Thursdays at 7:00pm on the West Town Campus
Celebrate Recovery is a Biblically-based program that borrows AA’s 12-step concept and incorporates the words of Jesus Christ found in the “Beatitudes” (Matthew 5) to help persons experience freedom from ALL TYPES of hurts, habits and hang-ups. Helping people experience inner healing and assisting them in their life-long journey toward wholeness is the goal of West Town’s Celebrate Recovery ministry.
What Can Celebrate Recovery Do For You?
- CR allows for a “safe place” where people can interact with others who are experiencing similar hurts, habits or hang-ups, and can journey together with them on the road to recovery.
- CR provides a leader who has gone through similar life struggles, who facilitates the group as it focuses each week on one of the 12 steps that lead people through successful recoveries.
- CR offers the opportunity to partner with a “sponsor” who will “come alongside” and personally assist others in the recovery process through one-on-one “accountability” relationships.
What Can You Expect At Celebrate Recovery?
Since anonymity is important to most people who are trying to overcome emotional wounds, addictive behaviors and other personality dysfunctions, West Town insists that its Celebrate Recovery participants adhere to a confidentiality code of “what happens in CR stays in CR.” West Town believes Celebrate Recovery must be a “safe place” for those seeking victory over what can be sensitive life debilitating issues.
West Town invites you to start celebrating your own recovery as you learn helpful insights, tap into a strong support system, participate in intimate worship, enjoy friendly social interaction, and experience the healing power of God’s grace – all in an informal, relaxed environment. These are open sessions, so there is no need to register.
For more information about West Town’s Celebrate Recovery ministry, please contact the church office at 706-855-5008 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are in interested in online support or literature, please click here to view links with resources that can help you find lasting recovery.