“Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble” (Matthew 6:28 ESV).
The Covid-19 pandemic placed limits on the possibility of developing human connection. For many, it has made them miss out on important life events with their loved ones, and made to fall victim of isolation. And for some, it has caused pain in their homes with the loss of a loved one.
With the challenge of social distancing and quarantining, we have seen an increase in mental health cases: whether-it-be, anxiety (excessing worrying or fear), depression (excessive sadness, hopelessness, helplessness), grief/loss, or other emotional stressors. It is hard for individuals in this time to feel connected, heard, and supported when they are unable to be in the presence of one another, greet one another without being 6-feet apart, or feel safe to leave their home.
West Lynchburg Baptist Church, would like to offer emotional support to members that may be experiencing difficulties with managing their emotions from this pandemic, or who would like to learn coping skills for life’s challenges.
We will be providing individual settings and group settings. For support,
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In the near future, the following groups will be available