Participating in a support group provides you with an opportunity to be with others who are experiencing common challenges and can understand what you are going through. Trinity offers several support groups to help you get connected.
Concerned someone you love is developing dementia? Looking for a place to ask some questions, share your concerns and find some answers? The Alzheimer support group will listen to you, pray with you and share experiences with you.
Meets 1st Thursday of the month
2:30-4PM | via Zoom
For link, email Mary (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 714.505.6254 x102.
Are you in the role of caregiver? Are you dealing with doctors, medications, daily care needs as well as balancing your own family’s needs? This support group is a place where you can share your concerns, frustrations and receive support, encouragement, helpful information and prayer in a safe, confidential group.
Meets 2nd Thursday of each month @2-3:30PM | Samaritan Care Center
Contact Mary (email@example.com) or call 714.505.6254 x102.
After the loss of a loved one, you can feel lonely, sad, and wonder if you are ever going to feel normal again. This weekly group meets to learn how to go from mourning to joy though a biblically-based DVD presentation. The support of others in the group will help you learn what your ‘new normal’ is going to be. A workbook is available for purchase for $15. Scholarships are available.
Meets Wednesdays @3:30-5PM | Room 505
Contact Mary (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 714.505.6254 x102 for more info.
Rev. Dr. Steven B. Miller
Steve grew up in Palos Verdes in a church-going family. After coming to Christ in high school, Steve said yes to the Lord’s leading which took him to ministry in the Sierra mountains, New Jersey and the USSR. Steve graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with a B.S.; Princeton Seminary with an M.Div.; and Fuller Seminary with his D. Min. Steve is happily married to Mende and is excited about his two wonderful kids, Joshua and Hannah Rae, as they spring board from college at Whitworth. When not at church you can find Steve working in the garden, hiking in the hills, making something with wood, or watching soccer.