Join Hope’s Garden

You are not alone. We have found our way to each other, by God’s grace, so we can learn, grow and heal together in His garden of hope.

Levels of Membership

BASIC MEMBERSHIP: FREE

Forum and Spiritual Reflections

Access to our community forum and a monthly video reflection with our Spiritual Advisor, Father Michael Stalla, or one of the other amazing priests affiliated with Hope’s Garden.

Hope’s Garden Forum is the place to:

  • Listen, Share, Support. Meet sisters on similar paths and share with one another in the safety of our private forums.
  • Share the scriptures, songs and other spiritual helps that give you hope, peace and strength.
  • Pray for and with one another; request prayers for yourself and your loved ones.
  • Learn and talk about helpful methods and resources for growing closer to the Lord, for calming anxiety and overwhelming emotions, and for engaging in healthy self-care.

Monthly Video Teachings

  • Short video reflections from Father Stalla or one of the other Hope’s Garden affiliate priests.

 

Membership fee = FREE

PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP

Forum + Teachings + Support Groups (coming soon)

Join one or more weekly support group and learn important tools for ongoing emotional and spiritual healing.

Enrollment Process

  • The first step is to submit our pre-enrollment form and set up a 30-minute consultation with us, so we can learn a little about you and how we can best serve you at Hope’s Garden.
  • Post-consultation, we will suggest the appropriate support group for you and any other recommended next steps, for example, scheduling an “Uproot and Unbind” prayer session.

Support Group Structure:

  • Group size 5-10 women.
  • Weekly sessions, 1-hour in length.
  • Sessions are held virtually, using Zoom video conferencing.
  • Content is specific to the type of group (i.e.: Brides of Christ or Roses of Tepeyac)

Membership fee = $20/month/group

(coming soon)

BASIC MEMBERSHIP – FREE

Forum + Spiritual Reflections

Access to our community forum and a monthly video reflection with our Spiritual Advisor, Father Michael Stalla, or one of the other amazing priests affiliated with Hope’s Garden.

Hope’s Garden Forum is the place to:

  • Listen, Share, Support. Meet sisters on similar paths and share with one another in the safety of our private forums.
  • Share the scriptures, songs and other spiritual helps that give you hope, peace and strength.
  • Pray for and with one another; request prayers for yourself and your loved ones.
  • Learn and talk about helpful methods and resources for growing closer to the Lord, for calming anxiety and overwhelming emotions, and for engaging in healthy self-care.

Monthly Video Reflections

  • Short video reflections from Father Stalla or one of the other Hope’s Garden affiliate priests.

Membership fee = FREE

PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP

Forum + Teachings + Support Groups (coming soon)

Join one or more weekly support group and learn important tools for ongoing emotional and spiritual healing.

Enrollment Process

  • The first step is to submit our pre-enrollment form and set up a 30-minute consultation with us, so we can learn a little about you and how we can best serve you at Hope’s Garden.
  • Post-consultation, we will suggest the appropriate support group for you and any other recommended next steps, for example, scheduling an “Uproot and Unbind” prayer session.

Support Group Structure:

  • Group size 5-10 women.
  • Weekly sessions, 1-hour in length.
  • Sessions are held virtually, using Zoom video conferencing.
  • Content is specific to the type of group (i.e.: Brides of Christ or Roses of Tepeyac)

Membership fee = $20/month/group

(coming soon)

Questions? Contact Laura or De directly:
laura@hopesgarden.com
de@hopesgarden.com

May God bless you with His faithful presence along your journey.

“In the context of the “great mystery” of Christ and of the Church, all are called to respond – as a bride – with the gift of their lives to the inexpressible gift of the love of Christ, who alone as Redeemer of the world, is the Church’s Bridegroom.” Saint John Paul II