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Soul Care

The Soul Care Ministry exists to provide a safe environment to help people grow and change. We strive to care in a way that is anchored in Scripture, centered on Christ and the gospel, grounded in theology, founded in love, and considers the whole person.

Welcome

Our team of trained biblical counselors count it a privilege and a joy to come alongside you in your time of need, whatever that looks like. We provide counseling for children, teens, and adults for members and regular attenders of College Park. Let us know how we can start caring for you today.

General Counseling

Life is complex and so are the needs of people. At College Park we want to help you navigate those complexities. Choose from the options below to request care. You will be directed to our counseling portal to begin the process.

Groups

Soul Care groups are focused on helping one another navigate life’s challenges such as anxiety, sexual sin, trauma, and addiction with the power of the gospel and the gift of community. Groups are a safe place to begin the healing process of change with the help of trained biblical counselors facilitating up to eight people in each group.

Serving Opportunities

Want to serve with Soul Care Ministry? There are several ways to get involved at College Park!

I’m not a member. Can I request counseling?

Yes! We offer counseling to members, regular attenders, and those in the membership process. If this does not describe you, we partner with Luma Counseling to meet the counseling needs of the community. Request care by visiting lumacounseling.org.

I’m new to College Park Church. How do I get counseling?

We partner with Luma Counseling to meet the counseling needs in the community as well as for non-members and those who are not regular attenders at College Park. Request care by visiting lumacounseling.org.

How do I request premarital counseling?

Premarital counseling is available to members, regular attenders, and those pursuing membership. All requests must be received a minimum of three months prior to the wedding date. Premarital counseling includes 4-6 sessions with a pastor or pastoral resident and a SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) Assessment. Visit our counseling portal to begin the process.

What is group counseling?

Counseling groups are focused on helping one another navigate life’s challenges such as anxiety, sexual sin, trauma, and addiction with the power of the gospel and the gift of community. Groups are a safe place to begin the healing process of change with the help of trained counselors facilitating up to eight people in each group. See available groups.

I can’t find what I’m looking for. What do I do?

Contact us and a member of the Soul Care team will get back with you.

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