*Currently, CR is meeting online only.
PLEASE NOTE: CR IS MEETING ONLINE ONLY FOR THE TIME BEING
Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a recovery program aimed at all “hurts, habits, and hang-ups” including but not exclusive to: anger, anxiety, co-dependency, eating disorders, compulsive behaviors, PTSD, mental health, sex addiction, financial dysfunction, and drugs and alcohol. Nationally, approximately two-thirds of the participants are in recovery for something other than drugs and alcohol. CR is one of the seven largest addiction recovery support programs. It’s a Christ-centered, Bible-based, 8 principles, 12 step recovery program designed to help people connect with God and others in a fresh, new way and experience healing and hope in a safe place. By working the steps and applying their biblical principles, we begin to grow spiritually and eventually become free from our hurts, habits, and hang-ups. This freedom creates serenity, peace, joy, and most importantly, a deeper personal relationship with our loving and forgiving Higher Power, Jesus Christ. Look around you. Chances are you know someone who could benefit from the power of participation in Celebrate Recovery. Perhaps that someone is you? We meet EVERY Friday night, rain or shine, even on holidays, and you are invited you to join us!
EVERY FRIDAY OF THE YEAR:
***CURRENTLY CR IS MEETING ONLINE ONLY***
Large Group: 7:00-8:00pm in Room 204. Large group consists of a time of worship and a lesson or testimony.
Newcomer's 101 and Open-Share Groups: 8:00-9:00pm. Newcomer’s 101 is a one-time orientation for first time participants to familiarize you with Celebrate Recovery and Open-Share. We have separate Open-Share groups for men and women.
Cross Talk Café (Fellowship): 9:00-9:30pm in Room 206. This is a relaxed time of fellowship and to look for a sponsor and accountability partners.
Step Studies are a small group of individuals working through CR's 12 step program, in detail. They provide additional support and guidance in the program.
Current Step Studies:
Men's Group: Veteran's with PTSD on Fridays
Women's Group: Beginning in October