Celebrate Recovery is a distinctly Christian and proven recovery curriculum for anyone struggling with ramifications of gambling, food, domestic violence, divorce, sexual abuse, loneliness, or any area that brings struggles and challenges. CR is a safe place to share, grow, and encourage each other.
It's very simple. Come to a Celebrate Recovery meeting on ANY Monday night at 6:30.
Celebrate Recovery meetings are located at The Father's House - Vacaville Campus (Bldg C) and Napa Campus (Main Auditorium). Witness for yourself the healing power of God as seen through this amazing program of recovery! There is no cost for this program, it is entirely FREE!
We start with worship, followed by a testimony or a lesson.
When you arrive, you will be greeted and given a bulletin for the evening. Come on in and grab a seat! We start with a time of worship, followed by either a live testimony, or a teaching on one of the 26 Lessons of Recovery. This part of the evening is called the 'large group' meeting and goes from 6:30-7:30pm.
We recommend that first-time attendees go to the Newcomers 101 class.
If this is your first time to CR (Celebrate Recovery) we ask you to attend Newcomers 101, which is an informational meeting telling you about how the program works. This meeting is held after the large group meeting time. It's also an open forum for you to ask questions and voice concerns. You only need to attend the newcomers group one time before attending the small groups. The next time you come, you will pick a small group to attend during the 7:30-8:30pm hour.
Small groups are designed for you to share, in a safe environment, what is going on in your life.
Small groups are issue-specific, gender-specific groups that meet from 7:30-8:30pm. You will have an opportunity to share what is going on in your life in a safe and confidential environment. Right now we have Men's Life Issues, Chemical Addictions, and Sexual Integrity small groups. For women we have Co-dependency, Chemical Addictions, and Life Issues groups. You can choose which group to go to on a weekly basis, and you do not have to attend the same small group each week.
This is a time for open fellowship with other people who struggle with the same things you do, while enjoying food and drinks.
The final 1/2 hour, from 8:30-9:00, is our fellowship time, known as "Hebrews Cafe"! Come join us as we get together, have some delicious snacks and drinks, and get to know each other. This is when you can develop relationships and talk to others who struggle with the same things you do. It's a time of encouragement, love and connection.