NOTE: This Sunday, July 5th, we will NOT be meeting during this time. We will resume Sunday, July 12th.

Weekly ONLINE

Interactive Support, Encouragement, and Prayer

Sundays |  2PM  |  Zoom | Throughout Quarantine

 

The only thing worse than struggling with something is struggling with it alone. In Psalm 88:18 King David wrote, “Darkness is my closest friend,” but being part of the Body of Christ means God is always present with us, often through the love and support of our church family.

 

If you are experiencing new or continued depression or anxiety throughout this quarantine we want to invite you to join us every Sunday at 2PM online for support and encouragement. You don’t need to walk alone.

Interactive ZOOM Encouragement, Support, and Prayer :https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7581256857?pwd=aE95RlFuODl2YjYxdVVMZWF2NU9HQT09

Meeting ID: 758 125 6857
Password: Support

Phone (Voice-Only) Dial: 1.312.626.6799 (then Meeting ID)

Are you looking for a counselor amid the COVID-19 crisis?

The following Chicagoland Christian Counseling Practices are seeing existing and new patients via phone and video:

Spring Tree Counseling— https://www.springtreecounseling.com/

Harris Clinical Group—https://www.harrisclinicalgroup.com/

Chicago Clinical Associates— www.chicagoclinical.org

Amy Baker, LCPC— arsbaker@gmail.com (Disclaimer: Amy attends The Moody Church and is the wife of one of our Pastors)

Mental Health Ministry

We have the conviction that it is possible to live well in spite of having a mental health challenge because of the hope there is in Christ.

 

In many churches, intentionally or unintentionally, the overriding emphasis is on “victorious Christian living,” with the basic assumption that real Christians don’t have problems– or at least not crippling, persistent problems that prayer won’t cure. This is in direct contradiction to what Jesus said: “Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world” (John 16:33).

Troubled Minds, by Amy Simpson

 

Our ministry utilizes a collection of resources providing simple, innovative and grace-filled mental health solutions and community support for those experiencing a personal journey with depression, anxiety, or bi-polar.

 

For questions and concerns please contact tmc.139@moodychurch.org .

Support Classes

We offer 3 types of groups:

  • Living Grace (16-Week Support)
  • Redefine Grace: College and Young Adults (10-Week Support)
  • Thrive (Ongoing Peer-to-Peer Support)

 

For more information about our support groups, click the button below.

Workshops and Seminars

Workshops and seminars hosted by licensed counselors.

 

Click below for more information about these guided sessions that will help you to navigate life’s difficult questions and various issues.

 

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