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Celebrate Recovery

Are you struggling with any type of hurt, hang up or habit?

We all share one thing in common: hurt.

Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a place to heal from those hurts by allowing space to face them in safe community. We begin to see ourselves, God, and others, as God designed as we learn to live out new healthy practices and repair our broken relationships.

Everyone is welcome. Every Friday night.

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Celebrate Recovery Locations

Celebrate Recovery meets Every Friday night at 7:00pm at both the Fayetteville and Rogers campuses.

3447 N Hwy 112
Fayetteville

FSM Auditorium

1051 W Pleasant Grove Road
Rogers, Arkansas

Worship Center


3447 N Hwy 112
Fayetteville

FSM Auditorium

Every Friday night
General Meeting 7:00-8:00pm
Small Groups 8:00-9:00pm

Connection Café
(children are welcome)
Meal 6:00pm
Coffee & Desserts 9:00pm


3447 N Hwy 112
Fayetteville

Children’s Center

Celebration Place
Birth - 6th grade

Celebration Place welcomes children birth through 6th grade to learn how to identify and understand their feelings while growing in their own relationship with God. Secure drop off is as early at 6:45pm and pick up is at the conclusion of small groups.


3447 N Hwy 112
Fayetteville

FSM Auditorium

The Landing
7th - 12th grade

Students face unique situations that can be difficult to discuss with adults. The Landing offers a safe place for those things to be shared without judgment. Drop off is as early as 6:30pm and The Landing concludes at 9:00pm.

1051 W Pleasant Grove Road
Rogers, Arkansas

Worship Center

Every Friday night

General Meeting 7:00-8:00pm
Small Groups 8:00-9:00pm

Connection Café
(children are welcome)
Meal 6:00pm
Coffee & Desserts 9:00pm

Celebration Place
Birth - 4th grade
Children’s Center
Celebration Place welcomes children birth through 4th grade to learn how to identify and understand their feelings while growing in their own relationship with God. Secure drop off is as early at 6:45pm and pick up is at the conclusion of small groups.

CR 56
5 - 6th grade
Student Center
CR 56 is a safe place for 5th & 6th grade students to process life in an age-appropriate setting. Drop off is as early as 6:30pm and CR56 concludes at 9:00pm.

The Landing
7th - 12th grade
Student Center
Students face unique situations that can be difficult to discuss with adults. The Landing offers a safe place for those things to be shared without judgment. Drop off is as early as 6:30pm and The Landing concludes at 9:00pm.

We have two different types of gender specific Small Groups that are equally important and designed to help deepen your relationship with God, yourself, and others as you find healing in recovery.

1. Open Share small groups meet on Friday night following the general meeting. These groups are issue-specific and meet for one hour giving you a safe place to share a victory, struggle or respond to the evening’s focus question. You do not have to sign up for these groups and you can choose from week-to-week which group fits your needs.

2. Step Study small groups require a weekly commitment for nine months to one year to work through the Celebrate Recovery curriculum. These groups are not issue-specific and they meet for 1 1/2 to 2 hours outside of Friday night. Sign up is required for these groups after you have attended Friday night orientation.

Step study small groups meet at various times and locations. See below Upcoming Events or click on the congregational filter above to locate a group that fits with your schedule.

All groups at Celebrate Recovery follow the small group guidelines designed to keep your time safe and effective as you move forward in the healing and recovery process.

Celebrate Recovery is a volunteer-driven ministry and serving is vital to healthy recovery. Giving of our gifts and talents through service moves our recovery forward as we develop new habits and thinking patterns that don’t revolve around ourselves and our dysfunction. Volunteers choose how often they serve and in what capacity.

Here are just some of the benefits of serving:

  • takes the focus off of us and puts it on filling a need which gives us a sense of belonging and value
  • helps us develop responsibility
  • keeps us accountable to attend Friday night meetings
  • provides space for us to foster healthy community
  • allows us to see others and not only ourselves

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Hope In Recovery

This podcast shares hope and healing for our mental, spiritual, emotional & relational journey through life change stories and recovery topics, centered on Christ and the CR principles.

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CR Worship Playlist

Listen to songs we use regularly in our Friday night worship services that will encourage you in your recovery journey throughout the week.

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Life Change Stories

Learn how CR has changed the lives of people in Northwest Arkansas and be encouraged to continue on your own recovery journey.

YouTube

FAQ

FAQ

Celebrate Recovery is for everyone. We all share one thing in common: hurt. As we struggle with these hurts we fall to unhealthy coping mechanisms that cause chaos in our lives. Perhaps it is addiction, perfectionism, self-harm, or anger, just to name a few. Maybe you have become codependent trying to manage the people and relationships in your life. You may be struggling with the pain of grief or divorce.

Do you feel like your life is falling apart?
Have you been hurt or have you hurt someone you care about?
Is there something in your life you wish you could live without?
Is it time to admit you are not in control of your life?
Are there things in your life that you do that gets in the way of the more important things?
Do you have a painful hang-up or habit from which you need to find freedom?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, we urge you to attend a Celebrate Recovery meeting.

Your first time visiting Celebrate Recovery will begin with our general meeting. During this time we come together for worship, celebration and inspiration from 7:00-8:00pm.

Then we invite you to stay for a one-time welcome orientation at 8:00pm. Welcome orientation is a relaxed time of open discussion to answer any questions you may have and help make you comfortable for your next visit.

When you come back to visit, we will gather again for our general meeting followed by open share small groups from 8:00-9:00pm. These gender specific, small groups provide a safe place to process our individual struggles and victories.

You are always welcome to join us at Connection Café. Meal time is from 6:00-6:45pm and Desserts & Coffee follows open share small groups at 9:00pm. This is a great opportunity to build healthy, safe connection with others.

Celebration Place welcomes children birth through 4th grade to experience the love of Jesus as they learn how to identify and understand their feelings so they can love themselves and others while growing in their own relationship with God.

Also referred to as "pre-covery," our mission is to partner with parents to help break the cycle of dysfunction destroying so many of our families using age appropriate Christ-centered curriculum that mirrors the lessons taught in large group for adults.

CR 56 supports 5th and 6th grade students as they learn how to process life events in healthy ways to break the generational cycles of dysfunction, and the Landing serves 7th through 12th grade students as they experience unique situations that can be difficult to process with parents.

Both the Landing and CR 56 exist as a safe place to have someone walk alongside students in recovery and to encourage them to turn from their hurts, hang-ups and habits toward healing in Jesus Christ.

Children birth through 6th grade are welcomed by Celebration Place to experience the love of Jesus as they learn how to identify and understand their feelings so they can love themselves and others while growing in their own relationship with God.

Also referred to as "pre-covery," our mission is to partner with parents to help break the cycle of dysfunction destroying so many of our families using age appropriate Christ-centered curriculum that mirrors the lessons taught in large group for adults.

The Landing serves students 7th through 12th grades as they experience unique situations that can be difficult to process with parents. It exist as a safe place to have someone walk alongside students in recovery and to encourage them to turn from their hurts, hang-ups and habits toward healing in Jesus Christ.

CR Resources

If this is an emergency, please dial 9-1-1 now. Remember, you are not alone. There is always hope and a better way to deal with our struggles in life. Please use the resources below to connect with someone now, right when you need it and know you can always connect with us at [email protected].

Crisis Hotlines
Suicide Hotline: 9-8-8
Crisis Text Line (answered 24/7): Text TALK to 741741
Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255, press 1
Arkansas Adult Protective Services: 800-482-8049
Arkansas Child Abuse Hotline: 800-482-5964
Ozark Guidance (answered 24 hrs): 800-234-7052
Vantage Point (answered 24 hrs): 800-545-HOPE
Springwood Behavioral Health: 888-521-6014
Samaritan Advocacy Care Hotline (Samaritan House): 479-340-0109
Peace At Home Women’s Shelter: 877-442-9811

Maybe attending Celebrate Recovery on Friday doesn’t work with your schedule or perhaps you would like to attend multiple services each week. There are Celebrate Recovery meetings thoroughout Northwest Arkansas on different days of the week for your convenience. Click the links for more details.


Sundays
New Heights Church | Fayetteville

Tuesdays
Christian Life Cathedral | Fayetteville

Thursdays
Robinson Ave. Church of Christ | Springdale
Community Bible Church | Fort Smith
New Life Church | Bella Vista
Calvary Church | Bentonville

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