If you are going through a tough time, please let us offer you guidance and encouragement. We offer support groups as well as individual counseling services.
Thursdays | 5-7pm Dinner and Fellowship | 7-8:30pm Group Meetings
Care Nights are intended to meet the various needs within our community. For more information and program offerings, click here »
Shepherd Counseling Center
The Mt. Bethel Shepherd Counseling Center recognizes that people both inside and outside the church sometimes need the assistance of a mental health professional. We believe that the mission of the church goes beyond worship and teaching.
The Shepherd Center provides a Christian setting to meet the psychological needs of the greater community. Our therapists are in general practice, offering the customary range of psychological services, including individual adult psychotherapy, individual child psychotherapy, assessment and evaluation, marital therapy, family therapy, group psychotherapy, and structured psycho-educational groups.
For more information, please call the Shepherd Counseling Center at 678.571.5119.
Facilitators: Rev. Glenn Ray, Kevin Nicholas, and licensed professional counselor, Judith Reichenbach | Find out more »
Are you dealing with lawyers, family, custody, infidelity, blended families, or do you just need someone to listen and talk to? Come to our friendly, confidential, Christ-centered Divorce Care where there are people who understand your pain and fears.
The group is led by Licensed Professional Counselor, Judith Reichenbach, Ed. S. and Rev. Glenn Ray. We utilize the national Divorce Care Program.
You may sign up here, or by contacting Judith Reichenbach at 770.597.9882 or Glenn Ray at 770.971.2880. We look forward to seeing you and supporting you and your family through the pain of separation/divorce.
Facilitators: Dr. Susan Zonnebelt-Smeenge, a licensed clinical psychologist, and Dr. Robert DeVries, a pastor and seminary professor emeritus | Find out more »
If you have experienced a significant loss including that of a spouse, child, parent, sibling, or friend for which you are presently grieving, Mt. Bethel UMC offers a group program through Care Nights.
If you would like individual counseling, please contact Susan at 616.780.1082 or Bob at 616.780.5433.
Aloha to Senior Solutions
Aloha to Senior Solutions, located within the Mt. Bethel Community Center, provides care coaching and consultation as well as family caregiver education and support groups. If you are caring for a spouse, sibling, or aging parent, please contact us to let us help you navigate the care journey. Our support groups are educational, resource-based and allow for an open forum of sharing with other caregivers.
We specialize in family and caregiver support in dealing with Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia and age related health issues.
For more information, please call Aloha to Seniors at 678.777.7241.
Ruth Young Women’s Cancer Support Group
First Tuesday of each month | 7pm | Mt. Bethel Community Center
Any woman experiencing cancer at Mt. Bethel or in the community is invited to participate in our faith-based women’s cancer support group. Our mission to support any woman who has a diagnosis of cancer by making her cancer journey as easy and comfortable as possible. The monthly meetings offer emotional support as well as resources regarding cancer treatment. Contact Sandy Weber if you have questions or would like additional information.
Men’s Cancer Support
If you are battling cancer, we want to help. We will assign a man who has gone through cancer and its treatment to be at the side of someone who is currently fighting that battle. Please contact Ben or Kibbie to get started.
Peer Financial Counseling
We have members who can provides, guidance, direction, and prayer for those suffering from financial problems resulting from the death of a spouse, a change in employment, or any other reason. Perhaps you just need someone to help you prepare a budget, or be a sounding board about your financial plans. Please contact Kibbie to get started.