McKinley Campus / South Creek Campus / Bayview Chapel Campus

Outside everything may seem fine, but many people hide what's really going on.

Rather than suffer alone, we want to provide safe, grace-filled places for people to find help, healing and support.
To get more information about one of our support groups, use the confidential form at the bottom of this page.

Support Groups

McKinley Campus

Are you struggling with the pain of a divorce or separation? This can be a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about issues you've never faced before.

Learn more about DivorceCare


Addictions Victorious

Mondays & Fridays, 7:00 pm / Thursdays, 10:30 am
McKinley Campus 

Do you find yourself battling and trying to overcome an addiction to drugs or alcohol? Alcoholics Victorious is a safe place for you to come and talk with others facing similar struggles.

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry equips and empowers lay caregivers—called Stephen Ministers—to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting.  

If you or someone you know is going through a life change and would benefit from the help of a Stephen Minister, you can call the church office (716-649-6335) and talk to Gale Cirocco about receiving care.  You can also ask Gale about becoming a Stephen Minister.

McKinley Campus

Are you currently struggling with the loss of a loved-one? GriefShare is a group where you and others can talk about your pain, loss and questions you may be facing.

Learn more about GriefShare


Families Victorious

Mondays, 7:00 pm
McKinley Campus - Room 110

Do you find yourself being impacted by the addiction of a family member or close friend? Families Victorious is a group for you to talk with others facing the same struggle, giving you a chance to ask questions and seek the support you need.

Kids Support
McKinley Campus

The kids support group runs alongside both DivorceCare and GriefShare, and is meant to provide support to kids ages 5-12 whose parent(s) are participating in those groups.

A Time For Hope

Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 pm
McKinley Campus Room L-10

Providing a safe and welcoming place where people suffering from mental illness can experience hope, love, and a sense of belonging through a relationship with Jesus Christ and fellowship with others. 

The group is open to any adult (18+) who is experiencing mental or emotional struggles, or who has been diagnosed with a mental illness. The first meeting will be held on April 25th. The group will run for 10 weeks, ending on June 27th.