You are invited to be a part of a new ministry offering at Sterling UMC called Celebrate Recovery (CR). This ministry offers the opportunity to find hope and healing through Jesus Christ, as well as personal and spiritual growth.
Celebrate Recovery is a caring, safe and confidential community where we can be real with our struggles, learn how to unravel why we do what we do and ultimately realize there is the spiritual power in a relationship with Jesus Christ that fuels a personal process of examination, healing, restoration and hope that really works.
Please come and see what Celebrate Recovery is all about! You are welcome here no matter where you are on your spiritual journey.
6:30 Doors Open – grab a cup of coffee and fellowship with others. It’s a great time to ask questions.7:00 Large Group – Worship music, listen to a message or testimony, celebrate milestones 8:00 Open Share Groups – lead open share groups for a time to share what’s happening in your life or your take aways from the large group time.
Childcare is available 6:30-9:15
SUMC is excited to offer a place for kids to go while their parents are attending Celebrate Recovery. Childcare is now offered at the church from 6:30-9:15.
There is a small suggested donation of $5 per child or $10 per family. This to help SUMC provide the staff and supplies needed to create a safe, fun place for children.
If this presents a hardship, please talk to Mar!
What's Coming up for CR @ Sterling!
What people are saying!
’I try to attend a Celebrate Recovery meeting each week. The coming together of people of a like mind and the lessons we hear help remind me to reflect on myself and how I can become a better version of me. I find strength in the testimonies we hear at these meetings as well as the sharing in open share groups. I am grateful for the standing up of a Celebrate Recovery in Sterling which is very convenient for me to attend. I pray strongly for its success!’
” I enjoy CR because I am surrounded by others who have similar struggles to me. I am able to hear testimonies of how people overcame their struggles.”
“No one escapes hardship, trouble, or difficulty. Through CR I can rely upon a community of Believers who help me remember that there is hope in pain, and restoration through biblical truth.”
I enjoyed the sharing part, hearing what others are dealing with and how they are coping. I care about these ladies and wanted to hug them all.