MOORESVILLE – Several support groups are offered at The Cove Church Mooresville campus.

GriefShare is for adults grieving the loss of someone close, such as a spouse, child, family member or friend. It meets each Tuesday, through Nov. 6. Surviving the Holidays is Nov. 13.

DivorceCare is for adults experiencing the pain of separation or divorce. It meets each Tuesday through Nov. 6. Surviving the Holidays is Nov. 13.

Celebrate Recovery is an ongoing adult care group that meets every Tuesday for people working through hurts, habits and hang-ups.

Celebration Place is for children ages infant through fifth grade whose parents or guardians are attending an adult care group.  It meets every Tuesday.

Participants of any of the groups are invited for a light dinner that starts at 6 p.m. Meetings take place 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the church, 197 Langtree Road,

For more information, go to www.covechurch.org/caregroups or call 704-655-3002, ext. 321.

 

LDS youth visit significant sites

The youth of the Gastonia Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints had a chance this summer to visit and learn more about the history of the LDS church. Approximately 180 youth and 40 adults (including from Huntersville, Cornelius and Mooresville) traveled to upstate New York and Pennsylvania to visit sacred and significant historical sites for their youth conference.

According to a news release about the trip, among the places visited was the place the prophet Joseph Smith, the first prophet of the LDS church, had a vision of God and his son Jesus Christ. While the focus of the church is on Jesus Christ, those who learn about the LDS church or who grew up in the church are faced to answer the question, “Did Joseph Smith really see and hear what he claimed?”

“Youth conference impacted my testimony and love for Joseph Smith through being able to see all the challenges, trials and adversity he and other early members of the church went through,” Sophie Poulton of Cornelius said in the release.

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