Break free from the hurts, habits, and hang-ups that block you from experiencing the true joy of life.
The Celebrate Recovery ministry was created to help people overcome life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups through a balanced and engaging program based on Jesus’ own teachings. For years the program has helped people deal with issues of abuse, addiction, anger, dependencies, depression, and more with eight principles from the Beatitudes of the New Testament and 12 biblically-based steps to recovery.
The program is distinctly Christian, founded in scripture and proven to work within the church. It helps bring people to discover a new level of growth, acceptance, and grace through the tools it offers.
St. John’s Celebrate Recovery (CR)
meets every Saturday evening
7pm - Walker Hall Dining Room
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Every meeting begins with an optional
Dinner from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. ($5 donation)
- 6pm - optional dinner hour
- 7pm - worship music, prayer, live personal testimony or teaching
- 8pm - open share groups (separate for men and women)
- 9pm - optional coffee & treats
CHILD CARE (ages 0 to 5)
AVAILABLE DURING CELEBRATE RECOVERY from 7-9pm
Ages 5 to 13
Celebration Place is our children's program that compliments Celebrate Recovery. While adults explore topics that bring healing and wholeness, their kids are discovering the same truths in age-appropriate ways!
A Step Study is a group who are committed and willing to meet once a week 7-9pm for about a year to work through the 12 Steps and 8 Principles from the Beatitudes in the Bible. Together, as we start with Principle One; we will experience major, miraculous progress and growth occurring in our lives, by stepping out of denial into God’s grace and taking an honest spiritual inventory. We work on getting right with God, ourselves and others. As we grow in our relationship with Christ, we will discover a new way to live life and we will begin to find the serenity we’ve always sought.
Men's and Women's step studies will launch at least once year.
next launch date: