Celebrate Recovery

The purpose of CR is to fellowship and celebrate God’s healing power in our lives through the 12 steps

and 8 Christ-centered recovery principles. By applying these principles we experience freedom from our hurts, habits, and hang-ups creating peace, serenity, joy and a stronger personal relationship with God and others.

Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to share struggles and a place where we can take off our masks.

A place where you hear the words: “Nobody walks alone.”


Celebrate Recovery changes lives!

Join Us

Celebrate Recovery is for anyone with the courage to be honest about life’s hurts,
habits and hang-ups and willing to open their life to healing and change. 


We meet every Wednesday (in the gym):

     5:45 - 6:30 pm  |  Dinner

     6:30 - 7:15 pm  |  Large Group Worship & Teaching

     7:15 - 8:00 pm  |  Open Share Small Groups

What is a hurt, habit & hang-up

It is something that is stealing the peace God intended you to have.


Hurt
Emotional reactions to another’s behavior or a disturbing situation.
(abuse, abandonment, co-dependency, divorce, relationship issues, etc.)


Habit
An addiction to someone or something.
(alcohol, drugs, food, gambling, sex, shopping, smoking, etc.)


Hang-up
Negative mental attitudes that are used to cope with people or adversity.
(anger, depression, fear, unable to forgive, etc.)

IS CELEBRATE RECOVERY FOR ME?

You may be thinking that recovery is just for those who struggle with drugs and alcohol. Nationally we have found that less than one-third of the people attending CR struggle with chemical dependencies.


CAN YOU ANSWER YES TO ANY ONE OF THESE QUESTIONS?

  • Have you been hurt by others?
  • Do you struggle with poor self-image?
  • Do you yearn for others approval?
  • Do you struggle with depression, isolation, a lack of trust?
  • Do you find your only true identity in your work? or Spending too much time there?
  • Do you seek comfort through food, alcohol or other substances?
  • Are you a survivor of physical, emotional or sexual abuse?
  • Is a current friend or relative struggling with an addiction? 

If you answered yes to these, Celebrate Recovery is for you.
We all have sinned, we’ve all fallen short, we’ve all been hurt, and we’ve all hurt others.

Changing Lives Matters

"As the Celebrate Recovery Director, I find myself on a journey toward wholeness; seeking recovery and celebrating God’s healing power in life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups. I encourage others to join me on this journey and together live in the world of possibilities.


Jeannie Adams

Celebrate Recovery Director

E: ucanteach1010@gmail.com