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) 647-0340.
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.
To learn more about the next DivorceCare series, contact the church office at (908) 647-0340.
It hurts to lose someone you love. The journey of grief is a painful process, but you do not need to walk it alone. GriefShare connects you with others who have experienced loss and understand what you are going through. GriefShare is a 13-week seminar and support group.
In GriefShare, you will learn how to cope with the normal emotions that come when grieving a death, and to recognize the symptoms of being stuck in grief. Learn valuable information to help you face life situations, and gain renewed hope for the future. Each DVD session features nationally respected grief experts and real-life stories, followed by small group discussion.
To learn more about the next GriefShare series, contact Scott Pfluger or call the church office at (908) 647-0340.
Thursday, 6:45- 8:15 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. The group gathers on Thursday evenings in the Amos Room of Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church at 6:45 pm. Meetings start at 7 pm and close at 8:15 pm, followed by a brief fellowship. For more information, contact LibertyCornerACAGroup@gmail.com.
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 due to an illness, new baby or temporary crisis. To learn more or to volunteer to prepare food, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
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.