MONDAY NIGHT SCHEDULE
Join us every Monday night in the Sanctuary, even holidays:
6:00 to 7:00 p.m. – Large Group General Meeting
(live music, recovery chips, and teaching or testimony)
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. – Open Share Small Groups
**Childcare Available Starting April 5th**
IS CELEBRATE RECOVERY FOR ME?
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain, addiction or unhealthy choices of any kind. The truth is that many of us have created unhealthy methods for handling life. If something is getting in the way of your relationship with God or with others, Celebrate Recovery is for you.
People Pleasing, Perfectionism, Domestic Violence, Sex Addiction, Rape, Adultery, Rage, Despair, Shame, Codependency, Control, Life Issues, Pornography, Chemical Dependency, Anger, Financial Issues, Fear, Grief, Anxiety, Depression, Physical/Sexual/Emotional Abuse, Self Harm, Love and Relationship Addiction, Adult Children of Family Dysfunction, Pain, Guilt, Divorce, Marital issues, Lying, Gambling, Loneliness, Post Abortion, Workaholic, Eating Disorders, Food Addiction, Smoking, PTSD, Victim of Violence, Parenting Struggles, Pride, Insecurity, Alcohol Abuse, Prescription Drug Abuse…
Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from life controlling issues.
WHAT IS CELEBRATE RECOVERY?
The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to fellowship and celebrate the healing power of Jesus Christ in our lives through the 8 Recovery Principles found in the Beatitudes and the Christ-centered 12-Steps. This experience allows us to be changed. We open the door by sharing our experience, strength, and hope with one another. In addition, we become willing to accept God’s grace in solving our life problems.
By working the Christ-centered steps and applying their biblical principles, we begin to grow spiritually and we become free from our addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly a stronger personal relationship with God and others.
As we progress through the principles and the steps we discover our personal, loving, and forgiving Higher Power: Jesus Christ.
The Road To Recovery: 8 Principles Based On The Beatitudes
The Twelve Steps And Their Biblical Comparisons