The Sanctuary Course
May 10, 6:30 pm - June 28 - 7:45 pm | New Hope-Cambridge
*Meets from May 10th – June 28th with the exception of Memorial Day weekend* No need to register, just show up! May 10th is an Introduction and open to anyone even considering the course. Feel free to show up with any questions! Course materials will be printed and ready for you or you can view the workbook and see the first film here. You can join via Zoom using this link every week.
How does it work?
The Sanctuary Course is an eight-week study guide for small groups. Each week participants will gather together, read through the content out loud or listen to it on audiobook, watch a film, and engage in conversation, reflection, and prayer.
Who should participate in this course?
The Sanctuary Course is a study guide for small groups, designed to raise awareness and start conversations in local churches regarding mental health. Your group might include:
- People with questions about mental health
- Mental health professionals with a wealth of knowledge to share
- Leaders who want to engage their community in mental health conversations
- People supporting loved ones with mental health problems
- People living with mental health problems
The Sanctuary Course is for anyone who wants to learn about faith and mental health. It requires no previous training or expertise—just a willingness to engage in dialogue with other believers.
What does it cover?
Over the course of the eight weeks, participants will explore topics such as:
- Understanding mental health and illness
- Challenging stigma
- The recovery journey
- The role of community in mental health recovery
Each topic is explored from a psychological, social, and theological perspective. Additionally, each session is accompanied by a compelling film featuring the story of an individual who has journeyed through mental health challenges as a person of faith.