What is Celebrate Recovery?
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-Centered, 12-Step Program offering healing and restoration for life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups.
All are welcome … come as you are, not as you think you need to be.
HOW CAN CELEBRATE RECOVERY HELP ME?
Many Christians today struggle with sins and remain under the control of the world and all its vices and entrapments. Celebrate Recovery is a recovery ministry based on biblical principles with a goal to let God work through us in providing His healing power through a Christ-centered 12 Step program. This experience allows people to be “changed” spiritually by working through sound biblical principles.
Friday Night Schedule
(Suggested donation is $3.00 per person)
Open Share groups
Dessert and coffee, informal social gathering & food bank.
Newcomers 101 is for first-time attendees and will help you better understand what Celebrate Recovery is all about as well as provide you the opportunity to ask questions or process your feelings in a safe environment before you make a commitment to a small group.
The open share small group meets immediately after the large group meeting and provides a place for the participant to connect with other Celebrate Recovery attendees. This is a safe place where participants can be in gender-specific groups and issue-specific groups.
These year-long groups will focus on the following “hurts, habits, and hang-ups”: addictions, divorce, grief and loss, and unhealthy relationships. Cost for materials is $40 for CR Bible and Participant’s Guide (available for purchase in class). If you are interested in joining a Step Study group, inquire at the Friday night CR meeting.
Hurts, Habits & Hang-ups – This small group can encompass many different struggles, whether you’re the spouse of an addict, sexual abuse, anger, anxiety or you have multiple issues that you are currently working through, you’re welcome here.
Substance Abuse (Alcohol/Chemical) – Addiction is a pattern or a trained response to an internal reaction to painful experiences and wounds. One creates that pattern to survive and to function as a natural response. Relying on Christ amid pain requires trust and intentionality. This is NOT natural. It has to become a pattern also.
Pride – Pride is hungry for attention, respect, and worship in all its forms. Maybe it sounds like shameless boasting about ourselves. Maybe it’s being unable to say “no” to anyone because we need to be needed. Maybe it looks like obsessively thirsting for marriage — or fantasizing about a better marriage — because you’re hungry to be adored. Maybe it looks like being haunted by your desire for the right car or the right house or the right title at work: all because you seek the glory that comes from men, not God. Pride prefers some people over others. It honors those who the world deems worthy of honor, giving more weight to their words, their wants, and their needs. There’s a thrill that goes through me when people with “power” acknowledge me. We consciously or unconsciously pass over the weak, the inconvenient, and the unattractive, because they don’t seem to offer us much. Maybe more of us struggle with pride than we thought. (This was taken with permission from the author from Fabienne Harford at www.desiringgod.org.)
Hurts, Habits, & Hang-ups – This small group can encompass many different struggles, whether you’re the spouse of an addict, sexual abuse, anger, anxiety or you have multiple issues that you are currently working through, you’re welcome here.
Codependency – This group is for those struggling with the compulsion to rescue and take care of others, have difficulty setting boundaries, or recognizing their own worth. Members in this group learn to express their own needs and wants in healthy ways.
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Please feel free to contact us to let us know how we can better serve you on your journey to recovery. It is our vision to see every person come to know who they truly are in Christ Jesus.