FUMC of Arlington

Caring and Support

Support Groups

Grief Support Group

Begins Thursday, January 17 | 1:30-3:00 pm | Parlor

The death of a loved one often leaves us feeling lost, lonely, paralyzed and wondering how we can move forward. You are invited to join us for an 11-week study that uses Scriptural wisdom to explore the pain and emptiness that accompanies the grief journey. The group will be facilitated by Rev. Tolli Macalik.

For more grief support resources, click here.

Depression Connection

Meets on Wednesdays | 6:30-8:00 pm | Room 259

This is a support group offered at no charge by Depression Connection for Recovery for young adults ages 18-28. Their aim is to provide a place and a process where change and recovery is possible. Their help begins in providing the skills and tools needed to re-connect or regain the fullness, sense and purpose in living, that depression has taken away.

Learn more about Depression Connection for Recovery here.

Divorce Recovery Support Group

Next meeting: Wednesday, January 16 | 6:00-7:00 pm | Parlor

Very few relationships in our human experience are more significant than the relationship we call marriage. For this reason, few life experiences are more difficult than the ending of what was once an intimate relationship. Please join Rev. Tolli Macalik in a monthly divorce recovery support group as we explore a multitude of emotions and responsibilities that may seem overwhelming in creating a new life.

The Divorce Support group is currently not meeting. Contact Rev. Tolli Macalik for more information.

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Small Group Communities

Small Group Communities meet at a variety of times and locations around Arlington. These groups are members grow in their faith and develop relationships within the community and the church. 

Learn more about our Small Group Communities and find one close to you here.