Celebrate Recovery is a 12 Step Program designed to help you overcome hurts, hang-ups and addictive habits. This weekly gathering provides support and accountability as you learn to take responsibility for your recovery by applying the Biblically based 12 Steps and 8 Recovery Principles.

Since this program launched over 9 years ago, I have observed transformation and freedom in people’s lives in so many areas (bulimia, food addiction, alcoholism, drug addiction, anxiety, fear, depression, marriage breakdown, self harm, gambling, sexual addiction – including pornography, suicide, anger, codependency, and the damaging effects of emotional, physical and sexual abuse).

Celebrate Recovery is a safe community where you can grow closer to God and build healthy supportive relationships. You can learn to work through unresolved issues and break destructive patterns that have held you back so that you can grow and move forward. God is changing lives in countless ways through this ministry – including my own!

I encourage you to consider coming out to Celebrate Recovery; newcomers are welcome every week. First time attendees participate in a newcomers group (one time) where you will receive more information in a relaxed setting and have the opportunity to ask questions.  Click here to view our weekly schedule.

Glenda DeVries, Pastor of Care and Recovery

When and Where? CR Map

Every Friday @ 7:00 pm
(runs year round)
1500 Kerns Road, Burlington  ( Map it )

Weekly Evening Format 

  • Large Group Meeting: 7:00 pm

    • includes Teaching or Personal Recovery Story
  • Open Share Groups: 8:00 pm

  •  Café: 9:00 pm

    • light and healthy refreshments
    • fellowship

Monthly Celebration Night

On the last Friday of each month we celebrate our recovery with Dinner and Recovery Chip Celebration!

  • Dinner:  6:00 pm – 6:45 pm

  • Recovery Chip Celebration: during our Large Group Meeting at 7:00 pm

  • Upcoming Dinner & Chip Celebration Nights:  October 27, November 25, December 29


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