Care Ministry Classes

One Hope - Cancer & Chronic Illness Support

Bringing God’s hope to people touched by cancer and chronic illness

OneHope will meet once a month on Mondays from 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Fall 2022: 8/15/22, 9/19/22, 10/17/22, 11/21/22

Location: Kingsland's Central Campus in The Chapel (Burns Bldg)

Led By: Mechele Howard and Debbie Parker

OneHope will walk alongside families touched by illness before, during, and after treatment offering prayer, friendship, hope and encouragement. 

More info about OneHope


Fall 2022 Session: 8/31/22-11/30/22

Wednesday Nights  6:00 - 7:30 pm  Central Campus • Room C232

GriefShare is for anyone grieving the death of a family member or friend. GriefShare is a video series featuring top Christian experts who speak on a wide variety of subjects important to the grief recovery process. Each week, participants have the opportunity to complete helpful workbook exercises and engage in an interactive group sharing time with others who have lost a loved one. This small community of support gives members a place to grow and heal while dealing with the grief and loss in their own lives. Cost $15 for workbookLed by: Evelyn Blakely and Bryson Blowey. More info about GriefShareFor more information, please contact Missy Tuft at

Single Parenting Together

Fall 2022 Session: 8/31/22-11/30/22

Wednesday Nights • 6:00 - 7:30 pm • Central Campus • Room C233

Led by: Rebecca Skinner

Single Parenting Together is a community where primary faith trainers, who are parenting on their own, can find the support and encouragement they need while developing a confident trust in Christ’s power, wisdom and goodness. If family life has turned out a little different than you expected, joining this Single Parenting Together class is a way for you to discover ongoing healing and hope for your journey while growing spiritually with other single parents. After all, we are stronger together! 

Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world. (James 1:27)

Our Vision: Seeing single parents and their kids find freedom and true fulfillment in Christ while being encouraged to live lives of both promise and purpose.

Cost: $15 for book. Childcare available. For more info, contact Rebecca Skinner at or call 281-675-7862.


Fall 2022 Session: 8/31/22-11/30/22

Wednesday Nights  6:00 pm  Central Campus • Room 230

DivorceCare is 13-week class providing practical counsel and support for those walking through separation or divorce. The online session videos, weekly meetings and workbook will help participants heal from the pain of separation and divorce and rebuild their lives. Led by: Sherry Long and Alison Carillon. Cost $20 for workbook.  More info about DivorceCare

For more information, please contact Missy Tuft at

Affinity – A Support Group For Men

Thursday Nights •  7:00 - 8:30 pm - A-Conference Room (First Floor, below main staircase near Entrance 1 - Central Campus)

Affinity is a support group for men who struggle with the inability to connect well with others in the way God designed all humans. This incapability manifests itself through things like isolation, powerlessness over sexual compulsions, avoidance of love and immoral relationships. These behavioral problems are recognized as being sourced in the designed-in need for intimacy that all humans have and that has been distorted by sin.

At Affinity, we expect to see men who:

•  Struggle with sexual aspects of relationships.
•  Avoid loving their wives – even though they want to love them.
•  Have had long-term affairs, both sexual and emotional.
•  Can’t shake their pornography habit.
•  Don’t have truly close friends, and tend to isolate.

Affinity meetings are open and free to attend.  No pre-notification is necessary to attend, just show up. For more informtion please contact Bobby Cooley

Hope Unshakeable

Bringing hope and healing amidst the loss of a child

Fall 2022 Session: 8/31/22-11/30/22

Wednesday Nights • 6:00 - 7:30 pm • Central Campus • Room C240

Hope is something that we cannot live without. It is essential to life, yet so many families find themselves in the seemingly hopeless situation of trying to put back to together the pieces of their broken lives in the aftermath of the death of a child. Hope Unshakeable is a Bible study that helps these child loss families establish and strengthen the deep roots needed to walk their grief journey. It is also a time for them to be able to connect with other families who are walking the same grief journey. Many families feel alone in the aftermath of child loss; it doesn’t have to be that way. Come join us as we share truth, tears, laughter, and triumph while walking together on our grief journeys. Cost: $15 for workbook. More info - See session topics and more about Hope Family CareLed by: John and Brittany Trevett

Tapestry Adoption Ministry - Parent's Care Class

For adopting and foster families

Spring and Fall 6:00 to 7:30 pm | Central Campus

We understand that at times, adopting and foster families may feel overwhelmed or isolated during the process and afterwards. One of the most effective ways for families to receive the support they need is by joining a support group. This group will offer families a way to connect with others, receive encouragement, and enjoy other benefits that make the adoption experience easier. Facilitated by Robin Espey Kirsten CornellFor more info, contact Robin Espey at 281.492.0785 or No registration required. More info about Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Ministry

Tapestry Adoption Ministry - Women's Support Group

Women who are in the process of adoption/foster or who have adopted a child can benefit greatly by connecting with other women who are on a similar journey. Join us as we gather to encourage one another, learn from one another’s journey and get many of our questions about foster/adoption answered by those who have fostered or adopted a child.

* The group meets the first Thursday of every month at 7:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall.  For more info, contact Robin Espey at 281.492.0785 or More info about Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Ministry

Special Needs Parents and Caregivers Support Group 
Spring and Fall

Wednesday Nights • 6:00 - 7:30 pm • Central Campus 

This group will encourage and support participants as well as provide helpful information through topical discussions each week. 

For questions or more info, contact Nancy Butschek at or 281-675-7849.

Healing the Heart
Abortion can be one of the most traumatic experiences in a women's life. Surrendering the Secret is a powerful off-campus 8-week study that helps hurting women find the path to healing through honest, interactive Bible study. With compassion, you will be encouraged and supported as you allow God into rooms of your heart that might have been sealed for too long. It's time to let go of the shame, accept His forgiveness and heal. All you need is to be willing. God wants to set you free.

Contact Mary Whittington for more information at - Surrenduring the Secret - Watch Video

For any questions about these classes, contact Missy Tuft at 281-675-7858 or

*Children’s Ministry Classes are available to your children. Visit Preschool Ministry or Children's Ministry or Student Ministry to read more. 

Freedom Ministry Classes

Marriage Ministry Classes