Day : Every Tuesday night
Time: 6:30PM to 8:30PM
Location : Large group is in the chapel and small groups are held in the fellowship hall.
The purpose of CELEBRATE RECOVERY is to celebrate God’s healing power in our lives through 8 recovery principles found in the Beatitudes. By working and applying these principles, we begin to grow spiritually and become willing to accept God’s grace in solving our problems. Change takes place as we share our experiences, hopes and strengths with each other. We gain freedom from our addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, joy, serenity and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others.
Free from the hurts of yesterday, the struggles of today, and the worries of tomorrow. Members of the group find freedom from all types of hurts, habits and hang-ups such as alcohol abuse, drug use, sexual addiction, food addiction, divorce, depression, anxiety, bi-polar, gambling, workaholism, people pleasing and just about any issue that keeps you down and interferes in your ability to live out God’s purpose for your life. If you struggle in these areas and are looking to free yourself from the hurts, habits and hang-ups, search no more.
Celebrate Recovery is filled with people who have been in your shoes. We are a recovery program which will help you build a foundation for your life on a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and learn to allow God’s healing power to transform our lives and overcome the struggles we encounter in this life.
We meet every Tuesday night at 6:30PM in the Chapel for a large group meeting which consists of praise and worship then a message based on the twelve steps and eight principles found in the beattitudes (Matthew 5) or a testimony of victory. Following the large group meeting we then have a small group meeting AT 7:30pm in which we break up into smaller gender specific groups which allow us to share the struggles and victories in our lives as well as further discuss the message or testimony that was given in the large group. We also have gender specific step studies where we dig deeper into the twelves steps and eight principles and learn how to apply them to our lives.