Celebrate Recovery meets every Wednesday at St Mark's Church, Westcliffe Drive, Layton, Blackpool FY3 7HG.
Celebrate Recovery offers you the opportunity of a fresh start, new hope, ongoing support and encouragement to both men and women who have struggles with HURTS; HANG-UPS; OR HABITS:
Everyone is welcome you do not have to belong to a church to come along to Celebrate Recovery. We are a Christ-centered recovery ministry and will acknowledge God and his role in our recovery but do not require you to become a believer in order to attend and participate.
The purpose of our time together is to fellowship and celebrate Gods healing power in our lives through the 8 Recovery Principals found in the Beatitudes and the Christ-centered 12 Steps of the Celebrate Recovery programme.
Celebrate Recovery is a tried and tested programme. It is both practical and Biblical and has at its centre the Lord Jesus Christ. This programme has been instrumental in the liberating and healing of literally thousands of people, helping them to find a new life worth living.
What do people need to recover from?
Debt, Guilt, Need to Control, Divorce
Co-dependency, Pornography, Hypochondria
Lying, Overspending, Anger, Rage, Insecurity
Abuse, Gambling, Procrastination
Adult Children of
HISTORY OF CELEBRATE RECOVERY
Celebrate recovery was launched in USA in 1991 by pastor John Baker who had given his life to the Lord but could not find a safe place to share the struggles he had with alcohol. John knew that he needed to get free from his struggles with alcohol and a 12 step programme could help him. God gave him a vision to create a safe place not only for those struggling with addiction but a safe place for anyone struggling with co-dependency, eating disorders, current or past abuse issues, anger and many more! In other words, anyone struggling with.
HURTS,HANG-UPS OR HABITS
This is what people have said about Celebrate Recovery
“Celebrate Recovery has helped me face up to my insecurities and unhealthy behaviours with the support of my small group, sponsor and the Christian teaching. The truth has set me free!”
“Following a life of alcoholism, drug addiction, depression and homelessness I was haunted with guilt, shame, fear and self-hatred. Through Celebrate Recovery and the supportive relationships made, I addressed these issues and others that God has revealed to me, there has been much Grace, Forgiveness and Healing”.
“I was in debt, had resigned from my job and was struggling with secret addictions. I had distanced myself from family and friends and although on the surface I seemed okay I was quietly stressed and desperate. The harder I tried to change things the worse they got. Celebrate Recovery helped me to be more honest with others and with myself and to accept that my life was a mess. Gradually I came out of the spiral and rebuilt my life. At the end of the programme I am happier and healthier and have learnt lessons that will help me continue to grow in my recovery.”
These are things we ARE:
A place of belonging.
A place to care for others and be cared for.
Where respect is given to each member.
Where confidentiality is non-negotiable.
A place to learn.
A place to grow and become strong again.
A possible turning point in your life.
A safe place to share.
These are things we are NOT:
A place for counselling or therapy.
A place for selfish control.
A place for secrets.
A place to rescue or be rescued by others.
A place for perfection.
A place to judge others.