Support groups at Bethel International consist of people with common experiences and concerns who provide emotional, spiritual, and moral support for one another. Support groups provide comfort, compassion and support for people dealing with a range of life situations including trauma, grief, wellness and parenting. Support groups vary in format; some groups are facilitated by trained professionals/pastor, while others are peer-led and focus on shared experiences.
Please note that Support Groups are not the same as group therapy sessions. One of our pastors can direct you to trained mental health providers, depending on your needs. Groups are open to both members and the community. Contact a group leader to join at any time.
The Conversation Partners ministry matches Korean students with an English-speaking partner for casual conversation to practice language skills. Partners develop relationships and learn about the other’s culture, experiences and traditions.
Meeting Info and Location: Varies
Contacts: Rev. Miran Lee, 614.390.6333, firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Place, 614.486.9212, email@example.com
Kat Moser, 614.459.1610, firstname.lastname@example.org
This group is offered periodically in conjunction with the Bethel Christian Preschool ministry. Preschool parents meet during school hours to share experiences and learn about parenting topics. The group is open to anyone with preschool-aged children.
Meeting Info and Location: FLC Connections Café
Leaders: Michele Miefert, 614.483.9080, email@example.com
John Henderson, 330.635.6535, firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like to lead or learn more about life support groups? Contact John Henderson, young adults ministry/community life director, at email@example.com.