Celebrate Recovery has resumed meeting at Browncroft and
will be changing from Thursdays to Tuesdays beginning October 3.
When should I attend Celebrate Recovery?
Celebrate Recovery meets every Tuesday evening in the Fellowship Hall. We begin at 7:00pm, but come a little early to meet people. Worship and Teaching or Testimony as a large group is the first hour, followed by gender specific Open Share Groups ending around 9:00pm. If attending the first time, there is an orientation provided during the Open Share time to help you become acquainted with what we’re about.
What can I expect?
At Celebrate Recovery you can expect a safe and confidential place to open your life to receiving God’s grace in solving life’s problems. Celebrate Recovery participants open their lives by focusing on 12 Steps and 8 Recovery Principles rooted in Scripture. By working and applying these Biblical principles, participants begin to grow spiritually. As participants progress through the program they discover a personal, loving and forgiving Higher Power – Jesus Christ, the one and only true Higher Power.
Who should attend Celebrate Recovery?
Celebrate Recovery is for people who want freedom from, hurts, habits, and hang-ups. A hurt, habit, or hang-up is something that hinders our walk with God. The feeling of being HURT is an emotional reaction to another person’s behavior or to a disturbing situation. A HABIT is an addiction to someone or something. HANG-UPS are negative mental attitudes that are used to cope with people or adversity (anger, depression, fear, unforgiveness, etc.). Healing is available through applying the principles of a Bible based recovery process which opens up our lives to Christ, the ultimate healer.
What makes Celebrate Recovery different?
While Celebrate Recovery is step-based program, it differs from other such programs in that it is:
- Based on Scripture.
- Emphasizes spiritual commitment to Jesus.
- Forward looking.
- Emphasizes personal responsibility.
- Contains Biblical truth to grow spiritually and emotionally.
- About all types of hurts, habits, and hang-ups.