If you are going or have gone through a divorce, you may feel as if the life you once knew came crashing down around you. Divorce is rarely easy, is often painful, and can even sabotage your sense of self. If you’re looking for help to gather the pieces and “rebuild” yourself from the ground up, this group may be helpful. The group will offer tools for dealing with feelings of denial, fear, anger, loneliness, and grief that arise during the difficult time as well as a community of people with whom to share, process, listen, learn, and heal.
Leaders: Chad McCall and Rebecca Hall
Dates: April April 2 – June 25 (skipping Easter Sunday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and Memorial Day weekend)
Time: 3-5 p.m.
Location: St. David’s Episcopal Church
Cost: $150 (scholarships provided), parking is free in the church garage
About the Leaders
Rebecca was married for 16 years, and has been divorced for 3+ years. She is the mother of two young teenaged boys. Rebecca, a graduate of Seminary of the Southwest, practices spiritual direction with groups, individuals and couples. Email Rebecca.
Chad was married for 14 years and has been divorced for 3+ years. He is the father of a 5th grade boy and and an 8th grade girl. Chad is a graduate of Duke Divinity School and works with groups and individuals through his work as an Associate Priest at St David’s Episcopal Church. Email Chad.