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Celebrate Recovery at Stafford Crossing will continue to meet online through July.  

CRCR Open Share Groups meet Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom. Sign up to receive an invite to the meeting.

Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a Christ-centered ministry where people can find God’s healing and strength to face and move beyond their hurts, habits, and hang-ups. CR is for anyone struggling with past or current dysfunctions or compulsions, whether they are affecting their own life or the lives of those around them. CR does not focus on a specific habit or problem but provides a place for people facing a variety of life’s difficulties and struggles to find community.
Celebrate Recovery is a safe place, a place of belonging, a place to care for others and be cared for, where respect is given to each member, and where confidentiality is highly regarded. CR is a place to take off your mask, to learn, to grow and become strong again. CR is a place to trust and follow Jesus to freedom from hurts, habits, and hang-ups.

Celebrate Recovery is for adults, age 18 and older, post high school. Children birth - 5th grade are welcome at child care and at dinner nights.

What is Recovery?
In physical health, recovery refers to the process of moving from illness to wellness. Our hurts, habits and hang-ups are like an illness. At CR you will learn tools to begin to move toward wholeness, to move from bondage to freedom in Christ, from self-reliance to deeper faith in Christ.

What is the difference between a Celebrate Recovery 12 step program and an AA program?
The principle difference between AA (and other Twelve Step programs) and Celebrate Recovery is that Celebrate Recovery focuses on Jesus Christ as the true Higher Power and uses God's Word as the authority in relation to the Twelve Steps. The Twelve Steps have a Christian heritage as they were modeled after the Oxford Society. In order to reach people who would be offended by Jesus or the church, AA focused on a Higher Power. But Celebrate Recovery's 8 Principles to the Road to Recovery tie the Twelve Steps to Jesus Christ's teachings known as the Beatitudes given in The Sermon on the Mount.