On this page you will find a variety of groups and events designed to meet you right where you're at. This includes support systems for mental health and addiction struggles. The world we live in can feel like a battleground at times and above all we want you to know that you're not alone. We hope and pray that these opportunities are able to provide you or your loved ones with a sense of support and community.

Peace in the Storm (PITS)

6805 Bluegrass Dr, Clarkston, MI

4th Tuesday Every Month | 7-8pm

This is a hybrid group that meets both in-person and virtually via Zoom concurrently. The group considers how to more deeply look for, look through, and look within for God's Presence as we journey with both life and storms.


Contact: Pastor Kate Zywicki

LIFE Ministry

The Living In Finite Experiences (LIFE) Ministry promotes mental health awareness throughout our community. There are LIFE Ministry monthly virtual meetings where we schedule and plan opportunities for awareness, prevention, and support. You will also see that some of our other opportunities are in fact LIFE Ministry centered events as well. Please contact Pastor Kate Zywicki to see how you can engage with our virtual LIFE Ministry during this pandemic time.

Contact: LIFE Ministry

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international fellowship of men and women who struggle with addiction. It is nonprofessional, self supporting, multiracial, and apolitical. There are no age or education requirements. Currently there is a 10am Thursday morning group (A New Freedom for Women) meeting at Clintonwood Park, a 7pm Thursday night group meeting at Calvary, a 10am Saturday morning group (A Reason to Believe) meeting at Clintonwood Park, and a 7pm Monday night group (Footprints) meeting at Calvary. If you are interested in learning more the AA Central Office (Pontiac) phone number can be found below.

Contact: 248-332-3521

Pastoral Care

We want to assure you that despite everything that is going on, our pastors remain available for our community. Whether you have an emergency, are in need of counseling, or something else altogether, your needs remain our highest priority. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us for pastoral care of any sort during these challenging times. You can also send us Prayer Requests if you find that is helpful in any way.