Connecting people to the hope strength and healing of Jesus Christ
We believe in the power of this Biblical program to change lives. We open the door to sharing our experiences, strengths and hopes with one another. In addition, we become willing to accept God’s grace in solving our lives’ problems.
Welcome To An Amazing Spiritual Adventure!
By working and applying the 8 principles, we begin to grow spiritually. We become free from our addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors including depression, anxiety and the effects of divorce and grief. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly, a stronger relationship with God and others. As we progress through this program we discover our personal, loving and forgiving Higher Power – Jesus Christ.
Join us every Friday night for our Celebrate Recover program including dinner, a time of praise and encouragement, our open share groups, and even coffee/dessert and fellowship to wrap up the night.
When you come, follow our directional signs (white with red letters) to the CR location.
6pm Dinner ($3 per person)
7pm Worship and Testimony/Lesson
8pm Gender and issue-specific small groups
9pm Coffee & Dessert
Please come for as much or as little of our program as you like. All are welcome!
Open Share Groups
Celebrate Recovery helps anyone seeking recovery from any hurts, habits or hang-ups. There is an open share group that is a good fit for each participant. If you’re not sure which group fits you best, please ask a Celebrate Recovery volunteer. You can also download our Helpful Documents PDF for information on many areas of recovery.
We offer many open share groups, and we plan to offer additional groups as we learn the specific needs of those who are involved in this program of recovery. May God bless you in your road to recovery.
This group is for men who struggle with any of life’s hurts, hang-ups and habits, ranging from (this is not an exclusive list) – codependency, control, anger, financial debt, divorce recovery, depression (other mental illnesses), and resentment – these men support each other during all these storms of life. Life Issues can also serve as a good first step toward admitting that the problem we are facing could be an addiction.
This group is for those struggling to quit drinking or using. Whether it be alcohol, nicotine, prescription drugs or other narcotics, this group provides weekly fellowship and accountability.
This group primarily consists of men seeking recovery over sexual addiction and pornography, however many types of addictions are represented and all are welcome. Many in our group struggle with multiple addictions. This group is a safe place to share struggles, pain, and victories, and a source for accountability and support for group members throughout the week.
This group captures all women addicted to any chemical substances (drugs or alcohol), food/eating disorders, sex addictions, gambling, etc. This group of women supports each other to break free from their addictions and to turn their lives completely over to the care and control of Jesus – our Higher Power.
There are many hurts and hang-ups in life that keep us from managing our lives the way we want. We were never meant to carry these burdens alone. This group of women that struggle with hurts and hang-ups ranging from (this is not an exclusive list) – codependency, control, anger, financial debt, divorce recovery, depression (other mental illnesses), and resentment – these women support each other during all these storms of life.
Co-Dependent Women of Addicted Loved Ones
First Time Guests – Newcomers 101
Newcomer’s 101 is a class designed specifically for individuals who have never attended a Celebrate Recovery program. This is a one-time-attendance group that will help set you at ease and explain the core-components of Celebrate Recovery while also helping you find the appropriate Open Share group to attend in the following weeks. During the second half-hour of Newcomer’s 101, the group will separate into a men’s group and a women’s group. This will give you the opportunity to share what brought you to Celebrate Recovery and ask any questions you may have.