6000 Cooper Road, Westerville, OH
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6000 Cooper Road, Westerville, OH
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Support for Life
Support for Life

Hearts Restored Support Group

Tuesdays, 7-9pm

Hearts Restored is a faith-based outreach where you will find a safe, confidential place to share with other women who understand the devastating effects of sexual betrayal. We are engaged, married, separated, and divoreced women who do not judge each other but rather embrace that we are all on a similar journey with a common goal. Support is a huge part of our recovery. We have seen God do amazing things in our lives, bring healing and restoration. We are here to help you as others have helped us. This group is for and about you, not your spouse or partner. Sexual betrayal, whether it be pornography, emotional or extramarital affair(s), is traumatic and disorienting. Come let us reassure you that it is not your fault, that you wil make it through this, and that there is hope. We will share/discuss topics on some of the core areas for healing such as anger, identity, disclosure, setting boundaries, detachment, triggers, self-care, his repentance, forgiveness, and trust. 


Hearts Restored


 Tuesdays, Sept 3 - October 22


Cooper Road Campus



The experience of sexual betrayal is traumatic and disorienting. This 8-week class will feature teaching discussion, prayer and testimonies from women who have seen God work powerfully in their lives through their healing journey. We will cover topics that are foundational to God-led recovery including an overview of what true recovery looks like, the effects of trauma, establishing safety, self-care, building a support system, setting boundaries, detaching, accountability, managing triggers, finding hope and planning for the future. The workbook “Journey to Healing and Joy” will be used, and there will be weekly homework assignments. To help facilitate safety and community the class will be closed to new participants after the first session. Pre-Registration is required.

For more information please contact: Support for Life


August 28 - November 20


Cooper Road Campus

Cost: $15


GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. This 13-week co-ed discussion/support group is for those grieving the death of a loved one and can be joined at any time. 

For more information please contact: Chuck Clark

Understanding Life and Conflict God's Way

Begins Wednesday, September 4 


Cooper Road Campus


Life and conflict go hand in hand; it’s woven into the human fabric of each individual. Yet, many do not understand the dynamics of life and conflict from a biblical point of view as they live life with their spouse, family, and interact daily with people. Where does conflict in life come from, and how can we resolve conflict so as we can live in peace with God, ourselves, and others? Come and equip yourself biblically in understanding how to live life as we look into what God has to say about these basic yet misunderstood issues of life. 


For more information please contact: Walt

Integrity for Women

Thursdays, Beginning September 12


Cooper Road Campus


This group is for women who desire healing for sexual brokenness while finding freedom from addiction, shame, and rejection.  Pre-registration is required.  This group is cyclical and no new participants after the first class.

For more information please contact: Support for Life

Roots for Men

Every Thursday

7:30 - 9pm

Cooper Road Campus - Community Center


This is a recovery group for those that struggle with life-controlling addictions such as drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex, work, or anything else that keeps you from experiencing the abundant life God wants for you. 

Come join us as we share our experiences, lift each other up, and find hope and healing as we walk with Jesus one day at a time.  Although we are a Biblically based group, you do not need to be a Christian to attend.  We are here to walk through recovery with you!

For more information please contact: Tom Brankamp

Celebrate Recovery

Fridays, Starting at 6:30pm

Cooper Road Campus

Celebrate Recovery is a biblical, Christ-centered recovery fellowship for those desiring to heal from any addictive, compulsive, or destructive behavior – hurts, habits or hang-ups. This is a safe place to share pain, struggles, victories and hope with others. Meetings include a time of worship, teaching, sharing and fellowship. Join us to experience God's loving power to transform!

For more information, contact Dave Kuta, 614.259.5472 or the Celebrate Recovery Team.

For more information please contact: Support for Life , 614.259.5472

180 Men's Recovery Group

Mondays, 7pm

180 exists to help men who struggle with sexual brokenness find healing through Jesus and His Holy Spirit and grow in a healthy relationship with God our Father. This ongoing ministry is open to all men, meets weekly throughout the year, and emphasizes both the healing power of God AND the personal responsibility of men to do whatever it takes to live a life of purity.  The evening includes worship, a teaching time, small group accountability, mentoring, and healing prayer.

For more information please contact: John Doyel , 740.649.6050

Unequally Yoked: Healing the Loneliness in Your Marriage

2nd and 4th Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm

We are a group of married women who feel alone in our Christian walk with our husbands. Please come and join us as we support one another, pray for our husbands, fellowship, and become Sisters together in our Journey as we walk together with Christ as our ‘First Love’. 


Contact: Laurel, or 614.886.1749 or Gladys at

For more information please contact: Laurel

Families of Addicted Loved Ones

2nd and 4th Monday of each month


Cooper Road Campus

Cost: $10 for workbook

This group is designed to bring education, hope, support, and prayer to friends and family members with addictions. If someone you love is suffering from any type of addiction, please join us.  It’s okay to get the help YOU need while we pray they will receive the help that THEY need!  Childcare is available, $5 for single child/ $10 for family.

For more information please contact: Melinda

GriefShare: Surviving the Holidays

Saturday, November 2, 2019


Cooper Road Campus


Wondering how you will survive the weeks surrounding Thanksgiving and Christmas?  Our Surviving the Holidays program is for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one.  In this one-day class, you'll learn how to cope with your emotions during the holidays, what to do with traditions and other coming changes, helpful tips for surviving social events, and you'll discover how to have hope for your future.

For more information please contact: Chuck Clark , 614.259.5472

Sister Sister

1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 7-9pm

We are a group of women who have ALL survived multiple tragic events and are able to help other women as we share as sisters in Christ. We are outreach and discipleship focused, study God’s Word, worship and pray. 

For more information please contact: Elizabeth , 614.397.7764

One Minded in Christ

1st & 3rd Tuesdays


Cooper Road Campus


Modeled after Philippians 2:1-2, this is a co-ed support group for those affected with mental health (brain-based) issues, other than addiction.  The meeting format consists of relevant resources or teachings, and share and prayer time.  Find us on Facebook: Search for the closed group: One-minded in Christ.

For more information please contact: Angela Fontanini , 614-943-4588

MOM: Moms of the Military

1st & 3rd Thursdays



Moms of the Military is a Christ-centered support group for moms, spouses, or any woman who has someone they love serving in the military.  In this group, we will study the Bible, pray together, and support each other as our loved ones serve our country.  Please contact Lynn for location.

For more information please contact: Lynn Getz

Loving Someone With Mental Illness

1st & 3rd Thursdays, 7-9pm

This is a support group for families and friends of people with mental illness (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, borderline personality disorder, etc.). Each meeting includes a short teaching, discussion and prayer.

For more information please contact: Karen Twinem, 614.439.8475

Caring for People One on One

Caring for People One on One

Saturdays, January 18—February 22, 10-12am, Offsite near Cooper Rd. Campus

Contact: or 614.259.5256

Application to serve available at

Registration required for class:

Life Support Mentors meet with individuals on a short term basis to provide a listening ear, supportive encouragement, empowered prayer, and biblical guidance. This training, taught by Pastor Lorie Kaufman Rees, gives leaders actual tools and activities to use with others on a one-on-one basis to facilitate healing, growth, and a deeper personal relationship with God.  

For more information please contact: Debbie Johnson, 614.259.5289

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