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Cancer Support Ministry (Hope for the Journey)

What is Hope for the Journey?

We offer a free monthly Support Group with Dinner. Our meetings are one Tuesday each month from 6:30 pm to 8 pm in Fellowship Hall. Hope for the Journey is an uplifting, Christ centered ministry. Anyone in the community is welcome; you do not need to be a church member. We serve men and women with all types of cancer diagnoses and you can bring your spouse, caregiver, or a friend. 

 

Schedule 

6:30pm–7:05pm - fellowship and meal 

7:05pm–7:20pm - announcements, articles, information 

7:20pm–7:40pm - devotional by our Clinical Chaplain 

7:40pm–7:50pm - share prayer requests 

7:50pm–8:00pm - prayer  

2020 Dates 

January 14
February 11
March 1 Special Fundraising Dinner
April 14
May 12 (ZOOM Meeting)
June 16 (ZOOM Meeting)
July 14 (ZOOM Meeting)
August 11 (ZOOM Meeting)
September 15 (ZOOM Meeting)
October 13 (ZOOM Meeting)
November 10 (ZOOM Meeting)
December 8 (ZOOM Meeting)

*Contact for the ZOOM link to join one of our monthly meetings or for more information about North Metro’s Cancer Ministry.

Resources

American Cancer Society (cancer.org) 1-800-ACS-2345 (Services: Patient Lodging Programs, Rides to Treatment, Breast Cancer Support, Patient Navigator-Personal cancer guide, I Can Cope-Online cancer education classes.) 

GeorgiaCancerInfo.org 404-523-8735 (Comprehensive info on Ga-based cancer care) 

Imermanangels.org 1-866-463-7626 (Meet your cancer match.) 

CanCare.org 1-888-461-0028 (Match you with a survivor who has been there. Match your Caregiver to their experienced Caregivers.) 

CancerHopeNetwork.org 1-877-467-3638 (Talk with someone who has been there. Articles on hope.) 

Cure Magazine (CureToday.com) (Cancer updates, research & education. Order a free magazine.) 

CleaningforaReason.org (Free housecleaning for women undergoing treatment.) 

Assessment Form

Hope for the Journey Assessment

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Are you a member of a church?*

Are you a person living with cancer?*

Are you currently receiving chemotherapy or radiation?

What do you hope to receive from this support group?*

Which organizational activities would be most important to you?*

If you want group meetings, how often would you be likely to attend?*

Would you attend by yourself?*

With a family member or friend?

Is transportation a problem for you?*

Can you volunteer your time for group activities or planning committees?*

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