Celebrate Recovery (CR) offers support, encouragement and hope to those seeking freedom from their hurts, hang-ups and habits.


Sometimes we find ourselves "stuck" on our spiritual journey and we need some help to break loose from what’s holding us back. Celebrate Recovery (CR) offers support, encouragement and hope to those seeking freedom from their hurts, hang-ups and habits.

CR is built on the 8 Principles of Recovery found in Jesus' teachings in Matthew 5 and also on the 12 Steps. You’ll be inspired through the worship, teaching and testimonies shared in our Large Group meeting; you’ll find a safe place to deal with your specific struggle in our Open Share Groups, and you’ll enjoy great fellowship and connection at our Solid Rock Café.

Celebrate Recovery meets every Thursday from 6:30-8:30 pm in The Connection. No registration is needed, and childcare is available. 

Celebrate Recovery has given me a place to belong – a place to share my struggles with others who struggle. I’m not alone. Celebrate Recovery connects me with the biblical tools I need to live a peaceful, godly life and has improved my relationships.

– A CR Participant

Whether you served during peace time or war, if you experienced combat or never heard a shot fired in anger, all veterans are welcome at Welcome Home!

We would love to walk alongside you during this challenging season you are facing.  Our counselors and Pastors aim to provide you with encouragement and hope through the words of the Bible, the work of the Holy Spirit, and the person of Jesus Christ

NextStepDisciple.org is our resource website providing biblical and life application material through articles, videos, Bible studies, and books. Check out a few of our featured articles below. 

Trusting God's Plan

Overwhelmed with fear of our future, we are prone to forget God's faithfulness. We must be intentional to take our eyes off ourselves, our weakness, and our need, and fix them on Jesus as we take time to remember who He is and what He has done.

The Rage Monster

Although we may not give full vent to our anger in a public way, the hard truth is that a rage monster lives inside each of us and raises its head in subtle and not-so-subtle ways. The tendency is to minimize it, excuse it, rationalize it, even justify it, but try as we might, we know that we have an ugly problem, and we need to face it and deal with it.

The Sickness of Our Secrets

While we may be skilled at keeping our struggles from other people, there isn’t anything we are keeping from God—and the lies that we conceive to protect our secrets only push us further from the only one who can heal us.

Thursdays, 6:30-8:30 pm

Childcare provided

Life after the Military does not always make sense. The loss of a sense of brotherhood and the loss of being part of something important and bigger than myself can lead to feelings of frustration, isolation, emptiness, boredom, anger, or loneliness. In an attempt to cope with the pain of these overwhelming emotions, sometimes veterans turn to unhealthy relationships, at-risk behaviors, or substance abuse.


Welcome Home is Celebrate Recovery's tool to help veterans stuck in hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Welcome Home is an Open Share Group for veterans led by veterans. Participants can recapture some of that sense of brotherhood and sense of mission, because every week they gather to discuss what is happening in their lives and to reach out to other veterans struggling with different hurts, hang-ups and habits.


Celebrate Recovery meets every Thursday from 6:30-8:30 pm in The Connection Building. No registration is needed, and childcare is available. For more information, contact Celebrate Recovery.





Monday - Thursday  9:00 am-4:00 pm