“Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.” 

Romans 12:15

Freedom Small Groups

Find Freedom

We become trapped by the things of this world – money, sex, addictions, bad relationships, anxiety, depression, mental illness, etc.  We teach a biblical perspective on Freedom, becoming freed from what enslaves us, and help to provide the support needed to break away from an old, destructive lifestyle.  We also want to come alongside those who are grieving the death of a loved one or a life-changing event and help to comfort and support you as the Lord ministers to you and heals your heart.
Tuesdays, 7-8:30 PM, Sep 17 – Dec 2
3760 S Bear St, Unit E, Santa Ana

Women Harnessing Yesterday is a support group for women learning to cope with life’s losses.

If you or someone you know is grieving a death, a divorce, or any other type of loss, this group offers a safe place for women to connect with each other in giving and receiving courage, help, and comfort. We have a potluck on the 1st Tuesday of the month for all women in the current and past W.H.Y. Group sessions. We meet in the Fellowship Hall at NMC. 7-8:30 PM. 
Leader and Host:  Jean Quintana  
Financial Peace University
Tuesdays, 6:30-8 PM, Sep 24 – Nov 26
Newport Mesa Church

FPU is our nine-lesson class that teaches you how to win with money.

Join over five million people who have learned how to Get Out of Debt, Build Wealth, and “Live and Give Like No One Else!” Over 95% of participants have increased financial security as a result of FPU. We use God’s Word to teach us about how to handle money God’s way. All are welcome to join us to learn how we can be Financially Free! 
Leader and Host: Nick Dalafu
Concerned Persons
Wednesdays, 7-8:30 PM
Teen Challenge Learning Center 408 S. Main Street Santa Ana

Family and Friends of Addicts, a support group for friends and family of persons with substance use disorders.

Concerned Person’s is a group for family members and supporters of individuals struggling with substance use and life-controlling behaviors. Living with an addict can be very isolating and leave you feeling as if you could have prevented it, that you somehow caused it, and that if you try hard enough you can control it or cure it. You can’t. There will be absolutely no shaming and no blaming! If you have a loved one who is struggling, we invite you to join us.
Rebecca Olsen, Facilitator. Greg Hunt, Co-Facilitator
Contact: Rebecca Olsen, 714-478-4564