DEALING WITH THE PAST.
HOPING FOR A FUTURE.
CELEBRATE RECOVERY

The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to encourage fellowship and to celebrate God's healing power in our lives as we work our way along the road to recovery.  We are changed as we share our experiences, strengths, and hopes with one another.  In addition, we become willing to accept God's grace and forgiveness in solving our life's problems.

By working though the principles, we grow spiritually, and we are freed from hurts, hang-ups, and habits.  This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with others and our personal, loving, and forgiving Higher Power, Jesus Christ.

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Celebrate Recovery is an awesome ministry that has truly blessed me and I have seen many lives changed. There is a common misconception that Celebrate Recovery is only for addicts and alcoholics, but the fact is, if you draw breath, you can be blessed and achieve victory over whatever you may struggle with by taking part in this ministry.  Everyone has a hurt, habit, or hang-up.  We all have something we need to recover from, and if you know Jesus then you have something to celebrate.  Alcoholism, divorce, sexual abuse, codependency, domestic violence, drug addiction, food addiction, gambling addiction, pornography addiction, pride, resentment, unforgiveness, selfishness, depression, insecurity, gossip and slander just to list a few of the things that Celebrate Recovery can help one gain victory over.

We meet every Friday evening at Wesley Church, 1104 Kirkwood Pike, Quarryville Pa, 17566.  Dinner is served at 6:30, worship begins at 7:00,  at 7:30 is the lesson or testimony, at 8:00 we break into small groups, and after group is a time of dessert and fellowship.
 
A separate Celebrate Recovery Group meets at New Providence Church of God each Monday evening if you are unable to come Friday evenings.
 
I personally invite you to come and join us and see what blessings the Lord has in store for you at Celebrate Recovery.
 
Rob Sturgill, Pastor, Shiloh Community Fellowship
Spiritual Leader, Celebrate Recovery @ Wesley