Monday nights are Recovery for Life nights at TFRC. Join with others who are struggling with hurts, hang-ups, or addictive habits.
The goal of Recovery for Life! is not only to recover from our problems and hurts of the past, but to develop Christ-like character and deeper friendships in the process.
Each Monday evening begins with a meal at 6:00 p.m. and recovery groups meet weekly at 7:00 p.m. unless noted otherwise.
Cancer takes a toll, not only on our bodies but also emotionally and spiritually. Whether you are in the midst of your battle with cancer, have recently gone into remission, or are close to a loved one who is battling cancer, this group is a safe space to hear others' stories and to share yours.
Meets every second Monday of the month in September-May
Take the next step with a non-threatening look at the Bible, alongside other women seeking life’s answers…just like YOU!
Women’s Word For Life is also a great place to come if you’ve finished or are ready to move on from another Recovery For Life group; or if your husband is involved with another group on Monday nights. Come join us!
There is a spiritual foundation for our recovery from alcohol and substance abuse! The purpose of “HOPE” is to share our experiences, strengths, and hopes and celebrate God’s healing power in our lives by working through a Christ-centered twelve-step program.
This group provides support for those who have experience a loss of a friend or a loved one to suicide.
"You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free" (John 8:32 niv). It's Jesus's promise to you--the promise that you will live triumphantly. But what keeps you from really walking in the joy of the Lord? The powers of darkness attack us daily. But, as Dr. Neil Anderson shows in Victory Over the Darkness, you can have the power to conquer them by knowing who you are in Christ. You will learn how to realize the power of your identity in Christ.
This is a special weekly support group and seminar for people who are separated or divorced. The group provides a place to be around others who understand what you are experiencing. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to deal with the pain of the past and look forward to rebuilding your life.
Al-Anon has but one purpose: To help families of alcoholics. We do this by practicing the Twelve steps, by welcoming and giving comfort to families of alcoholics, and by giving understanding and encouragement to the alcoholics.
Do you have a hard time setting boundaries? Do you take care of others to the point of neglecting your own needs? Do you want to please others to the extent that you say yes when you would rather say no? Do you often experience hurt, anger, and guilt? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this group may be for you. Join us and move beyond the hurts of the past to experience the journey of recovery in Christ.
This once-a-month support group is for anyone battling a chronic illness or chronic pain process (e.g. Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease, Heart/Lung diseases, autoimmune diseases, etc...). It is a place to help process some of the difficulties of having a chronic illness, and find hope and emotional support. All chronic illness sufferers are welcome.
Meets every 3rd Monday September-May.
Helping parents discover how to raise respectful, responsible children and deal with issues like boundaries, anger, stress management and much more! We offer many different classes, including Love & Logic curriculum, taught by trained and caring facilitators.
Foster parents are the front-line champions caring for the abused and neglected children in our local communities. Foster Parent Support Group is available for current licensed foster parents. If you have ainquiries on how to become a foster parent, contact Fostering Idaho at (208)-734-4435
Meets 4th Monday through September-May