Replanted Ministry

Support groups for foster and adoptive families in TEST GROUP – Louisville, KY

Helping foster and adoptive families heal, connect, and thrive.
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When We Meet

Every Tuesday from 8-9pm
3rd Sunday of the Month

Where We Meet

East End of Louisville

Leadership Team

  • Chris Thurman | Director

About Our Group

Replanted Groups Explained:

The adoption and foster journey can be challenging–you don’t have to go through it alone. Replanted groups meet on a monthly basis to bring authentic community, healing, and support to foster and adoptive families. Groups meet during the ministry year (September to May) for two hours. Parents share a meal together and then work through a discipleship curriculum designed by Replanted. Children meet in a separate space with trained childcare mentors to connect with other kids who understand their journey. Groups meet with the same members for the ministry year–giving you the opportunity to develop safe, life-giving relationships with one another. Find your people, experience grace, and support one another in the journey–join a Replanted group today.

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Meet once per month.

Enjoy monthly lifegiving community with local families on a similar journey.

Bring your whole self.

This is your safe, sacred space to ask hard questions, process grief, and celebrate victories.

Connect with others.

Go through a discipleship-focused curriculum with trained leaders.

Thanks to our sponsors and partners.

Because of these partners, we are able to provide support for our foster and adoptive families.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Yes. The Replanted Ministry is a Christian organization; however, the groups are not limited to only people of faith. All are welcome.

  • We know how difficult it can be to enjoy meaningful time with other parents when you’re in the process of fostering or adopting. We also believe kids deserve as much support and community as their parents. That’s why we provide separate programming for children. When you go to your Replanted group, plan on bringing your children fed and ready to be dropped off. Our trauma-trained, background-checked mentors will provide them with a fun evening of planned activities, age-appropriate curriculum, and free-style play with other kids in their age range.

  • The focus of our Replanted groups is emotional support. We balance authenticity with discipleship. Replanted group leaders are highly trained facilitators who have gone through our rigorous leadership training program prior to launching a group. They have a heart for foster and adoptive families and are equipped to process trauma, grief, and loss. While our groups are a safe space to ask questions and share about your life, our group leaders ensure the focus remains on the curriculum and the entire community of families involved, not just one family’s needs. Our goal is community, vulnerability, and growth.

  • We limit groups to six to eight families so you can go deeper and form lasting friendships. When you register for a group we ask that you commit to attending monthly for the full ministry year.

  • There is no fee to join a Replanted group.

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You don’t have to walk this journey alone. Join a Replanted Group today.

Helping foster and adoptive families heal, connect, and thrive.