Support & Counseling

We Can Help

Immediate Needs 

If you have a mental, emotional or physical emergency, including suicidal thoughts, please call 911 immediately to receive help. If you would like emotional and spiritual support due to an emergency hospitalization or death in your family, please call the church at 317.848.2722 and follow the prompts to reach the staff member on call.

Care Foundations

God & Prayer

It's vital to invite God into your life difficulties through prayer. Ask for His guidance, wisdom, and comfort as you embark on this journey of challenge, growth, and healing. At the conclusion of each service, there is also an opportunity to meet with someone for prayer, encouragement and next step recommendations.
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Community Groups

Grace provides many opportunities to connect with men's, women's, young adult's, single's, and small groups which provide an environment for deep relational connection and support. Apart from God, no one can walk alongside you in your times of need more effectively than those whom which you regularly do life.
Find a Group

Care Appointments

We want to connect with you personally and believe it can be the most effective way to show compassion and ignite transformation. Care appointments allow you to meet with a Care Ministry Team Member for prayer, encouragement, and resource recommendations. Click here to schedule an appointment or email us.
Schedule a Care Appointment​​​

Direct Counseling Referrals

We maintain a list of Professional Referrals and Lower Cost Counseling options. If you need help with a counseling recommendation, you can submit a referral request.
Referral Request

Recovery Groups


Fridays at 7:00 p.m.  
146th Street, North Auditorium

The Adult 180Xchange is a weekly Life-Change Recovery Ministry that is based on the biblical principles of transformation and the Twelve Steps model. Each night consists of large group teaching and integrity group meetings. Integrity groups are separated by gender and issues consisting of: Hurts, Habits, and Hang-ups. Participants do not need to sign up. Childcare is available and we ask that you register in advance. Listen to the 180Xchange messages.
180 Childcare Signup

Young Adults

Thursdays at 7:00 p.m.  
146th Street, North Auditorium

Our Young Adult 180Xchange meets on Thursday nights for weekly meetings where we use the Twelve Step model to learn from and interact with others who are facing the same struggles. Its purpose is to encourage healthy relationships and provide a safe place to explore and ask questions. No registration is needed, just show up. Contact with questions.

Support Groups


January 6 - April 14 from 2:00-4:00 p.m.
146th Street Campus, Room N256

If you have experienced a loss, no matter how far in the past it occurred, you may benefit from this group opportunity.  We believe that small group experiences can provide great comfort, support, and deep healing. Please join us. We would consider it a privilege to walk alongside you during this challenging time. The cost of the class is $20 and scholarships are available. Contact Amy Christoffersen with questions.
GriefShare Signup

Care Events & Classes 


Grace Church believes that marriage is a covenant relationship established by God to be a blessing – not only to the husband and wife – but to their children and their wider community. Since marriage is so vital, the leaders of Grace Church feel a responsibility to ensure that every couple has as good a start as possible. Learn more on our Weddings page.


If your family has experienced a death, please contact the church at 317.848.2722 and ask for the specific pastor that you would like to officiate the funeral or visit the staff page on our website for the pastor’s direct contact information.


If you are trained in the mental health field and/or would like to use your personal story of growth and healing to walk alongside another during their life challenges, please contact Amy Christoffersen at 317.848.2722.


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