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Our churches are safe places to not be okay. Recovery is a group that meets in an 10 week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. Although Recovery sometimes has the connotation of dealing with addictions only, this is not the case in our family of churches. Our focus is on the gospel leading us to repentance and healing, so it is applicable to any area of life, no matter how seemingly big or small. 

We want this to be a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family. 

Next Recovery Meeting:

Recovery meets most Monday nights at 6:00pm. See below for the next Recovery meeting:

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect? Our Recovery cycles run twice a year on Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at our Office. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike. To find the next Recovery meeting, visit our Upcoming Events page.

What happens during Recovery? We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender specific small groups for discussion, encouragement and prayer.

If you have questions about Recovery, please e-mail Ryan Rike.

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