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Support Groups

New Day for Children of Divorce
Directional support group for children and families going through divorce

New Day

Is your child experiencing any of the following symptoms that you think might be related to a recent or past divorce?

  • Problems at school with peers or teachers
  • A drop in grades Anxiety Moodiness
  • A change in sleep patterns
  • A change in appetite
  • Depression
  • Excessive emotions: anger, happiness, fear, etc.
  • Lack of emotion or indifference
  • Problems at home
  • Other unexplained changes in behavior

New Day is a directional support group for families of divorce. Registration is required prior to attending. Please visit for details, or call CenterPoint Counseling at 252-5518.

Grief Group
Care and support for those who are grieving offers a shared time to process loss

Grief Support Group


This group for those who are grieving offers a shared time to process loss. We are companions to each other as we walk along this challenging path.

We invite you to join us after church on the first and third Sundays of each month. Come once or every session as your schedule allows.

In the meantime, please check out this resource for those who are experiencing grief or mourning.

For more information, contact Rev. Marsha Hutchinson, (317) 508-3653.


Parkinson’s Support Group
Care and support for those caring for loved ones

Parkinson’s Support Group

The Parkinson’s Support Group for those with Parkinson's and their loved ones meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 11:00 a.m. to noon in Room 112.

Visit The Michael J. Fox Foundation website for information about Parkinson's research and other resources.

For more information, contact Rev. Marsha Hutchison, (317) 508-3653

Depression and Bipolar Support Group
Care and support for those suffering from depression and biolar disorder

Depression and Bipolar Support Group


ROOM 301

Groups are free, confidential, and open to people living with depression or bipolar disorder, and those who believe they may have one of these mood disorder. Family, friends and caregivers are also welcome. No registration needed. Contact group leader, Liz, at (317) 716-9853.