Life can be challenging. We're here to help with encouragement, resources and support groups. See below for group information or call the church office for more information at (908) 674-0340.
Monday, 8 pm
Adults of all ages meet to deal with the disease of alcoholism, share their experiences, and help each other stay sober. Contact the church office.
Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church hosts a professionally led 12-week depression workshop. The workshop guides participants in discovering a blueprint for restoring emotional health and rekindling hope that is both biblically and psychologically sound. Please contact Anne Havrilla for the next session dates and to learn more.
If you are separated or divorced, you don't have to go through it alone. Find help, discover hope, and experience healing at DivorceCare, a divorce recovery support group. Meet with others who know what you are experiencing, find support and practical information on topics like anger, financial survival, caring for your child(ren), loneliness, new relationships and more.
DivorceCare meets at Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church and area churches on a rotating basis. The group meets on Tuesdays at 6:45 pm in the Amos Room of Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church from March 20 through June 12. New participants are welcome at any time. Registration is requested, but not required. Register here. For more information, contact Joyce Rogina or call the church office at (908) 647-0340.
Monday, 7 pm
Grieving the loss of a loved one is a difficult process. GriefShare support group connects you with people who understand exactly what you are going through. The support group meets at on Monday evenings at 7 pm in the Lounge. Contact the church office (908-647-0340) for more information.
Thursday, 7 pm
Liberty ACA is a 12-step program for adults who grew up in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional home. In a mutually respectful, safe environment, participants acknowledge their common experiences. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good Samaritans prepare and deliver hot meals to families who need help due to an illness, new baby or temporary crisis. Please contact Linda Taylor for more information.
Homemade, frozen meals are available through Shepherd's Pantry. Please feel free to take a meal to a friend, neighbor or co-worker who needs support. Contact email@example.com for information.
Find comfort and encouragement from other women coping with the loss of their partners at Next Steps, a support and social group. Please contact the church office for more information (908) 647-0340.
In one-on-one relationships, Stephen Ministers love and care for people who are going through difficult times and need someone to talk to. All calls and visits are kept strictly confidential. Stephen Ministers are trained to help when you are mourning, worrying about your job, going through a divorce, feeling alone, and chronically or terminally ill. For more information, please call the Referrals Coordinator at (908) 507-7739.