Our Care Ministry is here to help you find hope, healing, and belonging to become a mature disciple of Jesus Christ. We hope to serve you with trauma-informed care that leads to liberation and celebration in Christ.

We Gather

Join us at Recovery, offered weekly during the year. No registration is required! Come as you are.

Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Flower Mound Worship Center

Our Care Avenues

We have several avenues at TVC where you can receive hope, care, and encouragement. Open share groups, curriculum-based groups, one-on-one discipleship, corporate teaching, corporate worship, and classes are available for connection and care.

If you are seeking immediate help, reach out to crisis lines and local shelters.

As part of fulfilling our mission, The Village provides financial assistance to those in need among our church. As part of this process, we ask that you submit a benevolence request.

The Art of Care is a two-semester foundational class that explores the beauty and nuance of caring for one another through seasons of loss, suffering, or oppression and equipping you with TVC's trauma-informed philosophy of care. We teach through topics such as depression, anxiety, grief, abuse cycles, dysfunctional relationship patterns, addiction, marriage conflict, and family of origin.

The local church has a vital role to play in care, advocacy, and support. If you would like to better understand and respond to the care needs of our church and community or serve in our Care Ministry, we invite you to join us for The Art of Care. Registration opens in July and closes in August.

Recovery offers a safe place to pursue healing and freedom in Christ due to sin, suffering, or oppression. We use three broad categories to help inform us on how to provide care and foster healing:

  • Suffering as a result of personal sin (addiction, committing infidelity, self-righteousness, gossip)
  • Suffering and/or oppression as a result of a person being sinned against (abuse, abandonment, racial trauma, unfaithful spouse, codependency)
  • Suffering primarily as a result of a person living in a fallen world (death, disease, loss)

We know it's not as simple as three categories. Pain and heartbreak don't fit neatly into each one. However, in the midst of any upheaval, we want to highlight Jesus as the source of steadiness. He is unchanging, loving, and forgiving.

What to Expect:

Recovery meets every Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. The first hour includes large group teaching, testimony, and a time of worship. During the second hour, we break into open share groups based on gender and topic for connection and sharing. These groups can be a great entry point for seeking healing, support, or freedom from the bondages of sin.

All groups are considered “open” groups, which means you can join at any time. We meet year round and we don't require registration—come as you are!

Open Groups:
  • Men's: Newcomers, General Life Issues, Non-Chemical Addiction, Chemical Addiction, Marriage Reconciliation
  • Women's: Newcomers, General Life Issues, Abuse, Addictions, Marriage Reconciliation
  • Couples: Marriage Reconciliation

The groups offered can change depending on availability of attendees and leaders.

Care Groups provide support and connection through biblically-based curriculum on specific topics of suffering, loss, or oppression. Care groups meet on a semester basis and have fall and spring sessions. Registration is required for all groups before the start of the semester. Childcare is available for birth through 5th grade; you will complete the childcare registration form when you register for the group.


Grief Support provides an opportunity to gather and enter the sacred space of bearing witness to the pain of losing a loved one. Our desire is for your loss to be known in the context of community and processed through the hope we have in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Register for Grief Support

The foster and adoption journey can be very challenging and turn family dynamics upside down. Because families are trained to be selective in the details they share about their child (especially if fostering), they often feel alone in their struggles. Our hope is to provide this safe space for families to be heard, encouraged, prayed over, and incorporated into a supportive community.

This group meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month.

Register for Foster & Adoption Parent Group

Divorce Care is a curriculum-based support group that provides healing and hope for those recovering after separation or divorce.

Register for DivorceCare

The hope of this group is to provide a community of understanding and support to parents with children who are questioning their sexual orientation, gender identity, and struggling or identifying LGBTQ+.

Note: The child who is questioning, struggling, or identifying LGBTQ+ needs to be 14 years old or older for the parents to participate in this group.

Register for LGBTQ Parent Support Group

Re-Engage can benefit marriages in any condition. Whether your marriage feels broken and full of resentment, or if you want to reconnect and grow again with your spouse, there is hope for change.

Register for Re|Engage

Our mission is to support families who have loved ones wandering from God and causing chaos because of their poor choices. In community, you will find that others share the same feelings of fear, worry, and shame. We learn what the Bible has to say about the chaos, how to process hard emotions, how to leave a path open for your prodigal's return, how to find answers to your suffering, and more. Don't stay in isolation. Come join us and begin your healing.

Register for Prodigal

Grace Abounds is a support group for women dealing with regret and grief following an abortion. For many, the guilt and shame is overwhelming, but in Christ there is healing and forgiveness. We will dive into the character of God and see that He is Provider, Healer, our righteousness, all-powerful, and faithful.

Register for Grace Abounds

Embrace Grace is a support group for unexpected pregnancy. No matter your past or what you are going through, whether you choose to parent or to place for adoption, we want to walk with you.

Register for Embrace Grace

This group is for men wanting to find freedom from the effects of unwanted sexual behaviors and betrayal. This course will show how shame and grace affect the healing process, give an understanding about addiction and betrayal trauma, and get you started on the path to sexual health.

What to Expect:

  • A deep dive into the factors that contribute to unwanted sexual behaviors
  • Practical tools and strategies that lead to lasting health
  • Video interviews with experts in the field of sexual health
  • A grace-filled leader committed to Jesus.

Register for Sexual Integrity 101

Men of Peace is a group for men who recognize or have been told that they behave in harmful, destructive, or abusive ways (verbally, emotionally, spiritually, physically, sexually, etc.) Using a threefold process of information, transformation and reformation, this groups guides men who are ready to take ownership of their behaviors towards surrender and lasting repentance.

Note: After you fill out the application for the group, you will be contacted for a face-to-face interview to assess your readiness for Men of Peace.

Register for Men of Peace

Professional counseling is one avenue God has ordained for healing and growth in our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual lives. At TVC, we partner and refer to professional counselors who help us care for the people of our church and the local community.

Have additional questions? Learn more here. If you would like to be connected to a local counselor, please complete this form.

We bring couples together to learn about God's design for marriage through premarital mentorship, small groups (Re|engage), Recovery, and Enrich events. Each of our marriage offerings applies biblical principles for building a healthy relationship. We want to help you grow in your relationship with your spouse, other couples, and God.

Our Care ministry will be rolling out new offerings within Marriage Care soon. Stay tuned for more information!

Seeking to love our neighbor as ourselves, Congregational Care meets tangible needs, holds space for the sick, and serves those in need. We honor one another as image bearers by celebrating milestones and remembering sacred moments. As a church family, we rejoice with those who rejoice and mourn with those who mourn.

Our Care ministry will be rolling out new updates within Congregational Care soon. Stay tuned for more information!

We are a welcoming home, considering and supporting people of all abilities in our discipleship efforts. Whenever possible, we practice inclusion and reasonable accommodations for people of diverse abilities to participate and use their gifts at TVC. Where inclusion is not possible, we seek to provide alternative environments for discipleship. We care for the families, caregivers, and individuals by providing activities, resources, and support environments.

Our Care ministry will be rolling out new updates within Disability Care soon. Stay tuned for more information!

Join Us

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Recovery Groups

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: N/A Childcare: Available

Care Summer Series

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: N/A Childcare: Available

Care Movie Night

Friday, August 2, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Not Available


Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available Cost: $10

The Art of Care

Tuesdays, 6:45—8:45 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available Cost: $100

Men of Peace

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available

Men's Sexual Integrity

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available

My Prodigal Road

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available

A Home to Give

Sep 4-Dec 4, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available

Grief Support

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available

DivorceCare Group

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available Cost: $20

Embrace Grace

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available

LGBTQ+ Parent Support Group

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available Cost: $50

Grace Abounds

Wednesdays, 6:30—8:30 PM
Registration: Open Childcare: Available

Staff Associated with Care

Jeff Haley

Jeff Haley


Maury Jo Hundley

Maury Jo Hundley

Care Minister

Adam Paa

Adam Paa

Minister, Redemptive Care Director

Summer Vinson Berger

Summer Vinson Berger

Executive Director, Care

Julia Wasson

Julia Wasson

Executive Assistant to Summer Vinson Berger

Julie Wilding

Julie Wilding

Senior Director, Congregational & Disability Care

Greg Wilson

Greg Wilson