This Care Group is for families dealing with loved ones suffering from an addiction.

We meet every other Thursday on campus from 5:30pm – 6:30pm. Online participation available.

Contact the Group Leader for more details.
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Rejected/Abandoned parents – you are not alone.

One of the hardest things to experience is the betrayal wound that occurs when your own child grows up to hate you.
Parents who have been rejected by a child experience a type of pain that is not matched by any other. This support group will allow parents the opportunity to:
*Seek support by connecting with those that understand estrangement and can help
*Seek connection by investing in people and activities that can help restore a sense of your identity as a person and meaning in your life.
*Seek forgiveness-put focus on learning the self-forgiveness process

“You can’t be a parent and not make mistakes. This does not mean that your mistakes are the reason for your estrangement or that you deserve it.”-Coleman

Starting in April 2023 – We’ll meet on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month on campus from 4pm-5pm.

Contact the Group Leader for more details:
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This is a Group for men that are wanting to be made new after struggling with sexual purity and/or other strongholds that are holding them back from becoming the man and warrior God wants us to be. We overcome our struggles through learning new practices and holding each other accountable for the changes we want to make.
We meet Thursday nights from 7pm-9pm off campus and offer online participation through Zoom. Contact the Group Leader for more details.

Contact the Group Leader

#Men #Online

Do you want to stop beating yourself up over the numbers on the scale and make peace with your body? Do you want to replace rationalizations about food that lead to failure, with wisdom that leads to victory? Do you want to reach your healthy goals while growing closer to God in the process?

Made to Crave is the missing link between your desire to be healthy and the relationship with God that will help you get there.

In this group study we support one another to move from feeling deprived, desperate, guilty, consumed, and ashamed to feeling empowered, determined, peaceful, courageous, and loved.

Our MADE to CRAVE support/study group is open to all adults.
We meet on Saturdays from 9am-10:30am in the 85747 zip code. Each member will need a copy of ‘Made to Crave: Satisfying Your Deepest Desire with God, Not Food’ by Lysa TerKeurst as well the participant guide.

Contact the Group Leader for more information:
Contact the Group Leader


Welcome to DivorceCare, a 13-week faith-based divorce program that focuses on giving you the tools to move forward from heart ache and develop a better version of you.

Our co-ed group meets on Friday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm here on campus. We meet weekly with the exception of holiday weeks, so that members can travel or spend special time with their families.
*We are currently on break for the holidays and will resume on Friday, January 13th 2023.

We would love to support and pray for you through this difficult journey. There is no fee for the group however there is a workbook that we encourage you to purchase for $20.

For more information, please call Peggie at 520-574-8700.

Register by using this link:
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#Adults #Singles #Divorced

This Group studies God’s word and His faithfulness toward us. We are a support group for those with cancer and surviving cancer that support each other with our journey through life.
This Group typically meets once per month while keeping connected throughout the month.

Contact the Group Leader for more details.
Contact the Cancer Support Group Leader


GriefShare is a Care Group where you can get support for your broken heart after the death of a loved one and equips you on your travel from mourning to joy. Ages 18-104. A side effect of this study is a closer walk with Jesus.
The next 13-week session will begin Tuesday, January 17th 2023 at 7pm on campus.

Contact the Group Leader for more information or register by using this link:
Register for on-campus


This women’s Care Group provides a healing place for women who have experienced any kind of abuse. We meet each Saturday afternoon on campus from 3:30pm-5:00pm.

Contact the Group Leader for more information.

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Rescued Not Arrested is a ministry program that partners with chaplains nationwide to distribute NIV Bibles and study courses each year to inmates all over the country.
Our mens Care Group is a Prison Ministry Mentorship Program at the AZ State-Wilmot-Prison. We mentor to six inmates each Monday with the exception of holidays.

Contact the Group Leader for details or you can use the following link to request more information:
Contact the Group Leader


Surrendering the Secret: Healing the Heartache of Abortion

Many women hide the secret of abortion deep in their hearts and they are suffering severe consequences. They carry a great burden of shame and failure, afraid to reveal their hidden pain, and by doing so are forced to endure the long-lasting effects in isolation.
Surrendering the Secret will allow women to release this burden and find freedom through ‘redemptive community’ while experiencing hope and joy, as shame and failure are replaced with beauty.

Surrendering the Secret is a powerful 8-step Bible study that helps hurting women find the path to healing and freedom through the hope of Scripture, meaningful hands-on experiences, unique journaling exercises, and a confidential, caring community of women who understand your pain. Through this study you will understand how God wants to use your past to find freedom and purpose in your future.

While there is no fee for the Bible study, you will need to purchase a copy of the Surrendering the Secret study guide, available from Amazon or Lifeway.

We meet on Mondays from 6pm-8pm on campus. Ladies are welcome to join at any time.
Contact the Group Leader for more information:
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We are a ministry serving the elderly at nursing homes through visitation and other thoughtful means such as sending cards and providing lap blankets/items through donations.
We meet on various days and times of the week at different nursing homes.

Contact the Group Leader or request a visit by using the links below.
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This online Zoom group is for women who have experienced intimacy betrayal of any type: pornography, physical/emotional affair(s) or physical “acting out” on another level (e.g., massage parlors, strip clubs, escorts, etc.).
This is a safe place to identify and grieve your losses and begin to process what has happened to you. We recognize that while approximately 70% of women in this painful place initially experience symptoms of post traumatic stress, the leaders are not licensed professional counselors.
A Bible-based support group like this can be a wonderful place to know you are not alone- that you will never be judged or given advice you’re not seeking- and that we are not here to “fix” one another. Our healing does not come when we isolate in our pain. It seems Jesus does His most effective healing work in safe community with other women who share a similar experience and who understand your pain.

Come and join us. You will be encouraged to participate in a study guide with weekly journaling and “homework”.
If this day and time do not work for you yet you are seeking support, please contact Cindy for possible options.
We meet online each Wednesday at 4:30pm. Contact the Group Leader, Cindy at (847) 630-1388, or fill out the form below for more details.
Contact the Group Leader

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Dine 1-1 provides meals to individuals and families on a short-term basis to those in crisis through illness, hospital stays and deaths in the family.

Contact the Group Leader for more details.
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Archbuilders is a Recovery Group for many types of addiction. We study and utilize God’s Word through the Life Recovery Bible and the 12-Steps concept. We discuss and share our experiences, strength and hope with each other to overcome them, and carry the message of hope to others who suffer. All are welcome.

We meet each Sunday to attend the 9am service, then have Group between 10:30am-11:30am.

Contact the Group Leader for more information
Contact the Group Leader


AA* 12-Step Message and Principles Group

This is an Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous* located on the campus of Pantano Christian Church. All are welcome including family and/or friends for support.

Our meetings are every Tuesday evening from 6pm-7pm in the Zone45 room. Entrance is inside the West main gate to the right.
Please contact Dale with questions about the group, or location info. My contact info is also on the guide website*

*AA Alcoholics Anonymous, and the AA name is not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by any outside entity, organization or institution.

Contact Dale at 520.237.2872 or use the form below:
Contact the AA Group Leader


We are a Christ centered sexual integrity/addition recovery men’s Group.
We meet online every Monday from 7pm-8:30pm CST. Contact the Group Leader for more information.
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