Help for life's hurts, habits, and hangups

 

Celebrate Recovery is a fellowship and celebration of God's healing power in our lives through the practice of the twelve steps. If you have an addiction that is harming your life and your relationship with God we invite you to take the first step in celebrating your recovery. The first step the desire to change.

By working the steps and applying their Biblical principles we begin to grow spiritually. We become willing to accept God's grace in solving our lives' problems. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy and most importantly a stronger personal relationship with God and others.

Please join us on an amazing spiritual journey where you will find:

  • God's grace

  • Encouragement to be free from addiction

  • A caring, supportive, and God-centered environment

  • Healing through honesty with yourself and others

  • Loving support of the Holy Spirit

  • Prayer & personal growth

Join us this Tuesday at 7:00p

Celebrate Recovery meets every Tuesday at The Bridge at 7:00p. You are welcome to visit anytime. If you'd like more info, you can fill out the confidential form below and we'll be in touch.

The Landing - Teen Recovery

The Landing is our Tuesday night recovery program for teenagers. It's for teens struggling to live their lives in a healthy, God-honoring way. Maybe you come from a dysfunctional home, or have faced crises in your life, or wrestle with an addiction of some kind...we would love to have you. The Landing meets Tuesdays at 7:00p at our Des Plaines location.


 

New Breakout Groups

We've added two new breakout groups to our Tuesday nights: Spanish and Welcome Home. Spanish is a group providing those who speak the language a place to work through their hurts, habits, and hangups. Welcome Home (begins at 8:00p) is a breakout group specifically made for men who have served in our military. This group is for veterans, led by a veteran, Bruce Roush.

Learn more about CR

Just shoot us a line and we'll get back to you. Everything written here is confidential.