Support Groups


It is a misnomer that support groups are for "other" people - those who are weak.  These groups are for anyone that wants to better their lives in a particular area.  Believers or not, strong in their faith or not, all who attend a support group are saying, "I want to improve my life."  Those who join, find encouragement to do just that.  Support groups offered vary by semester.
Forgiven and Set Free is a 12-week Bible study designed to help guide suffering and hurting women through the emotional scars of past abortion experiences.  This study helps women deal with issues such as relief and denial, depression, anger, letting go, forgiveness, and acceptance.

Schedule:  This group meets Wednesdays beginning August 22, 2018 at 1pm; Pre-Registration is required.
                     This group will meet at Edmond Pregnancy Resource Center.
Contact:    405-819-3913 or SupportGroups@moj.com
Making Peace With Your Past is a support group study to help adult children who grew up in dysfunctional families - particularly in homes in which one of the family members had emotional needs so strong that they disrupted the development of healthy relationships.  This 12-week study, which follows Tim Sledge's book Making Peace With Your Past, offers practical, biblically-based guidance to lead adults to identify and come to terms with the feelings and problems caused by growing up in a dysfunctional family.  Participants will learn to understand problems from their past and identify and remove the emotional, psychological, and spiritual barriers to fellowship with God.

Schedule:  This group meets Mondays beginning Sept. 10, 2018 at 6:30pm; Pre-Registration is required.
Contact:    405-513-7516 or SupportGroups@moj.com
Note:  A meal is served at 5:45 in the café  if you wish to eat on campus.  Need childcare?  Register HERE.
Grief Share is a special support group for people grieving the loss of someone close.  This group is facilitated by people who understand what you are experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult time.  Each session includes a video featuring top experts on grief and recovery as well as the real-life stories of people who have experienced losses like yours.  You will have the opportunity to interact with others who have experienced a recent loss, learn about their experiences, and share your own experience.  Newcomers are welcome to join in at any time.

Schedule:  Every Monday, 6:30pm, in the MOJ Conference Room
Contact:   405-340-7400 or SupportGroups@moj.com
Note:  A meal is served at 5:45 in the café  if you wish to eat on campus.  Need childcare?  Register HERE
If you're struggling with the pain of divorce and seeking direction for rebuilding you life, let Divorce Care help you.  Divorce Care is a support group designed to assist people as they move through the painful experience of divorce.  Each session covers a relevant topic and consists of video and discussion time.  

Schedule:  This group meets Mondays beginning Sept. 10, 2018 at 6:30pm, in the HHBC Office,
                    Small Conference Room.  
                    As an alternative, you are invited to attend Celebrate Recovery for help with life's hurts.
Contact:    405-340-7400 or SupportGroups@moj.com
Note:  A meal is served at 5:45 in the café  if you wish to eat on campus.  Need childcare?  Register HERE.
In The Wildflowers is a tremendous resource for those who have experienced the pain of childhood sexual abuse.  This 10-week curriculum provides a safe, confidential place for women to share in a group setting with other women who seek healing from this childhood trauma.

Schedule:  This group meets on Thursdays beginning Sept. 6, 2018 at 6pm; Pre-Registration is required.
                     The group will meet at Edmond Pregnancy Resource Center.
Contact:    405-513-7459 or SupportGroups@moj.com
Many people focus so much on being loving and unselfish that they forget their own limits and limitations.  That's why the ability to set clear boundaries is essential to a healthy, balanced lifestyle.  Boundaries define who we are and who we are not.  This study will offer biblically-based answers and show how to set healthy boundaries with spouses, children, friends, parents, co-workers, and even ourselves.

Schedule:  This group meets Mondays beginning Sept. 10, 2018 at 6:30pm; Pre-Registration is required.
Contact:    405-562-0170 or SupportGroups@moj.com
Note:  A meal is served at 5:45 in the café  if you wish to eat on campus.  Need childcare?  Register HERE.
If you're tired of hectic mornings, chaotic evenings, the kids fighting, and a never-ending to-do list as a single parent, this group is for you.  Single & Parenting will help you learn more about wisely encouraging your kids to obey, helping your hurting child, eliminating debt, dealing with verbal onslaughts, and understanding emotions.  In the process, you will meet other single parents to encourage you on the journey.

Schedule:  This group meets on Sundays beginning Sept. 9, 2018 at 5pm; Pre-Registration is required.
Contact:  405-513-7459 or SupportGroups@moj.com
Note:  Need childcare?  Register HERE.
Step studies are gender specific, in-depth studies of the Steps of Recovery.  Uncover the roots of pain, resentment, negative behaviors, and reactions while receiving emotional support and life-skill tools to make lasting changes.  After a step study has been in progress a few weeks it becomes a closed group, with new step studies beginning periodically.

Current Open Group:  Men's Step Study will meet weekly in room 203 on Sunday evenings from 5-7pm  
                                         beginning July 22.  Please register for childcare if needed.
Note:  All other step studies are currently closed.  Check back for new groups starting periodically.
Contact:    405-513-7459 or CR@moj.com
The Henderson Hills church family greatly appreciates the dedicated service of our military men and women who are defending freedom at home and abroad.  We are equally grateful for the sacrifices their families make when a family member is deployed for extensive periods of time, particularly when in harm's way.  The purpose of this group is to minister as the Lord leads to the needs of military personnel and their families, and to express our support and gratitude for the service and sacrifices they make on our behalf.  We maintain a list of military personnel and families for whom we pray and to whom we send packages and/or letters at Christmas and other times throughout the year.  Ministry team members make or secure items needed by our troops, many who are in extremely remote areas with limited access to such items as toiletries, snacks, basic medicines, socks, and gloves.  

Contact:  Sherri Woodham