Marital separation and divorce is a stressful, painful process, where restructuring life is difficult and not always clear. Divorce Care is a weekly seminar and support group that will help you heal from the hurt. It’s a caring, safe environment led by people who understand what you are going through, where you can learn practical information and gain hope for your future.
Steps for Healing
Engage with the Videos
From helpful information to individual stories, hear expert and personal testimony about strategies to cope with the pain.
Be Part of a Support Group
Join in small group discussion to apply what you are learning in a confidential, supportive environment.
Work Through the Book
Complete the daily questions and reflect on Bible verses that bring hope and healing.
Lean on Caring Facilitators
We have experienced divorce ourselves and have a heart for those who are hurting.
”DivorceCare was life changing for me. At first I was hesitant to go, but quickly found myself looking forward to each meeting. When life as I knew it was turned upside down, the DivorceCare leaders were there to meet me right where I was in the process. The Christ-centered curriculum offers relevant topics and guidance on the path to hope and healing.KathyDivorce Care Participant
”Divorce Care helped me realize that what I was feeling and experiencing was completely normal. It gave me a safe environment to explore the turmoil created by the divorce process. I appreciated the practical strategies offered for coping, in a biblical manner, with the various issues that arise from divorce i.e. finances, children, loneliness, forgiveness. . . Of particular benefit to me are the friendships that developed from this wonderful ministry.SuzyDivorce Care Participant
Dan is a native of the Annapolis area, and came to faith in Christ as a high school student right here at EP. A graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida, he oversees our ministries that provide care and support to people going through seasons of struggle and transition, helping them regain spiritual and emotional health to re-engage in our mission—seeking the renewal of Annapolis. Dan and his wife, Sandy, have three grown children and reside in Millersville.