I'M NEW HERE GET INVOLVED MINISTRIES COMMUNITIES eGIVING

The Divorce Recovery Workshop of
Richmond's First Baptist Church

Join others for education, support, and encouragement with opportunities to build new community and create new and meaningful friendships.

Next workshop begins September 2014.

Watch a brief video about the Divorce Recovery Workshop...

Click here to download the
How to Help a Friend During Divorce Brochure
.

WORKSHOP DETAILS — LIMITED ENROLLMENT

When. Eight consecutive Sunday evening sessions, beginning September 2014.

Who. For anyone experiencing the loss of a relationship through divorce, separation, or major breakup, with programs for adults, children and teens (get more info...), and childcare for younger children.

Cost. $60.00.

Where. First Baptist Church, 2709 Monument Avenue, Richmond, VA 23220, in the Dining Hall, Mulberry Street Entrance.

Hosted by. Divorce Recovery Ministry, Richmond's First Baptist Church.

Mission. To extend a hand of care and concern representing the love of Jesus Christ and His restoring forgiveness.

Vision. To provide a safe place for people suffering the pain of divorce where they can discover healing and a future with hope.

Focus. Focus on healing from the emotional issues associated with recovery from divorce and rebuilding after divorce.

Goals.

  • Educate participants in the process of recovery from divorce.
  • Make a safe place for participants to share their feelings, issues, and experiences.
  • Help participants understand that they are not alone.
  • Equip participants with life skills that will allow them to continue to process their feelings and grow through their crisis.
  • Assist participants in finding new community and building new meaningful and authentic friendships.
  • To provide opportunities to experience fellowship through non-threatening social activities.

What the workshop is.

  • A ministry of healing and hope.
  • A workshop to help people recover and heal from the devastating pain of divorce and to rebuild their lives.
  • A safe place for participants to express their feelings and to be heard.
  • A community of caring people characterized by being nonjudgmental, accepting, loving, and encouraging.

What the workshop is not.

  • A "how to get divorced" workshop.
  • A marriage reconciliation workshop.
  • Exploitation of vulnerable people in the name of Christ.
  • Counseling, group therapy, or advice giving.

Who it is for.

  • Any person suffering the pain of the loss of a love relationship through separation, divorce, or breakup.

Who will come.

  • Separated, divorced, breakups
  • People who are single parents
  • People who are have grown children
  • People who have no children
  • Teens and children who are struggling (get more information about the teens program)
  • Women (70-80%), Men (20-30%)
  • People of all faiths

"For I know the plans I have for you, plans for good and not for disaster, plans to give you a future and a hope" ... Jeremiah

Workshop details...

For additional information contact:
Ralph Starling, 358-5458, ext 134

 
  Ministries
Christian community
Christian invitation
Christian formation
Christian worship
Christian compassion
Communication
Support


Missions
Divorce recovery
Music
New Americans
Prayer
Recreation
Upward sports
Weekday preschool
  Communities
Children
Youth
Young adults
Adults
Senior adults
Women
Sunday school
Deacons
Deaf




First Things First
online


FBC home
  Spiritual Growth
What is a Christian?
Connections class
Daily devotionals
Bible studies
Faith stories
Pastor's blog
Sermons
Stewardship
Sunday@FBC




WebClass Bible
study


I'm new here...
  Resources
Calendar
CDs & DVDs
eGiving
Library
Media clips
News
Podcast
Webcast
Weddings
Scholarship fund
Endowment fund


KOH2RVA


Getting involved
  About us
Who we are
How to join
Weekly schedule
Location
Parking
Staff
Organization
History
Weather closing
Website tour






Microchurch
  Connect with us

RSS
Facebook
Twitter
Vimeo
Youtube
Receive email news
 
 
FBC exists to make disciples of Jesus Christ through joyful worship, caring fellowship, spiritual nurture,
faithful service & compassionate outreach in the Richmond area and throughout the world.
This site is maintained by the Communication Ministry of First Baptist Church.
Send comments or suggestions to the FBC webmaster.