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The Lord hears his people when they call to him for help.
He rescues them from all of their troubles.
The LORD is close to the brokenhearted;
He rescues those whose spirits are crushed.
Psalm 34:17-18

Everyone faces tough times in their lives. Everyone. Jesus even told us, “here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows.” It is the nature of this fallen world. When the hard stuff happens, when you feel lost and alone, when you are up against something you cannot handle on your own, Community Bible Church is here to help.

Sometimes a group setting is the most beneficial, such as with 12-step recovery, divorce care, or grief support. Other times, you may need one-on-one assistance or counseling, like when making funeral arrangements or when dealing with mental health issues. Whatever the struggle, CBC provides support through a network of ministries with trained volunteers as well as professional and community resources.

Don’t go it alone. Let us walk with you through the valley, and with Jesus, guide you to the other side. That’s what community is all about.

Summer ’18 Groups

Changes That Heal—Understand your past to ensure a healthier future
Begins September 4
Connect more deeply with others to form truly intimate relationships, develop healthy independence from those you’re connected to, understand the good and bad in yourself and others, as you grow spiritually to fully feel like an adult. Join us for this 13 week journey on Tuesdays at 6:30pm beginning September 4.
Registration opens at the beginning of August

Boundaries—When to Say Yes, How to Say No
Begins September 4
Can I set limits and still be a loving person? What if someone is upset or hurt when I say no? Isn’t saying no selfish? Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend offer biblically-based answers to these tough questions and more, showing us how to set boundaries with our parents, spouses, children, friends, co-workers, and even ourselves. Beginning, September 4th this group will meet on Tuesdays at 6:30pm.
Registration opens at the beginning of August

Hiding from Love—How to Change the Patterns that Isolate Us
Begins September 4
When we experience emotional injury, fear, shame or pride our first impulse is to hide the hurting parts from God and from others. Even from ourselves. Dr. John Townsend, a Christian psychologist, helps us to explore those hiding patterns that have developed and guides us toward the healing grace and truth that God has built into safe, connected relationships. Join us for a journey of new freedom. Beginning, September 4th, this group will meet on Tuesdays at 6:30pm.
Registration opens at the beginning of August

Safe People—How to find relationships that are good
Have You Ever Given Your Best and Gotten the Worst in Return? The wounds inflicted by an ‘unsafe’ person can go deep. If you’ve ever been in a relationship where you were used, abused, or abandoned, then Safe People is for you. It will help you make wise choices in relationships from friendships to romance. You’ll discover why good people can get tangled in bad relationships. And you’ll learn how to avoid repeating you own mistakes and how to pick safe, healthy people for the friends you make and the company you keep. Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend share expert insights that will help you: Correct things within you that jeopardize your relational security Learn the 20 traits of unsafe people Recognize what makes people trustworthy Avoid unhealthy relationships Become a safe person yourself.
This group is scheduled to be offered again in the Spring of 2019

Separation and divorce can be one of life’s most painful, stressful experiences – a time of deep confusion, shame, and isolation. Overcome challenges and rebuild your life in a safe, supportive environment with others who’ve “been there.” Meets Tuesdays, 6:30pm.
To register click here.

If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, it can be hard to feel hopeful about the future. Finding others who understand may also be a challenge. Let a caring community encourage and support you on your healing journey from mourning to joy. Meets Tuesdays, 6:30pm.
To register click here.

Celebrate recovery groups are ongoing and meet 50 weeks a year.  There is no pre-registration required.  Newcomers are always welcome and encouraged to join us.  Please contact to inquire about free childcare while attending group.

Celebrate Recovery
A transformational, biblically based program that celebrates God’s healing power while guiding you along a road to lasting freedom and recovery. This proven 12-step study helps overcome hurts, habits, hang-ups, and any addictions. Weekly format on Tuesday evenings includes dinner at 6pm, worship at 6:30pm, topical teaching, group meetings, plus fellowship after groups. For more information, please contact Director of Support & Recovery, Frank Kirby at 210-253-5979 or email here. To go to the CR website click here.

Click below for our Professional Recovery Referrals guide.

Professional Recovery Referrals Guide

Starting this September, Grace Groups will be moving to Tuesday nights.  We hope you will be able to join us on our new night this Fall.

Grace Groups — Summer, Fall, & Spring semesters offered
Grace Groups were designed to relieve suffering, reveal Christ, and restore lives. (John 9:1-3) Grace Groups provide an ongoing support structure to help individuals living with mental health difficulties and disorders as well as their families and friends. We hope to hold one another up and give each person practical skills and tools necessary for them to regain their lives and rebuild their families. All of this is done in a Christ-centered environment with a clear focus on God’s grace for life transformation.

These groups are ongoing and meet at least 40 weeks a year. Registration is available below or also in group. Newcomers are welcome each week and are encouraged to join us. Childcare is also available for children 6 weeks – 5th grade. Click here to make a Kids Club reservation

Family Grace Group
For families of those living with mental health challenges
Family Grace is a curriculum that provides validating support, helpful biblical and clinical insights, and empowerment through practical tools to see greater hope. A community experience that will help you discover unique insights for all your tough questions, tools to improve your relationship with your loved one, and simple solutions to renew personal hope. Meets Thursdays, 6:30pm. Register here.

Living Grace
For individuals with mental health challenges
Living Grace is a curriculum that provide validating support, helpful biblical and clinical insights, and various practical tools to empower personal well-being and greater hope. A community experience proven to reduce symptoms, aid in overall mental health recovery, and renew faith. Meets, Thursdays, 6:30pm.

For Living Grace Coed, register here.
For Living Grace for Women, register here.

Living Hope
For individuals affected by any type of trauma
Living Hope is a safe place that builds resilience and promotes renewal for anyone affected by trauma or PTSD. (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). The guided curriculum features biblical faith, educational facts with practical tools, and strategies for building a healthy future. Gender specific groups available. Meets, Thursdays, 6:30pm.

Living Hope for Women, register here.
Living Hope for Men will return in the fall.

For more information about Grace Groups, click on this link:


Mental Health Support Group events for Summer 2018 PDF | DOC  

Married? Falling in love requires a pulse. Staying in love requires a plan. re|engage is CBC’s plan to help couples build better marriages Whether your marriage needs to be strengthened or resurrected, re|engage is a safe place to reconnect with the one you vowed to be with for better or for worse. re|engage offers hope by helping couples move towards oneness through grace & truth. If that sounds good to you, welcome to the journey of re|engage!  re|engage is always open, with new small groups forming each week
Click here to register.

Engaged or Seriously Dating? Merge is designed to give engaged and seriously dating couples an opportunity to learn, seek wisdom, and receive counsel about marriage in a fun, challenging, and authentic environment. In this 8 week class, we will address common challenges from a biblical perspective. Classes include large group teaching, small group table discussion, and interactive learning opportunities.

Fall semester will begin September 11th and end October 30th.
Click here to register.