Renewal groups help you navigate spiritual and relational challenges with a foundation of biblical truth and gospel hope. These confidential groups facilitate healing around the issues of divorce, single parenting, grief, and sexual addiction.

Regular groups include DivorceCare, GriefShare, Single & Parenting, and More Than Conquerors (confidential group for men struggling with sexual addiction). Renewal Groups that address other struggles are held as needed for our community and for our church.

Renewal Groups

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Staff Contact

Matt Lietzen
Assistant Pastor of Missions
[email protected]

Current Renewal Groups

More Than Conquerors

This confidential men’s group focuses on redeeming sexual brokenness. At weekly meetings we explore the root of our struggles and pursue a grace-driven approach to overcoming addictions, changing behavior patterns, and finding healing.

For more details, including the group’s meeting location and time, contact Matt Lietzen at [email protected].

Regular Renewal Groups


With biblical teachings on grief and recovery, you will have an opportunity to interact with others who have experienced a recent loss, learn about their experiences, and share your own. This 13-week class helps you tell your story, process the pain that often comes with loss, and find a community of other people who understand and accept your story.


This 13-week course is for those experiencing separation and divorce. You will find help for hurts, discover hope for the future, and experience God’s healing through expert-led videos, group discussions, and personal reflections. This class covers a variety of challenges and issues you may be facing, including anger and loneliness, forgiveness, financial issues, and parenting.

Infertility Support Group

Infertility is a difficult and isolating issue; you are not alone. This renewal group meets periodically: meet others in your community who are on the same journey as you, and find support and encouragement together.

Contact Matt Lietzen ([email protected])

Caring for Aging Parents

Aging—and the decline that often goes with it—are part of life. How do you respond when your parents are no longer independent? Join us for this discussion group as we explore how to care for aging parents.

Contact Matt Lietzen ([email protected])