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P.O. Box 41, Sicklerville, NJ United States 08081


Where Hope Starts to Heal



Our vision is to show the love of God by engaging people in local and global service that empowers and supports individuals, families, and communities: mentally, spiritually, and economically.

If you desire to help people transform their lives,

then Quest Movement is for you.  


Joining Together to Serve God & Others 

Locally & Globally: 

Trauma Healing

Community Healing Circles

We provide a safe place for traumatized victims to work through their pain and grief in our facilitated Healing the Wounds of the Community Heart Circle.   Theses groups are located in Gloucester, Camden, Burlington, and Atlantic City.  We utilize curriculum written by Trauma Healing Institute under American Bible Society.  We partner with local agencies and churches.  We provide initial and advance equipping sessions twice a year. 

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Upcoming Events
Mon, Apr 06
Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church
Life Hurts/Love Heals: Teen Rap Session
A FREE 3-Day Event for teens ages 14 to 19 years old

Healing Groups List 2020

The Perfecting Church Healing Circles

The Perfecting Healing Circles has two healing groups ministering in Sicklerville area starting week of February 10th.  For more information and registration visit The Perfecting Church website

Epiphany Camden Church Small Group

This healing group will start in January near Camden.  We will provide more information.  Please return.

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March 24, 2020

I don’t know about you, but life for me right now is nothing short of crazy. From schools calling and closing; kids staying home; food and supplies to hunt for; relatives to check in on; COVID-19 impact meetings to attend; important meetings called off; Kansas City Trauma Healing Training postponed; Teen Trauma Healing rescheduled; Trauma Healing Circles suspended; to one client after another cancelling…yes, life is absolutely...

October 20, 2018

As Jesus hung on the cross, there were many bystanders. There was a passive audience watching His trauma unfold and continue. Some heard His cries and said, “Let Him alone.” “Let us see if Elijah will come and save Him.” (Matt. 27:49) They not only did nothing, they withheld verbal compassion from a suffering fellow human being.

“Leave them alone.” “ Stay out of it.” “It's none of my business.” “I'm not my brother's keeper.” “S...

September 24, 2018

Shame hides in many forms. It not only resides in the traumatized, but also in their family members, friends, and peers. Even those who facilitate trauma healing can get sucked into shame as secondary victims. One such person was the Apostle Peter.

In the last blog, we recall that Jesus asked His followers to watch and pray with Him in His hour of trauma. But they were too worn down, exhausted, too weary to continue with Him. T...

June 28, 2018

Matthew 26:36-46 

Vs 38 "Then He said to them, "My soul is exceedingly sorrowful, even to death. Stay here and watch with Me."

Can you pause with me for a moment?  Can you enter the scene with me?  Let's walk together into the garden where Jesus who is 100% God and 100% human.  He is about to experience a unimaginable trauma.   He is about to get whipped all night long, His flesh is about to be torn, called everything but a chil...

June 11, 2018

Serving in community is not a option.

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Quest Movement offers families and individuals trans-formative and empowering educational opportunities that facilitate healing from traumatic events, especially those in under served and disenfranchised communities.