Pastoral Support

If you are struggling with anxiety, grief, depression and/or addiction please know that you don’t have to go through this alone. Our pastors and ministry leaders are available to support you in what you’re going through. Check out the support groups listed below or contact the church office at (402) 289-4440 to connect with one of our pastors who can provide one-on-one listening sessions, prayer and recommendations on counseling and other local resources.

Caregiver Support Group

Are you in need of emotional support, prayer, advice, or encouragement while caring for a spouse, parent or other loved one?

First Tuesday of the month, 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Fellowship Hall

Bethany has created a caregiver community for caregivers and loved ones can interact and learn from each other in a safe, supportive environment. Devotions and prayer accompany our time together.

Caregivers of adults with chronic physical or cognitive conditions such as Alzheimer’s, stroke, Parkinson’s, Spinal Cord Injuries and other illnesses share their own expertise and receive support, encouragement and prayer. By attending, we hope to empower caregivers to improve care for themselves. This group is open to the community.

Care for the Caregiver Event - Nov. 10
  • Tuesday, November 10
  • 6:30-8 pm
  • Chapel

Do you care for a loved one who is failing in health? Then join us for an evening of encouragement and support. Bethany’s Care & Wellness Ministry is hosting this special evening and will include live worship music, a guest speaker from ENOA, and a Q&A session with a panel of professionals and caregivers. We will also have refreshments and a time to connect with other caregivers.   

Whether you’ve been caring for a loved one for years or just starting the process, all are welcome!


Find a GriefShare group meeting near you

Grieving the loss of a loved one? You don’t have to walk this journey alone. Join GriefShare, a group of friendly and caring people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences.

What is GriefShare?

GriefShare is a 12 week, video-based, adult support group that focuses on education and support for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Whether your loss is recent or one that has taken place several years ago, you are welcome at GriefShare. Each week the group will address a new topic in relation to a person’s grief. In each session, there will be a 30-45 minute video followed by a group discussion about the evenings topic.

Loss of a Spouse Workshop: August 2 at Bethany

August 2 | 2-4 pm | Rm 301

Please Register Here

The death of a spouse brings a unique kind of pain. People who are widowed haven’t just lost a loved one, they’ve lost an entire lifestyle. That’s why the creators of GriefShare have developed Loss of a Spouse. This program was designed to focus on the unique challenges that grieving the loss of a spouse may bring. During this seminar you will be surrounded by caring and supportive people that understand what you are going through and you will be able to walk this journey together.

Loss of a Spouse is a two hour seminar that includes a short video followed by small group discussion. The video will give encouraging and practical advice from expert Christian counselors, pastors and other widowed men and women. You’ll also receive a booklet with devotional materials to help you find hope in God’s word, grief recovery exercises and journaling prompts.

Surviving the Holidays Seminar - Nov. 8
  • Surviving the Holidays – November 8
  • 2-4pm in the Gathering Place

Please register HERE.

After losing a loved one the holidays can be a very difficult time. Cherished traditions change, social events can be painful to attend and the overall happiness of the season can make you feel alone and isolated. Join us for a special seminar on how to survive the holidays when you are grieving the loss of a loved one. Whether it is a recent loss or one that happened several years ago you are invited to attend.

Surviving the Holidays is a two-hour seminar that includes a short video followed by small group discussion. The video is filled with practical holiday survival tips and the real-life stories of people who have navigated the season after their loved one’s death.  You’ll also receive the Holiday Survival Guide to take home and use as you go through the holiday season.

Alcoholics Annonymous

AA (Open Meeting) – Meets every Saturday at 7:30am in the conference room just off the west lobby.

Want to get involved? Have questions? Contact Kymberly.

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