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Heritage Christian will offer Divorce Care starting tonight

Heritage Christian Church, 2130 Redwine Road in Fayetteville, will offer two Divorce Care groups, one for adults and one for kids, both held on Wednesday evenings beginning Aug. 14 from 6-8 p.m.

The 13-week adult group will focus on recovering from the pain of separation and divorce and will be led by Tim and Wendy Peterson. The group is free of charge to anyone who wants to attend.

The 13-week kids’ group will provide a safe, fun place where children can begin healing from the pain of divorce. The group is led by Paula O’Shields and is free of charge to anyone who wants to attend.

To register for either or both sessions, call Heritage at 770-716-5768, ext. 201, or email small groups@heritagechristian.org.

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