Up-coming Groups

Participation in our closed groups is limited to those:

  • 18 or older
  • Willing and able to set aside 1-2 hours weekly for homework.
  • Willing to discuss the weekly reading and homework with their group.
  • Able to to attend group regularly.
  • Able to pay the $20 registration fee (contact us to set up a payment plan if needed).
  • Who understand that LifePath is not therapy and the groups are led by peers and not by professionals.

Our groups are small (6-12), topical and gender specific. These groups are closed, which means there are no new participants allowed after the first night. 

If you missed registration, you still have options! 

Open Group
No registration required and everyone is welcome!
from 7:00-8:00 pm in Faith Annex, Sundays through April 9, 2017.

We will be facilitating discussion on issues such as the 12-Steps, codependency, self-defeating thoughts, perfectionism, guilt and shame, boundaries and more.

LIfePath is intentionally designed to be a safe place to facilitate hope and healing for life's hurts. We provide groups that offer strategies and opportunities to practice healthy behaviors.

LifePath is open to anyone struggling with hurtful relationships, behaviors or attitudes. This Christ-centered environment is accepting, challenging and encouraging to those who desire to overcome and move towards emotional and spiritual maturity and wholeness. 

We do this by:

  • Providing a safe and confidential environment.
  • Helping people assess their own readiness.
  • Implementing biblically sound teaching and curriculum.
  • Creating structured group experiences.

LifePath groups are not a replacement for professional counseling. Our groups have trained, peer facilitators who are committed to their personal process of growth. It is our hope that through participating in LifePath you will grow spiritually and receive tools to help you gain freedom from life's hurts, destructive behaviors and struggles.

FOR ANY QUESTIONS contact Diane Dufresne at ddufresne@salemalliance.org