You are not meant to do this alone.

One of the best advantages of a support group is the realization that you’re not alone.  There are others who have experienced similar or the same problem and they want to encourage you, help you, pray for you - and we need YOUR encouragement, as well!

At Cancer With Grace, we’ve experienced first-hand the power of learning together. Mutual encouragement brightens our attitudes, lightens our loads, and we are renewed in dealing with the ups and downs brought on by cancer.

We understand that checking out a support group for the first time can be uncomfortable: Can I trust them?  What if I can’t identify with anyone?  But our first promise is that we’ll keep our stories confidential and honor each person and their journey.

What to expect

Our meetings last about an hour-and-a-half.  Being nervous about your first visit is natural, but we promise you’ll be loved and respected.  You'll be invited to share, but never pressured. You might get a lot out of the meeting by simply listening to the stories of others and benefit from the available resources provided.

We want you to be encouraged in your first steps toward healing and becoming a thriving survivor.

A word on "social distancing": some of us are still going through chemo or radiation and that makes our immune system weak. Even if you have a cold - but especially if you've got a fever or coughing - consider staying home and joining us via Zoom (just let us know ✉).

So what do we do?

We Talk.  We’ll always have some snacks, and beverages, so relax, chat, and make some new friends!  Next, we’ll have some introductions and you’ll hear some stories, and you’ll have the opportunity to share your own if you wish.


We Learn. This is skill building.  Whether you’re a patient or a caregiver, perhaps one of the most daunting and confusing tasks you’ll face is getting a handle on how to get healthy and how it affects everything.  We’ll discuss getting a grasp on therapy, the challenges for family, the management and mitigation of side-effects,  and where and who to turn to with specific  needs — just to name a few. It’s our goal to help give you a basic skill set of negotiating care and to self-advocate the process of healing, and build a network of friends and survivors who’ve walked the road.


We Pray. You don't have to be a "believer", per se - all are welcome. But we have found that prayer calms us, helps us, and supports us.  The Bible says God wants us to come to him for consolation in our affliction. We've found great peace in trusting a heavenly Father!

Give it a try!  At Grace, we believe that no one should go it alone!  Our prayer for you is that you’ll be strengthened while walking with others, empowered with the grace God always intended for you to have.


  1. Emotional Support
  2. Reduce Stress
  3. Finding Joy
  4. Reduce Feelings of Helplessness
  5. Provide a Sense of Control
  6. Better Manage Emotions
  7. Improve quality of Life
  8. Provides Coping Skills

Video Support

As a FREE gift to you, Grace offers you the opportunity to watch Cancer Support curriculum ANYTIME. SIGNUP for FREE, First.

THEN check out this fantastic VIDEO RESOURCE.

CwG Vision

The Vision of Cancer with Grace is to support every cancer patient in Roswell with the appropriate support they need so that their lives are richer and fuller and their cancer battle meaningful.

CwG Mission

Our Mission is two-fold: To bring glory to God by supporting cancer patients, their families, and/or caregivers through fellowship, resources, encouragement, and prayer.  Cancer With Grace is a mission out-reach to Roswell.  We believe that loving our neighbor as ourselves is a priority to our Lord, and having a living relationship with him is paramount.