Support groups are where people with similar experiences can come together and share their stories. These groups cover various topics, including chronic illnesses and caregiving. By participating in a support group, individuals can connect with others who have gone through similar experiences, share coping strategies, and gain more insight. It's a safe space for people to connect and support each other.


  • Dementia360 is a comprehensive care coordination program designed to support YOU in caring for your family member at home because no two experiences providing care for a person with dementia are the same.

GriefShare Support Group

  • GriefShare meets twice a month to assist grieving individuals to find comfort from the Lord as they work toward healing. Please contact Debby Frantti at 412 741-1790 in the pastoral care office to register for GriefShare.
  • 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, St. Stephen's Church in Sewickley

Memory Loss Support Group

  • Caregivers and loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or any other form of dementia may attend the support group to listen to and support and sustain one another.  To learn more or register, contact the pastoral care office at 412 741-1790 X136. 
  • 2nd Monday of each month, St. Stephen's Church in Sewickley


Parkinson Foundation

  • Join the Parkinson Foundation each month to learn, support and share at the Sewickley Parkinson's Support Group.  This group is open to all affected by Parkinson's and provides a positive and practical way to cope with Parkinson's.  
  • 2nd Thursday of each month, Sewickley Valley YMCA