Celebrate Recovery

Spring Forward Into Action with Celebrate Recovery!

We all have areas we can mature in, patterns of thinking and doing life that we would like to change, or even pain related to losses we wish we have never experienced.

What all these difficult realities have in common is that they all affect how we follow Jesus in every day life. Perhaps for some of you these realities keep you distant from God and His design for your life. Celebrate Recovery is designed to help you take next steps toward healing and freedom from hurts, habits and hangups. It is a safe and supportive place where you can process life in a more effective way.

Come to our open house on April 30th at 6:30pm and learn how this ministry can help you take action steps toward freedom. Refreshments will be served. This event is for anyone ages 19 and up. A program for children ages 0-12 will be offered on the same night. Bring a friend or come by yourself.  Sign Up Today!


Celebrate Recovery or (CR) is a Christ-centered recovery program. It provides a safe and confidential environment where we pursue and celebrate God’s healing power & freedom in our lives. This program is for anyone whose life is tangled up with hurts that fill their hearts, hang-ups that cause them pain, or habits that keep them enslaved to destructive or lifeless patterns. In CR, healing is accomplished through applying the principles of a Christ-centered program with the help of a safe and supportive community.

How do I Join? 

Join us on Tuesday nights at 6:30pm for our open meeting, newcomers orientation and open share groups. Men and women are welcomed. Celebration Station (children's program) is offered to children ages 0 through 4th grade, and a parent or guardian is required to attend.

To sign up or for questions, please contact us at 856.362.4405 or email us.

Find a group near you by using the group locator here.

Who can come?

  • Anyone 19 years old and up!

  • Anyone hurting or struggling in life.

  • Anyone interested in taking an honest look to patterns or pain in their life and to consider a path of healing. 

  • Anyone recognizing that there are issues in their life that keep hijacking good intentions.

  • Anyone ready to address realities that are hindering their growth as disciples of Jesus Christ.

  • Anyone ready to walk through the steps and principles promoted by CR by participating in a Step Study.

What to expect?

When you visit CR for first time, you will be welcomed and ushered to participate in our large group session, which will be followed up by a newcomers orientation. During this orientation you will be introduced to the main aspects of CR, and you will be able to ask any questions you may have about our program. At the end of the orientation you will be encouraged to participate in an open share group that will fit your situation or needs the best.

Learn more by visiting the national Celebrate Recovery website.


Open Share Groups

Compulsive Behaviors and Addiction
(Groups for Men & for Women)
This group is for individuals who find that an addictive or compulsive behavior has taken control of their lives. Particular focus will be given to substance and chemical addictions. Join us as we share the hope and freedom that Jesus Christ, our Higher Power, has given us to overcome these life struggles.

Challenging Emotions
(Groups for Men & for Women)
This group is for individuals who struggle with fear, anger, depression, guilt, grief and relational codependency. Participants learn how to express their own feelings and needs in healthy ways while discovering their identity in Christ and growing in hope.

Sexual Struggles & Addictions
(Men's Group)
This is a group for men seeking recovery from lust and compulsive sexual behaviors. It provides a safe place to share struggles, pain and victories, and helps to establish accountability and mutual support among the group members throughout the week.

Physical, Emotional and Sexual Abuse
(Women's Group)
This group is for women who have endured past physical, sexual, emotional or spiritual abuse. Recovery includes healing from the trauma done to us, as well as healing from the influence that these past experiences continue to have in our lives.