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Join a caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Childcare is available with prior registration.
A Hope Group is a Hope Mommies small group for women who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss (up to two years of age) at any point in their life. The weekly group times give you a safe place to share your stories with one another, pray together, ask questions, share moments of hurt and happiness, and together find that there is still hope after the death of our precious sons and daughters. The group meets for eight consecutive weeks.
The Living Grace Group: Meets every other Monday night at Irving Bible Church. This group is for those who have a mental illness.
Family Grace Group: Meets every other Monday night at Irving Bible Church. This group is for family members, friends, and caregivers who support individuals with serious mental disorders.
Nami is a 12-week course designed to educate families and caregivers of those with serious mental illness. You can visit namidallas.org for more information.
In eight engaging sessions, you’ll learn usable solutions for everyday living. Learn practical tips, discover steps to building a healthy family dynamic, and gain insight for raising your stepfamily with wisdom.
This is a confidential small group focused on finding hope and healing from sexual abuse. We offer groups for both teens and adults.
At Irving Bible Church, we provide several groups to help in times of hardship, however, we recognize that sometimes life’s circumstances require additional attention and care and we encourage people to seek additional professional help from a counselor during those times.
We work in connection and partnership with several area Christian counselors which are listed in a downloadable PDF. Please contact the individual therapist for appointment times, fees and other additional information.
Please note: Irving Bible Church does not guarantee the competence or quality of care given by each counselor listed, although we have worked closely with them and have referred individuals to them on a weekly basis. It is recommended that you ask several questions when selecting a counselor in order to find one that best fits your individual needs. It is your responsibility to ascertain the qualifications, therapy style, individual beliefs and personality of a potential therapist as you select one for your own care.
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