DivorceCare (South Austin)
You don’t have to go through a divorce or separation alone.
The people around you might not understand the pain you’re feeling right now, and it’s left you feeling as though a wall has come between you and your family or friends.
DivorceCare is a non-denominational weekly support group that uses Biblical teaching to step in the gap and help you find ways to rebuild your life. Our DivorceCare leaders understand what you are experiencing, and have a heart for what you’re going through.
At DivorceCare, you will become part of a small support group of people who are also experiencing separation and divorce. You’ll meet others who understand what you’re feeling and who can offer you encouragement. You’ll also have the chance to talk about what you’re learning. Many participants say these support groups are the most helpful part of the program.
Weekly Seminar Topics
What’s Happening to Me? The Road to Healing / Finding Help / Facing My Anger / Facing My Depression / Facing My Loneliness / What Does the Owner’s Manual Say? New Relationships / Financial Survival / Kid Care / Single Sexuality / Forgiveness / Reconciliation / Moving On / Growing Closer to God
DivorceCare meets weekly from 4:30 – 6:00PM on the South Austin Campus in the Abington Center Room 303. Childcare is not available.
For more information, contact Debbie Medlin, firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-892-2703, ext. 1225.
English as a Second Language
BBC offers free English classes for adults on our South Austin Campus.
Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced classes meet on Mondays from 9:30-11:30AM in the Education Center, Room 201, and again on Wednesdays from 6-7:30PM in the Education Center, Room 201 (childcare is provided).
Questions? Email email@example.com for more information.
Journey of Hope
Healing the Heartbreak of Abortion
The pain from a past abortion can affect a woman’s life in many different ways. It often leads to shame and loneliness. Many women hold this secret deep down inside. Alone. In silence. They lose interest in things they used to enjoy. They push people away. They avoid anything that reminds them of the abortion. They fall into deep depression or eating disorders. They become more promiscuous. Some even turn to drugs or alcohol, hoping to drown out the feelings they don’t know what to do with.
If you identify with any of these symptoms, you may unknowingly be suffering from post-abortion trauma. Would you like to be set free from the shame, the guilt, the pain? There is a way to find hope and healing from your abortion.
Journey of Hope is a ministry that reaches out to those who are struggling with a past abortion. We use an eight-week interactive Bible study that helps hurting women start the journey towards hope and healing. In a confidential environment, God is given room to gently work on hurting hearts, setting women free.
Contact Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org to start your journey. You can also find out more about volunteering with this ministry. All inquiries are confidential.
“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” Romans 15:13
Adults with Special Needs (South Austin)
The Friends Class is an Adult Growth Group that meets at 9:30AM on Sundays at our South Austin campus and is designed specifically for adults with special needs. In addition to Sunday morning Bible studies, the class meets monthly for social events such as bowling, dining and various other social events in the Austin area. To learn more about the Friends Class, stop by the South Austin campus Welcome Center or contact Amy Louis at email@example.com or 512.892.2703, x1237.
Deaf or Hard of Hearing
You are important to us. Your thoughts, your skills, your hopes, your contributions — they all have a place here.
We are committed to meeting the needs and ministering to the deaf and hard-of-hearing. We offer American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation during the 11AM service every week so that you can take part in worship with us. Interpreters are at the front right side of the Worship Center. Let us know if you don’t see one; we’ll help.
Deaf Impact Growth Group (South Austin)
Where: Room 107, Education Center
When: 9:30M every Sunday
This group is made up of a diverse group of people, including young adults, married adults, singles, hearing, hard-of-hearing, and deaf. We communicate through a variety of ways, taking the Gospel across any communication barriers and right to the heart. This group is led by Kimberly Davis.
For more information about the Deaf Ministry, contact Amy Louis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.892.2703, x237.
Friday Nights, South Austin Campus, at 7PM, Education Center Rooms 101-102.
The Education Center is located off of Convict Hill Road and Lochinvar Street, across from Covington Middle School. A parking lot is available behind the building with an entrance off of Lochinvar.
In this two minute trailer to the movie, “Home Run,” get a glimpse of how Celebrate Recovery’s mission to change those seriously affected by any hurt, habit, or hang-up keeping them stuck helped a professional baseball player. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAij-UmMEkg
No one lives beyond Jesus Christ’s outstretched Hand. There is always hope and a way to move forward.