Support groups are for people with similar needs who meet together in a home or the Warehouse for the purpose of forming a safe community to receive support, encouragement and prayer.
Support groups usually meet on a monthly basis.
Moving Through, Moving On:
Offers support to those seeking a way through the reality of separation and divorce.
Contact: Anne Hammond
British Sign Language (BSL) group:
The BSL small group is similar to other small groups, but we communicate in British Sign Language. Our sessions consist of Bible study, discussion, worship, prayer and fellowship. We also have regular social events and opportunities to reach out to the deaf community. All deaf and hearing people, who are fluent in BSL, are very welcome to come. We meet fortnightly at the Warehouse on Monday evenings, at 8pm in F2.
Contact: Debby Cowley
Causeway is a small group for people with learning disabilities, providing friendship and fellowship and encouraging spiritual growth. The group meets on the third Sunday of the month from 2.30-4.30pm.
Contact: Elaine Cordon
Parents of teenagers:
This group meets on the third Tuesday of the month during term time, providing an opportunity for those who are finding parenting teens a challenge to meet together for a relaxed and informal evening, with time to share experiences, listen to others and to chat and pray in small groups.
Contact: Cathy Gretton
Offers support to those with Aspergers to better integrate into the life of the church.
Contact: Paul & Jenny McDonald
People with long-term health difficulties:
Offers support to people who are experiencing long-term health difficulties.
Contact: Dawn Hallam
At Trent Vineyard we aim to express the compassion of God through pastoral care within the church. Please download the flyer for more information.