Each Monday, before our program formally starts, we have a food and fellowship time starting at 6:30.
What is Celebrate Recovery?
Celebrate Recovery is a ministry designed to help hurting people. It is made up of regular folks like you and me, who are on a journey toward wholeness; seeking recovery from and celebrating God's healing of life's hurts, habits and hang-ups. Trained leaders provide safe, confidential, Christ-centered groups where people can grow. They offer their stories as fellow travelers on the journey to healing.
At Celebrate Recovery we believe that change is possible by the power of Jesus through this Biblical program.
We meet as Celebrate Recovery at Riverview on Mondays from 7 - 9 pm .  We also sponsor a  traditional 12 step recovery group that meets Wednesdays at 6:45 pm.
Follow the signs and drive around the church building into the lower parking lot where you'll see our open door.
On Monday, the first hour is a worship and teaching time and, for the second hour, we break into small discussion groups, separated by gender. For newcomers there is a newcomer's orientation available. There is always a men's "all issues" group and a women's "all issues" group. Depending on attendance, we break into out specific issue groups, especially as men's sexual addiction.
On Friday, we have a brief lesson on a topic from the 12 steps followed by a time of sharing. While the emphasis on Friday is on chemical dependency (drugs and alcohol), all are welcome regardless of your issue.
What is a Hurt, Habit or

A hurt, habit or hang-up is something in you or your life that hinders your walk with God and others.
The feeling of being hurt is an emotional reaction to another person’s behavior or to a disturbing situation. (Abuse, abandonment, co-dependency, divorce, relationship issues, etc.)
A habit is an addiction to someone or something. (Alcoholism, drugs, food, gambling, sex,, shopping, smoking, etc.)
Hang-ups are negative mental attitudes that are used to cope with people or adversity. (Anger, depression, fear, unforgiveness, etc.)
Healing is possible by applying the 8 principles and 12 steps of Celebrate Recovery to your life!
For more information, contact Ron Bell here or Steve Warble here.