H.E.L.P is a Christian support group for those coping with chronic or severe mental illness and for family members who care for them.
This ministry is:
- a place of refuge, support, and friendship
- lay led
H.E.L.P. is not:
- a counseling service
- a self-help plan
This ministry is modeled after H.E.L.P. of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in California. Their faith based ministry, born out of pain and need, has served the church and community since 1999. To view John Ortberg’s video about H.E.L.P.’s origins and blessings at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church (now Menlo Church), go to Menlo’s H.E.L.P. Ministry page.
…people who wrestle with those struggles openly are some of the most courageous people I know.
Monique Rogers, CEO of a local charity for women, will speak at the H.E.L.P. of MPC mental health support group this evening (Monday night, June 5).
Monique grew up with a mother diagnosed with schizophrenia and she will share her challenges and graces with us. If you are faced with chronic or severe symptoms, HELP is here to provide confidential support, fellowship, and prayer. Join us at 6:45 pm on the Mandarin Road Campus.
Meeting times will be the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month at 6:45pm at the Mandarin Road Campus in ‘Woody’s’ (on the back left side of the building). For additional information contact Inez Holger by email or call 680.9944
For encouragement and further information about living with schizophrenia and depression, visit the iholger blog. www.iholger.wordpress.com