CELEBRATE RECOVERY

Due to current CDC recommendations, CR will meet ONLINE via FB Live at 7:00 pm on Mondays. Join our FB page (Celebrate Recovery at King Street Church) for music, encouragement, and more! Directly following the LIVE portion, we will offer Zoom meetings for both men and women so that we can continue to support each other in our journeys. 

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind.  We all have hurts, hang-ups and habits.  Our symptoms may differ, but we are all in need of healing.  Everyone is welcome at Celebrate Recovery, for a wide range of recovery issues, including (but not limited to!) anger, high anxiety, fear, guilt, shame, grief/loss, depression, codependency, eating disorder, food addiction, love and relationship addiction, physical/ sexual/ emotional abuse, alcohol/drug addiction, pornography, sexual addiction, gambling addiction, financial dysfunction, control issues and more.  Celebrate Recovery is a safe place, where people feel free to seek authentic healing and confidentiality is highly valued.    

You are welcome at Celebrate Recovery:

  • Mondays, Baker Center Entrance
  • 6:30-8:30 pm for Worship and Open Share Groups
  • Come early to connect!

Questions?  Contact Pastor Adam Keath, Director of Restoration and Recovery, at [email protected].

What to Expect:

The large group meeting is designed for the participant to set aside the busyness and stress of the outside world by entering into a time of prayer, praise and worship, and teaching as a way of getting in touch with the one and only Higher Power, Jesus Christ.

The open share small group meets immediately after the large group meeting and provides a place for the participant to connect with other Celebrate Recovery attendees. This is a safe place where participants can be in gender-specific groups and issue-specific groups.

Newcomers 101 is for first-time attendees and will help you better understand what Celebrate Recovery is all about as well as provide you the opportunity to ask questions or process your feelings in a safe environment before you make a commitment to a small group.

Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church (the church that started Celebrate Recovery) has said, “There are two types of people: those who need recovery and know it, and those who need recovery and don’t.”  Truly, we believe recovery is for everyone!