Support Groups

Floris UMC offers a variety of support groups for those struggling with life’s challenges. For more information about any of these groups, contact Carol Benson at cbenson@florisumc.org.


Alcoholics Anonymous: Floris UMC welcomes all AA members and those who have a desire to stop drinking. This free group allows individuals to share their experience, strength and hope in order to stay sober.

Caron Support Group: This group is designed to meet the needs of those with loved ones who are currently in treatment, are using alcohol and/or drugs in a problematic manner, or are in recovery. The mission is to help ourselves and in turn, help others whose loved ones are struggling with addiction.

Celebrate Recovery: As of June 16, 2020, Celebrate Recovery is no longer meeting at Floris UMC.

Find a Celebrate Recovery group

Dementia Caregiver Support Group: This support group is for family and friends of those who have dementia, including Alzheimer’s. The group is a wonderful way to share experiences and gain insight from those who are on a similar journey.

DivorceCare Support Group: Join this small group of people who are also experiencing separation and divorce.

Grief to PeaceJoin this six-week group of people who are also grieving the loss of a close loved one.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Family Support Group: A year-round support group for family members, partners, and friends of individuals living with a mental health condition. Two NAMI-trained facilitators support this group. 

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Spouse/Partner Support GroupA year-round support group for spouses and partners of individuals living with a mental health condition. Two NAMI-trained facilitators support this group.

Sunday, January 16

Due to the inclement weather forecast for snow and ice this afternoon and this evening, the church building will be closing by 1pm today and all activities scheduled for 1pm or later today are cancelled.  In addition, our building will be closed on Monday in observance of the Martin Luther King holiday.”

Stay safe!