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Relationship Violence Support Group Leaders

Survivors of domestic/dating violence need a safe place where they can go to feel heard, understood, valued, and loved. Churches meet this need when they provide a support group that is specially designed for survivors.

Studies show that creating a support network increases their chances of getting the help they need.*


We are looking for individuals throughout the United States to bring support groups for survivors of domestic/dating violence to their home church.

With training and materials provided by Kingdom Workers, you will champion the program in your congregation and encourage other church members to volunteer. 

Successful support groups need two kinds of volunteers:

Support Group Coordinator
Lead the planning and implementation of the program at your church. Kingdom Workers provides all the training and documents you need to get started. Learn more here.

Support Group Facilitator
Co-facilitate a support group and have the privilege of reminding survivors they are loved children of God while giving them the support they need. Learn more here.


When & Where

Location: Your church in the United States

Dates: Church volunteers determine dates. Kingdom Workers encourages scheduling support groups for 10-12 weeks with time off between groups.

Volunteers needed: 1 Support Group Coordinator and 2 Support Group Facilitators per church. A Coordinator may also choose to be a Facilitator.



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Volunteer Testimonial

“Before I attended the Survivor Support Group Training, I was overwhelmed at the thought of possibly leading a Support Group or becoming an Advocate. I felt that I didn't have enough experience or wisdom to help support someone who had been through such a traumatic life event. However, since going through Michelle's training, I feel much more equipped and capable. She provided us with an incredible amount of research-based tools and resources and walked us through all the essential pieces of what an advocate or support group leader does. This training has given me courage and opened my eyes to many new ways I can show love and support to the women around me who are hurting. Keep up the amazing work, Michelle & Kingdom Workers!”  – Emily Krill, Volunteer

About the Program

The Empowering Survivors program not only gives survivors a safe place to talk, it also helps educate and raise awareness about relationship violence, especially within the church. Support groups give survivors a safe place to talk, share their experiences, and heal in a confidential group setting.


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*Nason, Nason-Clark, N., Fisher-Townsend, B., Holtmann, C., & McMullin, S. (2018). Religion and Intimate Partner Violence. New York: Oxford University Press.


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