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Talk With Someone

Every Sunday, our trained volunteers talk and pray with people about whatever is going on in their life. We would love to see you on Sunday or meet with you during the week.

You can also watch past messages and see real life stories of people whose lives have been changed as they listened to Jesus. Explore the page below for more information about care groups, resources, referrals and other requests. If you need to talk about care with someone on staff, please contact us. We care about you!


Care Groups

We offer a variety of care groups during the year to provide support, health and long-term development.

(Will re-launch in the summer when our campus’ has been re-opened due to COVID-19)

Grief / Depression

Providing hope in the midst of grief or after a death

Divorce Care

Helping those separated or divorced

Celebrate Recovery

Group for hurts, habits, addictions and abuse

Empowering Teens

A place to share and get help from other adults

Financial Peace

Charting a path to financial freedom with Dave Ramsey

Single Parenting

Providing hope in the midst of grief and parenting challenges

Biblical Mindfulness

Learn tools to help your faith and thought life

Betrayal Support

Practical steps for healing from betrayal

Grace Families

Supporting parents on how to honor God and love their LGBTQ+ kids

Foster / Adoption

Training and support for those families preparing for or going through the foster or adoption process

Counseling Referral

We all need help through challenging times. Journey partners with professional Christian counselors in our church and community to help you find hope and healing in Christ.


Care & Assistance Resource List

A PDF list of Los Angeles county, California and national care and mental health resources.


Special Requests

Whether it’s a funeral, a memorial service, a wedding, or a specific prayer request, we’re ready to help with what you need.


“The Spirit of the Lord God is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives and freedom to the prisoners.”

—Isaiah 61:1