For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
— Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)

Northland Cathedral Support Groups

In Level One we learn how to get off the disaster treadmill and break the disaster cycle. As we seek Gods plan for our lives we will learn that by breaking the disaster cycle we can reclaim Gods promises for our lives. Utilizing three different processes we learn and reaffirm that God does have a plan and future for our lives. We accomplish this through informal teaching and interpersonal sharing. Contact Dirk Webb for more information 816-377-9598.

Level Two is an introduction to understanding why we experience & how to break free from low self-esteem, no self-identity, guilt, shame, depression and co-dependency.

There are three topics of study:

1. The original sin & the fallen nature of man. 2. God’s pursuit of his relationship with man. 3. Boundary setting; Boundaries define who we are. We will learn how to say no and when to say yes to take control of our life. Contact Betty Barber for more information 816-419-9315. 

Codependency Ladies Support Group

This 12 step program helps you recognize problems of codependency. It offers sound Biblical strategies that give hope and promise healing from the damage codependency can do to your life. it will help you acknowledge and define your compulsions, understand the role your parents played, deal with painful guilt and depend on God.

Based on Rapha's Study by Pat Springle, it meets Saturdays at 9:30 am in room Z-6. Books will be available in the class. Enter by the main entrance and follow the signs.

For information, contact Betty Barber at 816-419-9315.


Facilitators: Gary & Mary Wilcutt
Time: Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm
Location: Z-16

In this small group, you will receive encouragement and hope by interacting with others who are experiencing separation or divorce. This support group includes the following topics:
What's Happening to Me? 
Facing Anger & Depression
Facing Loneliness