Celebrate Recovery: A Christ-Centered Recovery Program
7 - 9pm | The Chapel, Millbrook Campus*
*Enter through the West Entrance off Hargrove Rd (Buliding Map) and proceed to the Chapel.
Celebrate Recovery helps individuals connect to each other, find support and encouragement and grow in Christ as they meet together in Christian fellowship with biblical teaching, testimonies and joyful praise and worship. This ministry helps serve our church and community by providing a safe place where people in Raleigh and surrounding areas can come to take off the mask and openly confess their hurts, habits and hang-ups. As they work through the 12 steps and the eight principles found in the Beatitudes, and humbly trust in the unconditional love of Jesus and His victory over the penalty and the power of sin, people find hope, healing and recovery. Free child care is available.
Meetings are held in a safe, confidential environment with gender-based small groups dealing with:
chemical dependency / eating disorders / workaholism / anger and anxiety problems / gambling addiction / codependency and enabling / sexual addiction / control issues / relationship challenges
Friday Night Schedule
- Worship & Teaching or Testimony: 7pm | The Chapel
- Newcomers 101 (meeting for first-time visitors only): 8pm | Rm 732
- Open Share Groups: 8pm | Rm 734, 737, 751
- Crosstalk Cafe - join us for coffee and fellowship:
2nd Friday of each month | 9pm | The Chapel
- Solid Rock Cafe - join us for food and fellowship:
Last Friday of each month | 9pm | The Chapel
Celebrate Recovery Youth Program
Celebration Place is a safe place for children K-5th grade to connect and grow while their parents or caregivers are in Celebrate Recovery. This program is not meeting currently.
Contact the Celebrate Recovery leadership team or call 919.981.0222 x600 if interested in volunteering with this program.
12-Step Studies - For Men or Women
Contact the Celebrate Recovery leadership team or call 919.981.0222 x600 if interested in attending either study.
Please check out the national Celebrate Recovery website: www.celebraterecovery.com