Meets on Thursdays from 7pm-9pm in the North Campus
WHY CELEBRATE RECOVERY?
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered 12-step recovery program that meets at Church on the Rock every Thursday night to help people who struggle with addictions, hurts, habits, and hang-ups to find freedom and hope. It’s OK to not be OK so you can come as you are, and you’ll be welcomed with the unconditional love of Christ. We provide a safe environment where we can share our experiences, struggles, strengths, and hopes so that we become willing to accept God’s grace to transform us. In the context of Biblical principles, we can find freedom, peace, joy, and a stronger relationship with Jesus Christ.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Celebrate Recovery is for anyone 18 years and older struggling with a hurt, habit, or hang-up. We also recognize the mental health struggle that is often associated with addictions.
Hurts may include abuse, abandonment, codependency, divorce, grief, stress, betrayal, and relationship issues.
Habits may include addictions to alcohol, drugs, sex, food, gambling, shopping, social media, smoking, lying, work, popularity, and isolation.
Hang-ups may include anger, depression, fear, unhealthy body image, shame, pride, procrastination, materialism, laziness, and lack of self-control.
CELEBRATE RECOVERY IS NOT…
Celebrate Recovery is not therapy, counseling, legal advice, rehabilitation, or treatment. It’s not a shelter, a place for gossip, or a place to find a date. It’s not a quick fix, a place for perfection, or a place to judge others.
7-8pm Large Group Gathering with a lesson, testimony, and worship.
8-9pm Open Share Small Groups – Gender and issue-specific.
Church on the Rock – North Campus
888 Birdie Hills Road
St. Peters MO 63376
Childcare is currently not available due to Covid-19.
A community to equip teen guys and girls (6th Grade - 12th Grade) to deal with life issues.
Guys meet every Sunday at 7pm via Zoom. Sign Up Here!
Girls meet every Monday at 7pm via Zoom. Sign Up Here!
Your safety is our priority. We are in constant contact with St. Charles County Health Department to keep up to date with the recommended guidelines. Our leadership team wears masks. Masks are optional for attendees. We provide hand sanitation stations throughout the building and observe physical distancing. Childcare is not available at this time. Individually wrapped snacks are served with gloves and masks. All surfaces in our building are sanitized after every use.
Step Studies are offered for men and women at various times, meeting on a different day and time. This is where the deepest recovery occurs as small groups personally apply the steps in their lives using The Journey Begins Step Study books by John Baker.