Healing from divorce is not easy. At DivorceCare groups, people in separation and divorce finds tools, teaching and support to help them deal with their pain and give them hope for the future.

Most people will say separation and divorce are the most painful and stressful experiences they’ve ever had. If you are facing this, you know it’s a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about issues you’ve never encountered before.

DivorceCare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. This 13-week Christ-centered program includes three main parts—video, group discussion and personal Bible study. The videos feature teaching from over 50 leading Christian counselors, teachers and pastors who speak on topics important to people in separation or divorce. The videos also contain real-life stories of people who’ve been through a marital breakup, as they share their pain, challenges and path to healing.

During the discussion time, the group will discuss the concepts presented in the videos and share what is going on in everyone’s lives. Each participant will receive a workbook that contains a daily Bible study for personal reflection and application throughout the following week.

The DivorceCare sessions address divorce-related concerns, such as how long is this pain going to last? Will I survive? Are these feelings I’m having normal? Where is God in all this? You’ll gain insights on how to handle tough emotions, such as anger, depression and loneliness.

Learn more: http://www.divorcecare.org/about

Workshop Details

Who: The workshop is for anyone facing divorce or separation.

When: 13 weeks, starting January 5, 2023 from 7:00 – 8:45 p.m.

Where: Chapel Suite 1 + 2, Ward Northville Campus


You are welcome to begin attending at any point. Each week is “self-contained,” so you do not need to attend in sequence. You can pick up any weeks you missed in our next session. Childcare is provided.

Weekly Topics

  1. Deep Hurt
  2. Road to Recovery
  3. Anger
  4. Grief & Depression
  5. Loneliness
  6. Fears & Anxiety
  7. Family & Friends
  8. Financial & Legal Issues
  9. Conflict
  10. Forgiveness
  11. Your Former Spouse
  12. Single Living
  13. Brighter Days