ST. ANSELM’S CANCER SUPPORT GROUP
- Are you cancer patient or a caregiver?
- Does someone you love or care deeply about have cancer?
- Do you want to talk with people who understand what you are feeling and experiencing with cancer?
- Are you a long-term cancer survivor who would like to share your knowledge, or support people who have cancer now?
If you can answer YES to any of these questions, please consider joining St. Anselm’s Cancer Support Group.
This group consists of people whose lives have been touched in some major way by cancer. We share our stories, offer tips and advice, suggest resources and coping mechanisms, report updates on how things are going, and provide mutual encouragement and support to each other while we travel our individual journeys with cancer.
Cancer Support Group meeting logistics:
How often? Once a month.
What date? Usually on the first Sunday of each month.
If there are major conflicts, we reschedule.
What time? After the 10 AM service,
at about 11:30 AM.
Meetings last about an hour.
In the Jackson Hall Conference Room.
If you would like more information or feel like this group would be helpful to you, please contact Father John Sutton at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact the group chair, Art Clarke, at ArthurC630@aol.com.