Our Hope Groups
HOPE GROUPS EXIST TO bring hope to those who are suffering due to choices that they have made or due to to the choices that someone else close to them has made. Unlike individual counseling which often has a waitlist and requires church attendance at Canyon Hills, the HOPE Groups offer immediate help in specific areas and are open to anyone regardless of church attendance. These groups meet at Canyon Hills, in our Counseling/Outreach building at 22125 17th Ave SE Suite 111, Bothell, WA 98021 (across the southeast parking lot from our main church building).
HOPE FOR ADDICTION (MEN)
This group is for those who struggle with any life-enslaving sin including drugs, alcohol, sex, food, gambling, and anger. If you’re struggling with any sin that feels overwhelming, we hope you’ll join our group and learn how to live life biblically. This group is confidential, does not require registration, and is open to any who might need help regardless of whether or not Canyon Hills is your church home. The only cost is for the course materials.
WHEN: Wednesdays from 7-8:30 PM
LEADER: Chad Corneil
HOPE AFTER DIVORCE
This group exists for those who need help and healing after divorce. No registration required. The only cost is for the workbook. This group is open to anyone who is in need of help regardless of whether or not you attend Canyon Hills Community Church.
WHEN: Dates are available on DivorceCare.org. New group starting September 2018.
LEADER: Scott Noble
HOPE FOR HURTING WIVES
For wives who are hurting due to the sin of their husbands including addiction, anger, control, adultery, diagnosed mental disorders, or who have been involved in past sin that makes forgiveness a struggle. No registration is required. This group is open to any woman who is in need regardless of whether or not Canyon Hills Community Church is your home church. The only cost is for materials.
WHEN: Thursdays from 7-8:30 PM
LEADER: Kerri Corneil
This group is for those who struggle with any life-enslaving sin including drugs, alcohol, sex, food and gambling. If you are struggling with any sin that feels overwhelming, we hope you’ll join our group and learn how to live life biblically. This group is confidential, does not require registration, and is open to anyone who might need help regardless of whether or not Canyon Hills Community Church is your home. The only cost for the group is for the course materials.
WHEN: Wednesdays from 7-8:30 PM
LEADER: Joana Baumann
HOPE AMIDST CANCER
This group is for women who meet for encouragement, study, prayer, and laughter. If you are currently facing or have faced cancer, please join us.
WHEN: The second Saturday each month at 10:30 AM
LEADER: Krista Jones
HOPE IN LOSS
Loss is one of life’s inescapable realities. Loss forces us to realize that even the good things we want and enjoy are fragile, temporary and unrecoverable. Yet God meets us in our loss, and God gives us others to share the sorrow of our losses with. For women who have lost a husband, child, or parent after a season of care taking, this group meets for fellowship, prayer, and community as we grieve the loss of our loved ones.
THIS GROUP IS ON HIATUS.
WHERE: Offsite. Please email email@example.com or call (425) 488-4121 for more info or to get connected.
HOPE IN PURITY
For those struggling with sexual sin, as well as those suffering from the sin of their spouse. Meet with advocates and partners who come alongside individuals and couples seeking to overcome life-enslaving sexual sin. Email HIP@chccbw.org for more information and to get connected.
WHEN: During Counseling Office Hours
CONTACT: 425-488-4121 | HIP@chccbw.org
LEADER: Hope in Purity Team
WAITING IN HOPE
If you are a woman who is walking with a child, husband, or any loved one through the heartache of drug or alcohol addictions, we would like to come alongside you in prayer and support as you journey forward. We pray through scriptures for our loved ones and each other. Join us for soup & prayers!
WHEN: 2nd Monday of each month
CONTACT: 425-488-4121 | firstname.lastname@example.org
LEADERS: Cindy Remington & Shellie Hoover