Celebrate Recovery is a safe place for all to embrace grace with the hope of healing from our hurts, habits, and hang-ups. In Celebrate Recovery, we rest in this truth – it’s okay to not be okay, and we don’t have to stay that way because God has provided a way out.
- DINNER AND FELLOWSHIP is an opportunity to meet and gather as a family for a light dinner before the General Large Group begins.
- GENERAL LARGE GROUP is a gathering for a time of worship and teaching on one of the steps of recovery, or a testimony from someone who has been through the steps of recovery.
- OPEN SHARE GROUPS are facilitated by Celebrate Recovery leaders who have been through the steps of recovery. These groups are a safe place to share life’s struggles and celebrate the victories God is giving us. All groups are topic-specific and gender-based. Some of the topics covered include: anger, drugs/alcohol, co-dependency, gambling, pornography, food issues, love and relationship issues, and more.
- NEWCOMERS 101 is a group geared to help you get more familiar with what takes place within Celebrate Recovery, and to show you how you can get connected into this new way of life for yourself and your entire family.
- CONNECT TIME (in Reach Café) is an opportunity get to know each other and build friendships and support while having coffee and refreshments.
Mondays from 6:30pm to 8:30pm on Campus at The Crossing
7950 W Windmill Lane | Las Vegas, NV 89113
Come early for a light dinner and fellowship at 5:30pm
CELEBRATION PLACE provides an environment for children who are experiencing their own hurt, habit or hang-up. The material covered will coincide with the material their parents are learning in Celebrate Recovery. Children that attend this setting range from ages 5-13, and have someone in their home that is important to them that has made the courageous step to begin their own healing.
- WHAT TO EXPECT is for children to be cared for. They will experience small groups with lessons that mirror what mom and dad are learning. They will have a safe place for themselves, have fun, make friends, and most of all gain a new language that will help them learn all about recovery. The goal is for recovery for the entire family!