Celebrate Recovery: Help for Hurts, Habits, & Hang-ups

Meetings have been suspended due to COVID-19 virus recommendations (CDC/MDH). In the meantime the following are options to stay connected with the broader CR family: 

Celebrate Recovery Website: https://www.celebraterecovery.com/
Celebrate Recovery Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/celebraterecovery/
Celebrate Recovery Facebook Live Recordings: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6952326
Celebrate Recovery - TRF Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/CelebrateRecoveryTRF/
Celebrate Recovery at Epiphany Station Email Address: celebraterecovery@epiphanystation.com

Continue checking the Epiphany Station website or the Celebrate Recovery TRF Facebook page for updated information, including when we reopen for meetings.

Weekly schedule

6:00pm — Free Meal
6:30pm — Worship Music
7:00pm — Teaching or Testimony
7:30pm — Small Groups

Small groups are a safe place to work through your struggles and share openly with people who are going through similar things. Groups are gender and issue specific. These groups are currently offered:

  •     Newcomers 101
  •     Men’s Addiction
  •     Women’s Addiction
  •     Men’s Life Issues
  •     Women’s Life Issues
  •     Women’s Grief/Loss

What is it?

Celebrate Recovery is a safe place for people to come together and receive the healing that God wants each of us to experience. It is a Christ-centered recovery program, based on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.  

Who can come?

Everyone is welcome to attend Celebrate Recovery at Epiphany Station! Many people who attend Celebrate Recovery are believers in Jesus, but this is not a requirement.

Why should I come?

Our hurts, habits, and hang-ups affect us and the way we live. If we begin to expose those things that often hold us back, fill us with shame, and make us feel isolated, we are starting on a path of healing. That path is easier when we can walk along side other people.

  • Hurts — Including divorce, miscarriage, rejection, losing a job, abuse (physical/sexual/emotional/spiritual/neglect), abortion, death/loss, infertility, mental illness, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, incarceration,  and violence. If you have experienced these or any other hurts, and you want to break free from them, Celebrate Recovery is for you!
  • Habits — Including drug addiction, alcohol, gambling, sex, pornography, anorexia, bulimia, cutting, binging, smoking, and shopping. If you struggle with a habit that controls your life, Celebrate Recovery is for you!
  • Hang-ups — Including pride, lust, insecurity, anger, indecision, people pleasing, low self-esteem, being judgmental, unforgiveness, lack of boundaries, manipulation, and so much more. If you struggle with any of these hang ups or love someone who does, Celebrate Recovery is for you!