Moving from fear to hope
A diagnosis of cancer or obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) can trigger an avalanche of questions and feelings:
"I can't believe it."
"What's treatment like?"
"Is God punishing me?"
"How will this affect my family?"
"Will I get through this?"
But Willow Creek's support groups at our South Barrington location come alongside you during your journey. Whether you are directly or indirectly affected by a cancer or OCD diagnosis, you'll find a safe place where individuals—and their families—share with one another, support one another, and learn together from their experiences.
CANCER SUPPORTCancer Support helps participants cope with the emotional, spiritual, relational, and physical challenges that accompany cancer. Through large-group teaching, a devotional time, and small-group discussion, participants can experience joy, hope, and healing in this caring, Christ-centered community.
Cancer Support meets from 10–11:30 a.m. on most second and fourth Saturdays of each month in Room B205 at Willow South Barrington. Confirm room location at lobby monitors.
2017 Dates: January 14 & 28; February 11 & 25; March 11 & 25; April 8 & 22; May 13; June 10 & 24; July 22; August 26; September 9 & 23; October 14 & 28; November 11; and December 9.
(Note: Cancer Support's annual summer picnic is held on June 24. Email Randy for details. No Cancer Support meetings will be held on these dates: May 27; July 8; August 12; November 25; or December 23.)
Questions?Email Randy, Cancer Support leader, to learn more.
OCD Support is a safe and confidential community for those struggling with obsessive-compulsive disorder—and for family and friends seeking to learn how to best support them. OCD Support offers encouragement, support, and understanding through Christ-centered Bible study, prayer, and community with other adults who have been there.
OCD Support meets from 1:15–3:15 p.m. on the second and fourth Sunday of every month, in Room F175 at Willow Creek’s South Barrington campus, unless otherwise noted on lobby monitors.
Questions?Email Cheryl, OCD Support leader, to learn more.