DivorceCare and DC4Kids

There aren’t many people around you who understand the pain your separation or divorce has caused. To you. Your Family. Your friends.

That’s the reason for DivorceCare. It’s a special weekly support group and seminar conducted by people who understand what you are experiencing. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to deal with the pain of the past and look forward to rebuilding your life.

Weekly Seminar Topics

You are welcome to begin attending the DivorceCare group on any week. Each session is “self-contained,” and you can continue through the next 15-week cycle to view any of the topics you have not seen.

  • What’s Happening to Me?
  • The Road to Healing/Finding Help
  • Facing My Anger
  • Facing My Depression
  • Facing My Loneliness
  • What Does the Owner’s Manual Say?
  • New Relationships
  • Financial Survival
  • KidCare
  • Single Sexuality
  • Forgiveness
  • Reconciliation
  • Moving On, Growing Closer to God
  • Trauma
  • Support Groups

At DivorceCare, you will become part of a small support group of people who are also experiencing separation and divorce. You’ll meet others who understand what you are feeling and who will be able to offer you encouragement. You’ll also have a chance to talk about the information presented during the DivorceCare seminar. Many participants say these support groups are the most helpful part of the program.


The fall session will begin Sunday, August 13, 2017. Contact Matthew McGlasson: matthewmcglasson@bellsouth.net or Scarlet McGlasson: smcglasson@bellsouth.net for more information.

DC4KidsYour kids probably feel scared, sad, and confused after your divorce. DC4Kids helps elementary-age children process their feelings and gives them tools to communicate better with you. Parent’s are not required to be enrolled in Divorce Care for their children to attend DC4Kids. Drop-ins are welcome week-to-week.

DC4K is a 14-week cycle that begins Sunday, August 13, 2017, in room 221 from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m.

Contact: Shannon Price (mandsprice@comcast.net) and Alan Tucker (atheadin250@gmail.com)