What We Are
Things We Are:
- A safe place to share
- A refuge
- 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 demonstrate genuine love
- A place to grow and become strong again
- A place for progress
- A place where you can take off your mask and let others know who you are
- A place for healthy challenges and healthy risks
- A possible turning point in your life
- Specifically designated recovery groups
Things We Are Not:
- A place for selfish control (We focus on our selves, not on “fixing” others)
- 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 long-term commitment
- A place to judge others
- A quick fix
- A community group
Is Celebrate Recovery for me?
CR offers a person the opportunity to participate in a group fellowship where love and hope combine with God’s purpose to mend our lives.
- Are there things I do that hurt others?
- Is there something I wish I could live without?
- Is it time to break through my denial and admit I am not in control of my life?
- Do I have a painful habit or hang-up from which I need to be freed?
- Is a past abuse in my life preventing me from being able to move forward?
If you answered “yes” to any of these statements, we urge you to attend a CR meeting to see if it is for you.
There is hope at Celebrate Recovery where you will find:
- Others struggling with similar issues
- Unconditional understanding & acceptance
- Help from God to focus on Him and how He wants you to change
- Freedom from bondage
- Healthier thinking
- A new “toolbox” …to help you to respond instead of react
Celebrate Recovery is a safe place because:
- You are in control of how much you participate
- No one “fixes” or judges
- No one “shoulds” on you
- You find answers from God—-and depend on Him
- Your life becomes re-centered on Christ
- You are encouraged by the openness & vulnerability of fellow strugglers
- You are allowed to “take off your mask” and be real and honest