Woven together by faith, common journeys, and a passion for helping others
How We Began
Comprised of common journeys rooted in infertility and loss
Once God opened the door for the conversation we realized there was a greater need for support. Through divine connections, God began to create a ministry that was more than we could have ever imagined.
CARRYWELL started with support groups for women and has grown to offer many resources, including financial assistance for fertility treatments through our Grant Program, one-on-one connections, a network of health and wellness professionals and much more. Our community is led by those passionate about helping men and women facing difficult seasons.
We are grateful to God for our broken path, honored for our repurposed pain and privileged to lead CARRYWELL.
What We Believe
We believe that hope and healing is available to all
The journey through infertility, miscarriage, and/or loss is a difficult one. At CARRYWELL, we believe that hope and healing is available to all. While we cannot change each other’s circumstances, we believe that connection with those on a similar journey can help change our perspective.
We know that people experiencing infertility, miscarriage, and/or child loss can sometimes feel alone. By bringing people together we find strength in sharing our experiences and assisting those around us to navigate this season of life.
We believe that by incorporating God’s Word into our situation and encouraging each other, we can experience hope in what feels like a hopeless situation. We believe that our Gospel-centered, relational approach brings emotional and spiritual healing, which produces comfort and expectation in the midst of our season. Whether you are a new believer, a mature follower of Christ, or simply seeking answers in a season that seems to provide none, there is a place for you in our community.
Our goal is to meet you where you are, serve you well, and provide a community where you can experience God and find the hope and encouragement you seek. If you find yourself in a season of waiting or grieving, please know that we welcome you and would appreciate the opportunity to connect.