It's ok to not be ok

Wednesdays at 6:30 pm
No registration is required. Kids Care is available.

How our Recovery Ministry works

Come as you are

You don’t need to sign-up, simply show up. It doesn’t matter what you’re going through, there is a place for you. We welcome both believers and the skeptic with honest questions. We even have free child care.

Worship in a large group

We start the night off in a large group setting, where we sing songs to God, hear stories of lives changed by the gospel and a  message from God’s Word.

Break out in a small group

Then we move into issue-specific small groups. If you’ve never been before, we offer and new-comers group to orient you to Recovery and help you find the right group for you.

Whatever issue you’re facing, the gospel offers hope, help and healing.


Suffering due to slavery to substances, food, gambling, sex, relationships, etc.


Suffering at the hands of another including verbal abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, financial abuse, domestic abuse.

Suffering and Grief

Suffering that is the result of loss, whether from the death of a loved one, disease or disabilities.

Guilt and Shame

Suffering due to unresolved past guilt and shame stemming from brokenness.


This includes bitterness frustration, anger, rage, etc.

Sexual Struggles

This includes the spectrum of sexual struggles — from pornography to homosexuality.

Marriage Troubles

Suffering that results from infidelity, abandonment, divorce or ongoing toxicity in marriage.

Life Struggles

Issues stemming from anxiety, co-dependency, depression, etc.
Get started

Get started

Wherever you find yourself, Recovery provides on-going support and counsel to men and women in the context of a loving, redemptive community.

Wednesdays at 6:30 pm

No registration is required. Child care is available.

Go Deeper

Go Deeper

This semester-long class provides a deep dive into what the gospel is and how the gospel can bring healing and redemption to every part of our lives. Steps is for those who've maybe attended Recovery but would like more structure and support in gaining traction in their relationship with God. It includes homework, a mentor and weekly meetings.

Bringing glory to God through lives changed by the gospel. 

The gospel is good news to all people, the weak, the wounded, the strayed, the lost, the addicted, the afflicted and the abused. God not only provides grace and peace for the sinner, but He also provides peace and refuge to those who have been sinned against.
It is only through the gospel of Jesus Christ, His life, death, resurrection and future return, that we will find true healing and freedom from our sin and suffering. Christ is our healer and redeemer, and in Him, we find life and life abundantly.
Have questions? Contact us.