small groups for parents and family, friends and allies, GLBTQ, and straight spouse.
Parkinson’s Disease Support offers an opportunity for you or someone you help care for to connect with others affected by this condition to learn, share experiences, and offer mutual support. We begin with a presentation on a topic of interest and break into separate small groups for those living with PD and their family members/caregivers.
Additional Resource: First Hand Help website, 763‐545‐1272
Every other Monday from 6:30-7:30 pm in the CLC Welcome Center
Divorce Support welcomes all struggling with the process of divorce. We offer safe, confidential, Christ-centered small group emotional and educational support led by a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. Individualized meetings are available for those who would like one on one support. Resources are also available for family members of those going through divorce.
CONTACT: Email Katri Balfanz for dates and location of meetings.
Meets the second Wednesday of the month, 2:00-3:00 pm, October – March
Build a support system with people who understand.
This support group for people with dementia provides information, resources and support directly to the person impacted. Alzheimer’s Association® support groups, conducted by trained facilitators, are a safe place for people with dementia to develop a support system, exchange practical information on living well with dementia, learn about community resources, and talk through issues & concerns.
For questions and to schedule a screening, contact: Kari Snyder, Senior Adult Ministries, at 952-898-9357 or by email.. For additional information on Alzheimer’s support groups, please contact the Alzheimer’s Association at www.alz.org.
Al‐anon/Alateen Support Group
Growing Through Loss Coalition
National Association of Mental Illness Dakota County
Parkinson’s Disease Support Group – Augustana Regent
Spiritual Care Minister
SATURDAY | 5:30 pm
SUNDAY | 8:30, 9:45, 11:00 am
WEDNESDAY | 6:00 pm
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