CelebrateRecovery

 

If you are searching for healing or recovery from any of the above areas, click here to learn how

CelebrateRecovery can help!


CelebrateRecovery meets on

Mondays at 6:00pm.

If you are in need of healing or recovery from . . .


• Anger

• Depression

• Divorce

• Enabling

• Gambling

• Guilt

• Job Loss

• Need to Control

• Overworking

• Pornography

• Relational Pain

• Self Destruction

• Shame

• Family Problems

• Fear/Anxiety/Stress

• Alcohol or Substance Abuse

• Abuse: Verbal, Sexual or Physical


. . . Celebrate Recovery can help.

Freedom is possible

PRAYER FOR SERENITY


God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot

change. The courage to change the things I can. And the

wisdom to know the difference. Living one day at a time; enjoying one moment at a time; Accepting hardship as a pathway to peace; Taking,

as Jesus did, this sinful world as it is; Not as I would have it. Trusting that You will make all things right if

I surrender to Your Will. So that I may be

reasonably happy in this life.

And supremely happy with You forever in the next. AMEN.

- Reinhold Niebuhr

• Codependency

• Disappointments

• Eating Disorders

• Faith doubts

• Grief/Loss

• Insecurity

• Lying

• Overspending

• Perfectionism

• Procrastination

• Sexual Addiction

• Serious Illness

• Unforgiveness

Jesus looked at them

and said, “With man

this is impossible, but

with God all things

are possible.”

Matthew 19:26

Battling hurts, habits or hang-ups?

Life is tough; we live in an imperfect world. We have at times, blown it. We have been hurt by others or caused others to hurt. The truth is we all struggle with hurts, hang-ups and habits in some way.


January 2018 marked the beginning of the fourth year of CELEBRATE RECOVERY, a safe place to encourage fellowship, to learn and grow together to understand that God never wastes a hurt. We journey together, by taking the hand of the true Higher Power, Jesus Christ and walk with Him towards healing and serenity.


The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to use 8 Biblical Principles and 12 Christ Centered Steps to experience freedom from those hurts, hang-ups and habits. Involving ourselves in worship, group settings and fellowship we have an opportunity to know that we are not alone and true freedom can be found in the strength and power of the One that heals.


We all begin in the same place and that is the beginning. We all can use a fresh start, a walking journey from chaos to wholeness and that is accomplished one step at a time. There is hope and it begins with the first step, giving up control, stepping away from denial and acknowledging our own need.


Matthew 11:28 “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” True freedom comes when we turn our problems over to God and surrender our lives and wills to Him.


Join us as we Celebrate Recovery together every Monday evening at 6:30. Doors open at 6:00PM, Worship and Large Group meeting begins at 6:30 -7:30; Open share small groups 7:30-8:30. It’s never too late to realize you don’t have to do it alone.


Spring is here. For many of us, as we see the flowers bloom and trees blossom we are reminded of new beginnings. We can experience those new beginnings, not only in nature but in our own lives as well. Those new beginnings spark hope. Hope is an amazing thing when you have it and a terrible feeling if you lack it. In Celebrate Recovery, Principle Two is the Hope Principle. It states:  Earnestly believe that God exists, that I matter to Him, and that He has the power to help me recover. We’ll find the hope for which we’ve been searching in the only Higher Power, Jesus Christ.


It has been said, “ I was struggling in hopelessness but now have hope.” “God is changing me.” “ I could not have made it through this storm without Christ.” “ I have learned so much about myself, and for the first time, I like what I see.” At Celebrate Recovery we have experienced for ourselves, and witnessed of others, the hope offered in Christ.


There is nothing sweeter than seeing life change, up close and personal. None of us are “fixed” but one thing is for sure; growth and change are becoming daily realities in so many lives. God has lifted us up and taught us some incredible lessons, even through times of hurt and pain.


When we get to that place of surrender where we can say to God, “I’m tired of doing this on my own,” then we can begin the process of allowing Him to change us. No matter what we find ourselves in the middle of, no matter what poor choices we’ve made, no matter what struggles and hurts we’ve experienced, God still loves us and desires to comfort, protect and guide us out of our mess and pain. We can experience hope.


Please join us Monday nights to discover the hope we’ve found, or rediscover it for yourself if you’ve lost it along the way. At CR we wear no masks, we are a safe place to share and we understand that we all have “stuff” that we’re dealing with. No one has it all together.


May 18th, Celebrate Recovery will be bringing a “Night of Hope” to the community. Please mark your calendar for this event and keep it prayer. We are living in a society ridden with addiction and its impact. It is our prayer that hope will be realized in the midst of this epidemic and that the light of Christ will shine among us all.


God bless,

Celebrate Recovery Ministry Team