Every Thursday, from 09/17/2020 to 01/21/2021, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Wherever there was human suffering, Jesus was concerned about it now, and about its healing now. ~ Richard Rohr, Breathing Under Water
Life Recovery is a safe place for people to find healing and freedom from addictions not limited to drugs and alcohol. We can be, and are, addicted to any number of things in life: food, gambling, sex, pornography, shopping, over-dependence on people, love of “stuff,” feelings of depression, fear, or anxiety . . . the list goes on. Addictions are very simply the things, relationships, or coping strategies we turn to for relief from life’s pain and brokenness. And while pleasurable for a short time, they do not satisfy or save.
In Life Recovery you’ll find friends to connect with, strength to help you face some of your most difficult struggles, practical steps for real change, and a much, much deeper relationship with God.
Life Recovery is moving to Wednesday nights!
We will meet virtually until further notice on an on-going basis on Wednesday nights with a short break over the holidays. At each gathering, we sing, have a lesson, recite the Twelve Steps and Serenity Prayer, and divide into gender-specific small groups for discussion. Our group is a loving and committed group of friends who want to support you!
Wednesdays, 7:00 - 9:00 PM
$25 for materials*
*Scholarships are available
How to Participate in Life Recovery:
- Email Erin Temple to register and ask questions. Upon registering, you will receive the Zoom meeting link via email.
- Cost is $25; You can pay for materials via our church's Giving Link. Give to "General Budget," and add "Life Recovery" to the optional details box. Your materials (a workbook and Life Recovery Bible) will be mailed to you. *Scholarships are available, so let Erin know if you are in need of financial assistance.
- On Wednesday nights, pick up a Wednesday Night Dinner-to-Go at the church (Optional), and then head home to sign on! Classes will meet virtually until further notice.
Email Erin Temple with questions or for more information