What is Celebrate Recovery?
Celebrate Recovery is a 12 step program designed to help those struggling with hurts, hang-ups, and habits by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through the recovery process. We understand how hard it can be to reach out for help. We want you to know that Celebrate Recovery is a place where it’s okay to not be okay. The Good News is we don’t need to stay that way because God has provided a way out.
Who is Celebrate Recovery for?
Can you answer “Yes” to any of the following questions:
- Do you have trouble setting limits for yourself?
- Do you sacrifice your identity, desires or needs to make others feel good about themselves or to keep the peace?
- Do you struggle feeling safe when you aren’t in control?
- Do you raise your voice to get your way?
- Do you act kind on the outside, but feel bitter on the inside?
- Do you use food, sex/pornography, relationships, alcohol or drugs to cope with life’s problems?
- Do you struggle with your body image?
- Do you love someone struggling with destructive behaviors, such as pornography, drugs or alcohol?
- Do you live with someone who abuses you physically, sexually or emotionally or feel the continued effects from past traumas and abuse?
We want you to know there is HOPE!
Recovery Nights Schedule:
Dinner is an optional time to hang out and meet some new friends which will develop into accountability partners and sponsors.
The Large Group gathering follows dinner where everyone meets together for worship, teaching of one of the steps of recovery or testimony from someone who has been through the steps.
Small Groups are facilitated by Celebrate Recovery Leaders who have been through recovery themselves. Small groups are a safe place to open up about life struggles and celebrate the victories God is giving us. All groups are issue specific and gender based.
New Comers 101 is a group specifically to help you get more familiar with what takes place and how you can get plugged in to this new way of life.
Hang out time gives us a chance to get to know people from our groups.