Congregational Care


Support groups

It can be difficult to face life’s stressful situations alone. Support groups bring people struggling with similar challenges together. They can help reduce feelings of isolation and provide an opportunity for members to share support, encouragement, and empowerment strategies with one another. 

celebrate recovery


7:00 PM | Explore Theater
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered ministry to explore freedom and healing from our hurts, habits, and hang-ups. We spend the first hour in worship and teaching or testimony, followed by gender-specific Open Share Groups.
Woman Praying


10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
(Next Session - January 2024)

GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences – the death of a loved one. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. Each of the 13 sessions consists of a video seminar followed by a group discussion about the video content.

divorce care


10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
(2023: September 10 – December 3)
DivorceCare is a support group for individuals who have or are in the process of experiencing divorce or marital separation. Each of the 13 sessions consists of a spiritually-based video seminar followed by a group discussion about the video content.
senior connections spring 2022

Senior connections

Next Meeting: Friday, July 14
2:00 PM | Café

Senior Connections seeks to provide an opportunity for senior adults (age 65+) to come together in community with one another as we pursue spiritual enrichment and engagement in the life of the Church.



Monthly | 2nd Tuesday
6:00 - 8:00 PM | Room A12
The Caregiver Support Group is a community where friends and families of people affected by dementia can discuss their care-giving and emotional issues in a Christian environment. This group forms bonds of encouragement through faith, study and prayer.


Even though visits are not currently permissible in health-care facilities because of the pandemic, we remain concerned in knowing who are in a hospital, nursing home, assisted living facility or in your home. Mention will be made in our weekly prayer sheet.  To notify us of yourself, a family member or another attender of Browncroft, especially those within your small group, please indicate below.

“For he has not despised or scorned the suffering of the afflicted one; he has not hidden his face from him but has listened to his cry for help.” Psalm 22:24


When someone is experiencing a trying life circumstance, the question is commonly asked “What can I do for you?”  This can apply to a death in the immediate family, the birth of a newborn, recovery from a  difficult medical procedure (following surgery, chemotherapy, etc.) or other such situations.

One practical means of assisting someone is by providing a meal – a very necessary but sometimes difficult task.   When the need arises, you’ll be provided a link to their Meal Train describing their circumstance, a listing of available dates, what meals others are providing, dietary restrictions, delivery location and time, etc. Together we can meet a need as a community of faith to help each other in this practical way. If you’d like to receive an email to provide a meal, please indicate your willingness below.


We are receptive to responding to those who are troubled by difficult life circumstances such as strained relationships, grief counseling, conflict management, marital discord, parenting issues or long-term medical ailments. Referrals can be made to professional Christian counselors as appropriate.

“Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.”  2 Corinthians 1:3-4


When a death occurs in your immediate family and support from the church is requested, we will come alongside the family to make the necessary arrangements in conjunction with a local funeral home. Please notify us below as soon as conveniently possible after the time of death. Include a phone number to be called as a response.

“Being absent from the body is to be present with the Lord” 2 Corinthians 5:8