Trauma Informed Care Community

We believe that God is our creator and God made all people beautiful.  When we say our Church welcomes all people, we really mean all. Our welcome is not to change someone, or fix someone. Our welcome comes out of the same love we find in Christ. 

We welcome everyone and we welcome the whole person. This includes your hopes and fears. It includes the things you have overcome, the things you still face, and any diagnosis you receive along the way. 

We understand that each person has their own unique body chemistry and emotional make-up. 

We understand that the body and mind both need care and attention to be at their best.

We understand that hurts of the past can impact both and that healing takes time. 

Whether you are impacted by historic harms, passed from generation to generation,

or you are dealing with issues stemming from your own journey, you should not have to face it alone.

Our community is as likely to talk about a bout of depression as they are a round of the flu. 

This is a safe place to share and to seek support for what you are facing. 

We do not see ones identity as part of the LGBTQIA2-S community as a mental health issue.

We DO know that society's judgment and bias can create mental health issues around our identity.

We hope you do not allow the judgment of others to speak for God, impact your own self image, or lead you into poor mental health, but if it does, we are here to support you. 

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