It’s not easy to admit you don’t have life all altogether.
But, there is a safe place where everyone has already done just that. Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a place where isolation can be replaced with loving, judgement-free connections. CR is a place where you can find freedom from the issues that are controlling your life.
What is CR?
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-Centered, 12-step recovery progam for anyone struggling with hurt, hang-ups or destructive habits of any kind.
What are hurt, hang-ups or destructive habits?
- alcohol addiction
- food addiction
- sexual abuse
- drug addiction
- eating disorders
- sexual addiction
- control issues
- love and relationship addiction
- gambling addiction
- domestic olence
- ANY issue that is controlling you!
Who needs CR?
CR is for anyone who wants freedom from emotional pain.
The pain of family conflicts, depression, childhood abuse or addictive behaviors can keep us from experiencing the fullness of life. We hide in shame not realizing there is a freedom that comes from transparency. At CR, you can find freedom that creates peace, serenity, joy and a stronger relationship with God and with other people.
Will CR work for me?
Established in 1991, Celebrate Recovery has programs in over 35,000 churches around the world. You will also find CR in recovery houses, rescue missions, uni-versities, and prisons internationally. Over 5 million people have completed one of Celebrate Recovery’s Step Studies (small groups that dive deeper into applying the 12-steps). Celebrate Recovery works!
What to expect at a CR meeting
An evening at CR begins with a large group meeting, including worship and a les-son or personal testimony. After the large group meeting, newcomers to CR are invited to attend Newcomer 101. This is a chance to learn more about the program and get answers to your questions. If you have already attended a Newcomer 101, you are invited to attend an Open Share group. These same-sex groups offer a safe place to share more openly.
Join us to take the first step toward freedom.
We meet in-person at the church every Thursday night at 7pm or you can join us via Zoom. Contact us for the Zoom meeting information.