Eastridge Church offers many solutions groups that aim to meet the needs of our church family and community. Solutions Groups provide practical help, encouragement, and spiritual and emotional support to participants.
There is no fee or need to register for a group; you are welcome to join at any time. For more information about a specific support group, click on the appropriate section or contact the group leader. For other questions, call the Church Office at (425) 270-6300.
PRIVATE PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING SESSIONS
Eastridge partners with two Christian counselors who — Cathy McAlhaney and Daron Wicker. Click here to read more.
Celebrate Recovery is for all of us with hurts, hang-ups and habits. Christ-centered and Bible-based, this ongoing ministry is open to all people looking for a safe place to grow in their relationship with Christ and journey toward deeper healing. Each Celebrate Recovery gathering includes dinner, a time of worship, group teaching and small group discussions.
Thursdays at 6 pm (Issaquah campus). Contact us for more info and to sign-up.
SEVEN PILLARS TO FEEDOM
Adult men who battle with sex addiction or porn addiction will find help in a Seven Pillars of Freedom group. Participants will gain an understanding of sex/porn addiction and recovery by using workbook material that is clinically proven and theologically sound. Groups are designed to provide a safe place to process their addiction, build a lifestyle of accountability, and heal from sex/porn addiction. Group duration is eight to eleven months.
Meets Wednesdays at 7pm in the large chapel (Issaquah). For more information on the group, please contact Daron Wicker.
TOP GUN FOR DADS AND SONS
For dad and son to work together to begin to understand sexual health, Top Gun provides practical steps to move into sexual health as part of a unique team of fellow warriors. Together, you’ll study biblical principles and how they relate to the most recent research on sexual struggles. You’ll develop strategies for success and live out proven techniques. You’ll stop hiding in shame as you learn to live strong and free.
For more information on the group, contact Daron Wicker.