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Support Groups

Through a variety of ongoing support groups, Asbury wants to bring hurting people closer to Christ in a loving atmosphere. These groups are grounded in a biblical worldview and are surrounded in prayer. All support groups are available to anyone in the Tulsa area.

Divorce Support
This support group uses the book, Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends, along with video media and print sources to guide interactive discussion in a circle of care setting to help participants rebuild their lives. Topics covered include denial, grief, guilt, rejection, anger, trust and others. The group meets each Wednesday for 90 minutes beginning at 6:30 pm in Room 1502, with male and female co-facilitators. New participants are welcome at any time. For more information, contact Jim Small at .

Mental Health: Support for Families
Are you a family member, friend or caregiver of someone affected by mental illness? You are not alone. We usually meet the fourth Thursday of each month from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. For more information, contact Linda Lytle at 

S.M.I.L.E. (Single Mothers in the Lord's Embrace)
Join us every third Wednesday, 6:00-8:45 pm, for a Scripture-based lesson and discussion. Each lesson is self-contained; you may begin attending at any time. Child care and free time included! For more information and/or to RSVP, contact Janet at .

A weekly support group for people who are grieving the loss of a loved one is offered twice a year at Asbury. The group offers a comfortable environment where the emotions and process of grief are understood and welcomed. Participants will learn practical strategies for grief recovery through the highly acclaimed GriefShare video series, study guide and group discussion. For more information, contact Ruth Winn at or 918.392.1146. 

Beyond GriefShare
Especially designed for those who have completed the GriefShare video series, this weekly support group will provide participants an opportunity to continue processing their grief while deepening their spiritual walk. Through small group study and discussion, the group will focus on transitioning from the pain of grief to hope and optimism for the future. For more information, contact Ruth Winn at or 918.392.1146.

For more information about these support groups, contact the facilitator listed for each group or Ruth Winn at .