God has made clear that caring for orphans is of great importance to Him. Adoption and Foster Care places the gospel on marvelous display in families, churches and communities. This time together is aimed towards agreeing with God that orphan care matters and helping individuals, families and churches as they walk in obedience.
The monthly 3rd Sunday afternoon’s Mixer & Discussion Groups for Adults (ages 18 and over) includes lots of valuable information, sharing, and laughter! Please come: It’s FREE and open to the public.
Date: Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017; Nov. 19; Dec.17; Jan. 21, 2018; Feb. 18; March 18, etc.
Location:The Mason Enterprise Center Building, 4031 University Drive, Fairfax VA 22030. [Olde Towne] Entrance doors are on South Street, and parking is in the back.
Times: 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
There are nearly 900 children in foster care in the Tidewater community that are in need of a home. Attend our information session to learn more about how you can help by becoming a foster parent. Our information session requires no commitment. During our time together we'll provide more details about the children and teens we serve, as well as the extensive training and comprehensive support UMFS provides along the way.
This support group is free and available to any adult adoptee or any parent who has placed a child for adoption regardless of when, how or with another agency. This group is also open and available to anyone contemplating adoption for their child as an opportunity to speak with others who have lived the experience. Extended family members are also welcome to attend. The group is led by a social worker, who is also a birth mother and an adoptee.
Formed Families Forward hosts Stronger Together, peer support groups for teens and young adults ages 14-22, and for parents and caregivers. We believe that youth and young adults really are stronger when they share their experiences and work together to improve their own lives and the systems that exist to help youth and families.
There are nearly 450 children in foster care in our region that are in need of a home. Attend our information session to learn more about how you can help by becoming a foster parent. Our information session requires no commitment. During our time together we’ll provide more details about the children and teens we serve, as well as the extensive training and comprehensive support UMFS provides along the way.
This support group will meet the last Wednesday of the month, from 7:00-9:00 pm. For more information, contact Bonnie Little
Is God calling you to help serve children in need of a loving and caring home? Please join HopeTree Foster Care in Salem to learn more about how your family can become a foster family. Give us a call at 540-444-0566 for more information.