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    CARE groups start January 23 at Seacoast Church with topics focused on Growth, Support, and Recovery. Whatever season of life you are in, you should not have to go through it alone.

    Growth classes help people grow in their faith and discover their purpose.

    Support is for those going through a challenging time or a personal loss.

    And Recovery is for people who want to overcome addictions.

    View upcoming classes at Seacoast.org and select your preferred location.

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