After assessing the fact that in an organized church structure it is impossible to truly mentor and have an intimate relationship with individuals and families, we made the decision to close the doors to the traditional church building setting and service times, to focus on addressing the trauma that caused the conflicts within families, church organizations and the communities they serve.
By focusing on women over forty we are addressing the heart of the typical Christian family – which is Mom and Grandmothers. As the matriarchal influence over families, Mothers, and Grandmothers are known for their volunteering, working, praying, and nurturing natures which are often taken for granted.
We focus on smaller, more intimate groups of discussion and activities. Circles Journey Groups for women is a thriving and active community of women who are sharing their wisdom, experiences, dialogs, and traumas so that healing can begin–first in themselves, then in how they relate to one another and then towards their families.
Additional projects and activities occur on a periodic basis to enable families to reconnect and experience a deeper way of communicating, addressing trauma and pain, and interacting within their communities.