Programs we offer
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(support group for moms of adult loved ones with disAbilities)
Circle of Friends
It is amazing to see the transformation of our culture come to an active and engaging one, where people are passionate and compassionate for those we serve. They see familiar faces in our volunteers out in the community and volunteers who have an experience know what to do when they see someone with a disability. Throughout the year, we not only hold several specific volunteer training sessions within the county with various groups, faith communities and Sunday School leaders, but before every Celebration we gather the volunteers (between 60-90 at each) and give them practical tips and tools for working with the population we serve. We answer questions and review skill sets that may help them engage with people beyond the event, in their own local communities.
Life Groups and Bible Study
Twice a month two different groups meet during the day in person to learn how to do relationships. They learn how to navigate the complexities of doing life together, and how to do everything from planning outings, calling/texting each other, how to be encouraging to one another, how to set boundaries, and how to work through difficult times that life throws at us, with grace and love. These two groups are the “Sparkling Angels” and the “12th Man for God”. These groups are led by Christiana Johnston and Darla Huxsahl.
We also have a Life Group/Bible Study that meets twice monthly on Zoom for shut-in’s, vulnerable populations, or those just unable to get out of the house. This group is led by Megan Harrell and Darla Huxsahl.