Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered program that helps us overcome and be delivered from the struggles that can take control of our lives. Held on the Madison campus, CR is a safe place where love and grace abide and you can come as you are.

Let’s face it – life is hard at times, and there is an enemy who desires to destroy our lives. Depression, co-dependency, alcohol, chemical and substance abuse, food addiction, anger, physical and mental abuse, unforgiveness, sexual and relational struggles, pornography and other hurts, habits, and hang-ups can all become strongholds in our lives that prevent us from living free in Christ.

Celebrate Recovery incorporates the gathering of believers in worship, prayer, testimonies, celebration, small groups, accountability, and discipleship, with the 12 Step principles and the recovery principles found in the Beatitudes, to break the chains of these strongholds. At Celebrate Recovery, you will experience a real community that fosters renewal and restoration. No need to call before you come….family members are welcome and childcare is available!

Monday Nights

Building 1 Fellowship Hall

Madison campus

5:45-6:30pm | Dinner together (currently suspended)
6:30-7:30pm | Large group worship and prayer
7:30-8:30pm | Men’s and women’s small groups

CR Groups

Step Study Groups

Celebrate Recovery has three main parts: a large group gathering, open-small groups, and separate Men’s and Women’s Step Studies. Steps Studies offer you a safe, loving, holy place and time to go deep into your personal life and faith. You spend an eight to nine month journey in a 12-step study that meets weekly, with a handful of other men or women. You will be led by leaders who have been where you have been and are where you are, in a small group time of high accountability, high confidentiality, and high trust where you share in each other lives. This allows for great clarity and healing in your life. It also creates a bond between you and those in your Step Study to give and receive support from each other. There are separate study groups for men and women.  Step Studies meet once a week for two hours on a day and time that varies with each group.

Women’s groups

1. Alcohol and chemical addiction
2. Other Hurts, hang ups and habits: co-dependency, depression, anger, food addictions….etc.

Men’s groups

1. Alcohol and chemical addiction
2. Sexual relationship and pornography
3. Other hurts, habits, and hang-ups: workaholic, co-dependency, depression, anger, food addictions…etc.