Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to share life’s struggles, strengths, hurts and hopes in a Christ-centered recovery process, overcoming personal struggles through community, scripture and worship.
CR for Adults
The purpose of CR is to fellowship and celebrate God’s healing power in our lives through the eight recovery principles found in the Beatitudes and Christ-centered 12 Steps. By working the Christ-centered steps and applying their biblical principles found in the Beatitudes, we begin to grow spiritually. We become free from our addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy and, most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others.
Our Small Groups divide into areas of different topics. Some of these are Codependency, Chemical and Substance Abuse, Sexual Purity and Mixed Issues.
Designed for 6 to 12-year-olds, Celebration Place is a program for children that mirrors the Celebrate Recovery one-year, large group teaching schedule and curriculum plan used in the CR teachings for adults. This means that while adults explore topics that bring healing and wholeness, their children are discovering the same truths in age-appropriate ways.
The lessons will give children truths that help them avoid cycles of hurts, hang-ups, and habits; truths that lead them to make Jesus the foundation of their lives; ways to draw close to Jesus during challenging times; as well as language and experiences to understand what’s happening in their homes, in an effort to break cycles of dysfunction and join their parents in forgiveness and healing.
The Landing is a dynamic resource for teens in middle and high school, experiencing life’s hurts, habits or hang-ups. Young people can break patterns of unhealthy behavior through the community, teaching and experiences they’ll discover at The Landing.
They’ll examine the past decisions that led them to where they are today. They’ll talk about the patterns and behaviors that keep them trapped. They’ll pursue the life-changing truths of freedom found throughout the Bible. They’ll commit to living differently and building healthy relationships with family members, adult leaders and trusted peers. They’ll develop lifelong tools for dealing with unresolved hurt and pain and learn to walk in freedom.