Care and Support



mending the soul

Mending the Soul is specifically designed for women who have been victims of any form of abuse including neglect, sexual, physical and verbal abuse.

If you have suffered any form of abuse - whether it was recent or from your past - and are looking for support, this group will provide biblically guided healing in a safe, non-judgmental environment guided by caring facilitators. We are committed to providing you with the utmost confidentiality while you attend this 10-week program.

Mending the Soul will meet on Thursday evenings beginning January 17th, from 6:00-8:00pm.

This class is now full. If you would like to attend our next Mending the Soul class, please email Pam Phillips at .



GriefShare is a special weekly seminar and support group designed to help you rebuild your life after losing a loved one. Our group is lead by caring people who have experienced grief, and want to help you through the difficult days ahead. The program is nondenominational, open to the community,  and features biblical concepts for healing from your grief.

Evening classes are available on Tuesdays, 6:00-8:00pm beginning January 29th in the Pastor Conference Room. This class will run every Tuesday through April 23rd, but you may join at any time.

Cost is $15.


Morning classes are available on Mondays, 9:30-11:30am beginning January 28th in the Worship Center Classroom on the south west side of the worship center. This class will run every Monday (except holidays) through April 22nd, but you may join at any time.

Cost is $15.


Questions? Contact Pam Phillips at .


Find Help. Discover Hope. Experience Healing.

This program focuses on concepts and practical advice that will help with healing from hurt caused by separation or divorce.  Our prayer is that you will heal, and in the process, develop a deepening relationship with God through Jesus Christ. This program includes practical elements that work together to help you in your healing, which includes a video seminar, group discussion, and a personal workbook. This is a 14 week program.

Cost is $15.

Every Thursday starting January 10th, 2019 and running through April 11th, 6:30-8:30pm in the Junior High Room.

If you would like to join this group, please contact Cristal Fabrizio at

divorcecare for kids

DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) is a weekly group to help children, ages 5-12, heal from the hurt that comes from the separation or divorce of their parents. Through the use of games, crafts, videos, music, puppets, exercise, stories, and activities, children learn to process the breakup of their once intact family. 

This program runs concurrently with DivorceCare, and we ask that the parent is attending DivorceCare at the same time that their children are attending DC4K. Once the parent has registered for DivorceCare, they will be sent a link to register their child(ren) for DC4K.

Cost is $15 per child, and scholarships are available. If you are a grandparent, foster parent or other family member who would like to register a child for DC4K, please contact Cristal Fabrizio at


Highlands partners with to provide support via live chat to anyone who is in need. Twenty-four hours a day, there are volunteer coaches online ready to listen, encourage, and point chatters to Jesus. Visit to start your online chat now!

Victims of Abuse

Your safety is of utmost importance to us. If you are a victim of sexual violence, we want to offer you support as well as support you in your after-care. Types of sexual violence includes rape, child sexual abuse, molestation and intimate married sexual violence. If you find yourself a victim, you can get help 24/7 at RAINN. RAINN is the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network. You will immediately be connected to someone who will help you obtain the immediate resources that you need. Call 24/7 1.800.656.HOPE (4673) or visit

Domestic Abuse/Violence or relationship abuse/violence is a pattern of behaviors used by one person to maintain power and control over another in a relationship. This can include physical or mental abuse. If you are a victim of abuse and you need immediate help, please call The National Domestic Abuse Hotline at 1-800-799-7233

You can also contact our Highlands Crisis Response Team at 480-348-9191. Your Crises Response Team Contacts at Highlands are Doc Warkentin, Matt Nuessle, Pam Phillips, and Jodi Giarrante.