Support Groups & Counseling Services

Counseling Services

SMC offers a Member Assistance Program (MAP) with Dayspring Counseling Center at the Penn Foundation in Sellerville, PA. Dayspring offers counseling from a Christan perspective. Contact Dayspring at 215-453-5180 and let them know you are from SMC.

Alternatively, you can speak with our Pastor John Engle at 215-723-3088 ext. 106 about other resources.


Support Groups led by SMC Staff

DivorceCare Ministry Support Group
Wednesdays, 7-8:30pm in the Connections Cafe
         (across from the Fellowship Hall)
 February 7 to May 2

DivorceCare Ministry is a 13 week course offering support, counsel and encouragement to people who have been through the pain of divorce or are seperated from their spouse.   You are welcome to begin attending our DivorceCare group at any point.  Each session is "self-contained", so you do not need to attend in sequence.  For more information, to correspond with a pastor or to register - please reply to:

DivorceCare flyer


Support Groups (meet in SMC's building, but not administered by SMC)

Dementia Care Support Group
(‚ÄčAlzheimers's Association)

Meetings at Souderton Mennonite Church the 4th Thursday of every month from 6:30 to 7:30pm in the Connections Cafe Room (across from the Fellowship Hall).  This group is for family members, caregivers & friends of persons with Alzheimer's Disease or a related Dementia.   Co-faciliatators are Debbie Hedrick (215) 350-6452 and Erin Toth (215) 872-5144.   Some months we have a topic or guest speaker and other times we just share and problem-solve together.  There is no need to RSVP, just show up.  Free dementia related materials are available.  For complete information about Alzheimer's Association, please visit their website  -


AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)
Big Book Step Study

Meetings at Souderton Mennonite Church every Thursday from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in Room 313/315.  Please use the Fellowship Hall entrance on W. Chestnut Street.  For more information about the meetings held at our church, please contact Gary Cunningham  (215) 939-3706.  For complete information about Alcoholics Anonymous, please visit their website -

NA (Narcotics Anonymous)

Meetings at Souderton Mennonite Church every Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in Room 305/7.  Please use the Fellowship Hall entrance on W. Chestnut Street. For complete information about Narcotics Anonymous, please visit their website The regional Help Line is 844-624-3575.  We can also be reached by email at


Social Services

SMC collaborates with Keystone Opportunity Center in Souderton to offer an array of social services that educate, encourage and empower people to become self-sufficient. These social services include:

  • housing assistance
  • a food pantry
  • English as a Second Language classes
  • Family Literacy programs
  • GED classes, and more.


For information about FREE counseling and support services, contact . . .

  • Grand View Hospital (215) 453-4484 - during normal business hours.
  • Bucks County (800) 220-8116 - A Woman's Place - 24 Hour Hotline  [Services and shelter for victims of domestic abuse and violence, their children and the community.
  • Montgomery County (800) 773-2424 - The Women's Center - 24 Hour Hotline
  • Lehigh County (610) 437-3369 - Turning Point of Lehigh Valley - 24 Hour Hotline
  • Philadelphia (866) 723-3014 - Women Against Abuse
  • Congresso De Latinos (215) 763-8870
  • Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255