Hurts, Habits, & Hang Ups
You may be thinking that recovery is just for people with alcohol or drug problems. The truth is that only one third of the people attending Celebrate Recovery are dealing with chemical dependencies. Many of us have created ungodly and unhealthy methods for handling life. Regardless of your struggle, whether it’s emotional, relational, financial, spiritual, sexual or whatever, Celebrate Recovery will teach you to make the healing choices that will help you become the person God created you to be. If you have hurt that haunts your heart, hang-ups that cause you pain, or habits that have messed up your life Celebrate Recovery is the place for you.
We meet every Friday night in The Center (the building formerly known as Overdrive). Dinner is available at 6:00 pm for a $3 donation. Worship & Teaching or Testimony are at 7:00 pm. Small Groups meet at 8:00 pm and at 9:00 pm is Cross Talk Cafe. Available Small Groups are :
- Men’s Alcohol/Chemical Addiction Group
- Men’s Sexual Addiction Group
- Men’s General Issues Group
- Women’s General Issues Group
- Women’s Alcohol/Chemical Addiction Group
- Woman’s Food Issues Group
- Women’s Love & Relationship Group
- Newcomer 101 Group
Childcare is available for children 6 weeks – 5th grade from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm.
Celebrate Recovery 101
Are you a first time visitor? Wondering how to get plugged in? What group is best for you? How do you get started? Celebrate Recovery 101 meets every Friday night during small group time at 8:00 pm. If you are new to Celebrate Recovery, have questions or just need to get connected, this is the group for you!
Step Study Group
Step Studies are where the real work of Recovery takes place. It is in these rooms that we discover the amazing healing power of Jesus Christ by working our way through the Biblical 8 Principles and the 12 Steps using the four Celebrate Recovery Participant Guides and the Celebrate Recovery Bible. Books are available at the group meeting and childcare will be provided.
To learn more about Celebrate Recovery or to join a Step Study Group, please contact Cathy Taylor.