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, self-condemnation, 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. We strive to ensure that Celebrate Recovery is a safe place, where people feel free to seek authentic healing and confidentiality is highly valued.
Celebrate Recovery is coming to KSC starting October 1:
- Mondays, Baker Center Entrance
- 6:30-8:30 pm for Worship and Open Share Groups
- Come early to connect!
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.
Questions? Contact Pastor Adam Keath, Director of Restoration and Recovery, at email@example.com.
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:
What Celebrate Recovery Is:
A safe place to share
A place of belonging
A place to care for others and be cared for
A place where respect is given to each member
A place where confidentiality is highly regarded
A place to learn
A place to grow and become strong again
A place where you can take off your mask
A place for healthy challenges and healthy risks
A possible turning point in your life
What Celebrate Recovery is NOT:
A place for selfish control
A place for therapy
A place for secrets
A place to look for dating relationships
A place to rescue or be rescued by others
A place for perfection
A place to judge others
A quick fix