Celebrate Recovery

Christian based 12 Step Program – but it isn’t all about addictions!

All are welcome to participate in this ministry.
No affiliation with Cedar Creek Church is required.

Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that helps us overcome our hurts, hang-ups, and habits. It is based on the actual words of Jesus. Recovery is experienced by revealing the loving power of Jesus and its healing power in our lives.

Celebrate Recovery addresses virtually any problem in life, whether it is an addiction of most any variety, a history or poor choices, or unresolved hurts whether recent or long ago. Because it is not narrowed to a single “ism”, this program is a thoughtful approach by which one examines his/her life, and makes deliberate, God-focused, lasting changes.

Check out the Care Ministries’ Calendar to see upcoming CR meetings.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I need recovery?

None of us are untainted. We’ve all hurt other people, and others have hurt us. This means each of us needs recovery to live our lives as God intended.

What happens if I meet people that I know?

They will be there for the same reason you are. They will not disclose your identity to outsiders; you retain anonymity as you wish.

How many weeks does CR last?

We meet every week. We believe there is no such thing as a cure for the struggles of life; therefore, CR is an ongoing support ministry.

How do I Join CR?

You are a member if and when you say so.

Do I have to be a Christian to attend CR?

No. We encourage anyone looking for help in dealing with life’s struggles to attend our Christ-Centered program.

Can my family attend CR?

Yes! We have separate groups for men & women. Speak with your leader for childcare resources.

Are there any dues or fees for CR?

No, however, we pass a donation basket to help supplement the support we received. Everyone is free to contribute as much or as little as they wish.

Does CR replace other 12 Step Programs?

No. CR in no way wishes to compete with or replace other 12 Step Programs. In fact, we encourage our leaders and participants to attend other 12 Step Programs on a regular basis, urging each to respect the guidelines for such programs.