Support Groups

Support Groups are peer-support communities that offer emotional and practical help.

Support Groups are peer-led support communities. We believe there is a strong correlation between mental, physical and spiritual wellness. Peer support is not professional therapy, but a group of leaders who have a heart for those who are hurting.

Support Groups that meet at Cornerstone are for anyone in West Michigan who could use some support.

Support Groups

To see the group description and to sign up, click the box you're interested in.

AA: Alcoholics Anonymous

Tuesdays OR Thursdays, 6:30-7:30pm
South Wyoming Campus | 2730 56th St SW, Wyoming, MI  49418

This group shares experiences to learn from and support each other along the journey to recovery from alcoholism. No sign up required – just show up.

Blended Families

NOTE: This group is closed until further notice.

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A group for couples or individuals who are in, or anticipate being in, a blended family or relationship.  We discuss practical, realistic situations and common challenges faced by combining families or relationships that involve kids and extended family.

Please email Rhoni Kaastra with any questions.

Boundaries

Wednesdays, January 10-March 20, 6:30-8pm
84th St. Campus | 1675 84th St., Caledonia, MI 49316

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A group to explore how and when to set boundaries in your life, relationships, time, or even thoughts. Healthy relationships and sound living depend on maintaining smart personal boundaries. Many people don't know where to start, so you can start here!

Cost: $10 (scholarships available)

DivorceCare (SW Campus)

Tuesdays, January 9 - April 2, 6:30-8:30pm
South Wyoming Campus | 2730 56th St SW, Wyoming, MI 49418

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We welcome you to our in-person group! This is a place where a caring group of peers understands your divorce journey, when others may not. Our leaders are welcoming and committed to meeting you where you are at in your own journey. They understand because they have their own story to share. They welcome you to join this care group at your own pace and comfort, and they will care for you no matter what. Cornerstone takes cleaning and safety very seriously, so that small groups can continue to meet, heal, connect with others, and stay safe. Up to date COVID restrictions and guidelines from both the state health department and Cornerstone Church, will be followed to ensure a safe and clean place to meet.

Cost: $20 for the workbook (scholarships available)

GriefShare (84th St Campus)

This group will resume in the Fall of 2024.

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We welcome you to our in-person group! This is a place where a caring group of peers understands your grief journey, when others may not.

Our leaders are welcoming and committed to helping you through grief to more joy. They understand and empathize well, because they have their own grief stories.

They welcome you to join this care group at your own pace and comfort, and they will care deeply for you no matter what.

Cost: $20 to cover the cost of your book. If you are in need of a scholarship to cover the cost of your book, please contact Rhoni Kaastra, at 616-698-3170 x1007.

GriefShare (SW Campus)

This class is full and will resume again in the fall of 2024.

Watch a Video Testimonial

We welcome you to our in-person group! This is a place where a caring group of peers understands your grief journey, when others may not.

Our leaders are welcoming and committed to helping you through grief to more joy. They understand and empathize well, because they have their own grief stories.

They welcome you to join this care group at your own pace and comfort, and they will care deeply for you no matter what.

Cost: $20 to cover the cost of your book. If you are in need of a scholarship to cover the cost of your book, please contact Rhoni Kaastra, at 616-698-3170 x1007.

GriefShare (84th St Campus)

This group will resume in the Fall of 2024.

Watch a Video Testimonial

We welcome you to our in-person group! This is a place where a caring group of peers understands your grief journey, when others may not.

Our leaders are welcoming and committed to helping you through grief to more joy. They understand and empathize well, because they have their own grief stories.

They welcome you to join this care group at your own pace and comfort, and they will care deeply for you no matter what.

Cost: $20 to cover the cost of your book. If you are in need of a scholarship to cover the cost of your book, please contact Rhoni Kaastra, at 616-698-3170 x1007.

LGBTQ+ for Families (84th St Campus)

This class has ended and will resume again in September, 2024.

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A peer-support community for family members or allies of someone who identifies in the LGBTQ+ community. Instead of choosing sides, the group provides a safe place to find support, understanding and education through shared experiences and a Christ-centered guided resource.

No Cost. Walk-in’s are welcome.

Navigating Prostate Cancer: A Group for Men (SW Campus)

2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month during June, July and August
6:30-8pm

South Wyoming Campus | 2730 56th St SW, Wyoming, MI  49418

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Nearly a quarter million men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. It is the second most diagnosed cancer in men.

Even with so many men being diagnosed, treated or living with prostate cancer, many men feel alone. Most men, despite having loving and supportive family and friends, need someone to talk with who understands, because they are walking the same path. Don’t let a prostate cancer diagnosis leave you feeling frightened and isolated.

No cost. No registration is required.

Military Reboot: A Group for Combat or Trauma Recovery

Mondays, February 26-May 13, 5:30-7:30pm
South Wyoming Campus | 2730 56th St SW, Wyoming, MI 49418

REBOOT Combat Recovery is a course-not a support group-providing practical help for service members, veterans, first responders, and their families dealing with the moral and spiritual wounds from combat & life trauma. You won’t find shortcuts or easy answers; instead you’ll find solutions that last.

No Cost. Dinner Included!

4:10: A Group for Men Struggling with Sexual Addictions

Saturdays, 7-8:30am
84th St. Campus | 1675 84th St SE, Caledonia, MI 49316

4:10 is a peer-led group for men who are looking for community to discuss sexual addictions in a safe and non-judgmental environment. Join us to discover that you are not alone in your journey, and find support and healing.

Men should enter through the East door.

No signup required. Cost: $15 for book (scholarships available)

Leader Testimonials

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Have Questions?

If you have questions about the support groups above, or any support group questions at all, please get in touch with:

Rhoni Kaastra

Director of Support Groups and Counseling