The spring session of AgapeU will begin on Wednesday, June 12th and continue weekly until July 17th. Each class will begin at 6pm with a free meal for all visitors. Childcare and classes for children and teens will be available as well.
For the summer session, we are offering 2 classes for adults to choose from:
Option #1: Hope for the Journey – help for families and friends of those who struggle with addiction
This faith-based class will examine how addiction impacts the family and friends of those struggling with alcohol or drug dependence. Goals include equipping class participants to deal with related issues such as conflict, shame, anger, and isolation, as well as offering encouragement and hope. This class is intended for those close to someone struggling with addiction, as well as those who want to know more about this subject matter.
Option #2: Families Count – Parenting Class
Families Count is a faith-based parenting class that has been taught all over the country as a way of restoring and strengthening families. Developed by LifeLine Children Services in Birmingham, this class covers topics such as discipline methods, childhood development, home-life structure, resource budgeting, generational cycles, unintended parenting messages, and much more. This class is intended for families working on reconciliation, parents of children still in the home, and even for couples who may be planning to start a family.