We all have some kind of hurt, habit, and hang-up.
It’s just the way of life, and many of us stay stuck and lose hope.
Celebrate Recovery is a safe place where you can come and find FREEDOM and GAIN HOPE!
Join us every Wednesday
Worship & Meeting at 6:30 pm!
on the 1st Wednesday of each month
FOR A HOT MEAL!!!!
with Free Child Care
What is Celebrate Recovery?
Our society is becoming more and more complex. Kids now have three sets of grandparents. Sexual addiction for men and women is growing at an exponential rate. Divorce is at an all-time high for Christians.
Celebrate Recovery was founded by Saddleback Church over 20 years ago. It was designed as a program to help those struggling with hurts, habits, and hang-ups by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through a recovery process.
Celebrate Recovery is now in over 19,000 churches worldwide!
In Celebrate Recovery groups across the United States and the world, only one in three who participate in Celebrate Recovery are there for drugs and alcohol. So why are they there?
They want to celebrate their recovery from any kind of addictions — overeating, stress, worrying, sex, obsessive compulsiveness, anger, depression and a multitude of life’s hurts, habits, and hang-ups. Be a part of this proven program that takes a Biblical approach to overcoming addiction.
The Celebrate Recovery program involves 8 principles from the beatitudes of the New Testament, and 12 biblical steps of recovery. This program is distinctly Christian, uncompromisingly biblical, and proven to work within the church. It has clearly brought people together to discover a new level of care, acceptance, trust, and grace. And, for those who seek to mature spiritually, making better decisions that will help them become Christ-like in character.
“Welcome to the ‘Road to Recovery.’ You are in for an exciting and amazing journey as you take the hand of the true and only Higher Power, Jesus Christ, and walk with Him toward healing and serenity.” — Pastor John Baker founder of Celebrate Recovery
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