Latest Past Events

Combined Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa

Each month, September through May, the THIRD THURSDAY meeting is a combined meeting that brings together the BRIGHT TOMORROWS SUPPORT GROUP (BTSG) meeting for adults with bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder and the BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meeting for the supportive families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder. We call this our Pizza Party With A Purpose Night. This is a special time for food, fellowship, and focus. There is no formal charge, however, all who can are invited to contribute to the purchase of the pizzas. Also, all participants are invited to consider bringing a party shareable such…

Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…

Support Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa

BRIGHT TOMORROWS SUPPORT GROUP (BTSG) meetings for adults with bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder take place September through May typically on the FIRST & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.). This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that gives to participants helpful tools. This opportunity inspires hope and affirms Christian faith as participants join together with others on a similar healing-recovery journey. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned…