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Celebrate Recovery

**Due to CDC recommendations concerning COVID-19, Celebrate Recovery services have been suspended indefinitely, however, please contact us about virtual groups to stay connected with us!  For more information on virtual groups contact**

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Celebrate Recovery Virtual Groups

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery program where people come to find hope, healing and freedom from all types of hurts, habits, and hang-ups. 

People find freedom from anger, insecurity, addiction, anxiety and more. The goal of the program is not just to recover from past sins and hurts, but to become Christ-like in character. At Celebrate Recovery, we place an emphasis on anonymity, confidentiality & personal responsibility.

Program Details

Main Session is for adults 18 and older
Share Groups are for adults 18 and older

Rock Kids Children's Ministry is for children ages 10 and under, and is provided 7:00pm - 9:00pm; Parents/guardians must be on campus at all times

Every Monday

7:00pm - Main session
8:00pm - Open Share Groups (Men and women have separate rooms for the Open Share Groups.) In these groups we share our experience, strength and hope with one another.
9:00pm - Coffee and snacks

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Isn't Celebrate Recovery for alcoholics and addicts?

Celebrate Recovery is for anyone who struggles with issues. Yes, Celebrate Recovery can bring hope, healing, and freedom to those struggling with chemical dependency, but it's also designed to bring freedom to those struggling with: depression, codependency, food issues, grief, low self-esteem, gambling, sexual addiction, self-harm, etc. Basically, if you are breathing, Celebrate Recovery can help you!

2. How much does it cost?

Celebrate Recovery is offered free of charge.

3. Will there be childcare?

Better than childcare! We will have kids MINISTRY available for kids from infancy to 10 years old, complete with time in our Adventure Rock play area!

4. Do I have to be a member of your church to go through the program?

Absolutely not! We welcome members of our church family, but our doors are open to all members of our community, and their friends and families!