Two new groups starting at St Michael’s (via zoom) in March and April 2021
We are again partnering with Kintsugi Hope to run the Kintsugi Hope Wellbeing Groups. We have two groups starting soon: One on Thursday evenings starting 11 March, and one on Wednesday evenings starting 14 April. They each run for 12 weeks.
Who is it For?
The stress and demands of modern living can take their toll on our mental health and wellbeing. Many of us may feel the affect but not fully understand the cause. There has been a tendency in our society to not talk about our struggles yet ….” healing starts the moment we are heard!”
So the vision of Kintsugi Hope is to provide a place where people can experience :
- Safety and support where there is no shame and embarrassment in struggling
- An increase in self worth, confidence and wellbeing
- A deeper understanding of the reality of Gods love for them.
- Clear pathways to receive additional support if needed
However …. What it is not!
It is not therapy – there are no leaders or experts.
For this reason it would not be suitable for those with a more serious diagnosed mental illness.
If you feel this might be for you and you’d like to find out more or would like to sign up for a group please email email@example.com
Comments from previous participants:
“ I looked and listened to others in the room who I presumed had their lives sorted and realised that it wasn’t just me , that I wasn’t alone in my struggles”
“ The materials and resources covered have provided me with a metaphorical tool box to refer to on difficult days”
“ I’ve learnt about myself, what God wants for me and that there’s a better way, a better life in Him, as He intended”
“ I wish there had been something like this years ago! I needn’t have struggled for so long in silence”
“ I’ve realised ‘it’s OK not to be OK’ and that this was the first step to me acknowledging where I was at, having the desire to make changes, seek further and move forwards”
“The Kintsugi Hope Group allowed me to be honest with myself amongst a group of people where there was no judgement and who I could trust. It helped me to understand myself in a better way”
One final comment …. “ We HAVE to do this …it’s the heart of the gospel!”