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Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery

CR meets every Friday Night

6–6:35: Dinner

6:45–7:45: Large Group

7:50-8:50: Small Open Share Group

8:50-9:30: Celebrate Cafe (coffee and dessert)

(Information Sheets below)

Celebrate Recovery has helped heal men and women from a wide spectrum of hurts, habits, or hang-ups. Sometimes there is a misconception that CR is limited to those who struggle with only drug and alcohol addictions. This Christ-centered program offers a safe and confidential environment for anyone struggling with any life issues, such as childhood sexual abuse, grief, control issues, gambling addiction, depression, anxiety, pornography, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts, abortion recovery, anger, and much more. It is not limited by age, gender, marital status, or religious background.

Celebrate Recovery uses the eight biblical principles found in the Beatitudes (from Matthew 5) and the traditional 12 Steps.

Celebrate Recovery IS:

  • A safe place to share
  • A place of refuge
  • A place of belonging
  • A place to care for others and be cared for
  • A place where respect is given to each member
  • A place where confidentiality is highly regarded
  • A place to learn
  • A place to demonstrate genuine love
  • A place to grow and become strong again
  • A place for progress
  • A place where you can take off your mask and allow others to know who you are
  • A place for healthy challenges and healthy risks
  • A place for a probably turning point your life
  • Celebrate Recovery is NOT:

  • A place for selfish control
  • A place for therapy
  • A place for secrets
  • A place to look for dating relationships
  • A place to rescue or be rescued by others
  • A place for perfection
  • A place to judge others
  • A place for a quick fix
  • Below are links to information sheets about the different life issues you might be going through. If you are experiencing one of these struggles, we hope you'll consider attending CR to help you overcome it.

    Adult Children of Family Dysfunction

    Celebremos la Recuperacion

    Chemical Dependency


    Co-Dependent Women in a Relationship with a Sexually Addicted Man

    Definitions of Sobriety

    Eating Disorders

    Food Addiction

    Freedom from Anger

    Gambling Addiction

    Love & Relationship Addiction

    Mental Health

    Mixed Issues


    Physical-Sexual & Emotional Abuse

    Physical-Sexual & Emotional Abuse for Women

    Service Opportunities

    Sexual Addiction

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