Celebrate Recovery


What is Celebrate Recovery?

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered program that gives people the resources and relationships to help recover from life’s hurts, habits, and hang-ups. This is a program for anyone struggling with past or current dysfunctions or compulsions, whether they are affecting their own life or the lives of those around them.

The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to fellowship and celebrate God’s healing power in our lives through the Eight Recovery Principles found in the Beatitudes and Christ-Centered Twelve Steps. As we progress through the program we discover our personal, loving, and forgiving Higher Power Jesus Christ, the one and only true Higher Power. We invite you to take a courageous step and join us!

We meet every Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM in Carrington at Bethel Assembly of God (70 Poplar Ave. South).

Is Celebrate Recovery for Me? 

Celebrate Recovery offers a person the opportunity to participate in a group fellowship where love and hope combine with God’s purpose to mend our lives. Ask yourself:
-Are there things in my life that I do that hurt others?
-Is there something I wish I could live without?
-Is it time to crack 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?
If you answered “yes” to any of these statements then we urge you to attend a Celebrate Recovery meeting to see if it is for you. 

What types of issues are dealt with a Celebrate Recovery?

A wide variety of hurts, hang ups, and harmful behaviors are represented at Celebrate Recovery. Examples include dependency on alcohol or drugs, pornography, low self-esteem, need to control, depression, anger, co-dependency, depression, fear of rejection, fear of abandonment, perfectionism, broken relationships, and abuse. 

Is Celebrate Recovery Confidential? 

Yes, Celebrate Recovery maintains strict confidentiality. This promotes an atmosphere of trust and enables recovery. We are diligent about confidentiality and anonymity. 
The guidelines /rules protect all of us from judgement and being “fixed.” In a “safe place” you can take off your “mask” and be real and honest without fear. You are 100% in control of when and how much you participate.