Cancer Support

Cancer Support

Cancer Support

Cancer Support is open to anyone whose life has been affected by the painful circumstances of cancer. Meetings are a time of encouragement, fellowship and prayer.

The discovery of cancer can be an unpredictable and frightening season in life. The Cancer Support Ministry is a Bible based support group designed to help anyone affected by the painful circumstances of cancer.  Whether battling cancer currently or acting as a loving caregiver, this ministry provides a place to for individuals to share stories, stresses, worries and celebration.  

Our mission is to reach out to our church family and beyond by creating a confidential environment that merges biblical, emotional, social and practical support.

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  • Sep
    10

    September 2017 Cancer Support Meeting

    The next Cancer Support meeting will take place September 10 rather than September 3 because of the holiday weekend.

    If your life or that of a loved one has been affected by cancer, join us for a time of sharing, encouragement, and prayer at 11:15 am in Room B014/B015.

    Refreshments will be served. Cancer Support Group meetings are free and open to the public.

    Download the Cancer Support Group postcard here.

  • Aug
    06

    August 2017 Cancer Support Meeting

    If your life or that of a loved one has been touched by cancer, join us for a time of sharing, encouragement, and prayer on Sunday, August 6 at 11:15 am in Room B014/B015.

    Refreshments will be served. Cancer Support Group meetings are free and open to the public.

    Download the Cancer Support Group postcard here.

  • Jul
    09

    July 2017 Cancer Support Meeting

    The next Cancer Support meeting will take place July 9 rather than July 2 because of the holiday weekend.

    If cancer is affecting your life or that of a loved one, join us at 11:15 am in Room B014/B015 for a time of sharing, encouragement  and prayer.

    Cancer Support meetings are free and open to the public.

Coordinators

Dan Larison