Freedom from your hurts, habits, and hang-ups
Celebrate Recovery can provide a safe place to share your experiences, strengths, and hopes with others that are also going through a Christ-centered recovery. You will have a leader who has been through a similar hurt, hang-up or habit, and who will facilitate the group as it focuses on a particular Step each week. Everyone in Celebrate Recovery will also have the opportunity to find an Accountability Partner or a Sponsor to help you on your road to recovery.
6-7pm – Large Group Session
Everyone meets together for a time of worship and teaching.
7-8pm – Newcomers 101
This is a one time meeting to learn more about Celebrate Recovery if you are new to recovery or a visitor. They are invited to attend this meeting after the Large Group Session.
7-8pm – Open Share Groups
This is the time to break into recovery specific groups. Meet others with similar hurts, hang-ups and habits. These groups are gender specific.
8-9pm – Solid Rock Cafe
This is a great time to fellowship with others and to enjoy dessert and refreshments.
TRINITY COUNSELING CENTER
THE COUNSELING RELATIONSHIP
Trinity Counseling Center
Trinity Baptist Church
1800 Country Club Rd
West Entrance, Room W123
“…trust enables us to work as a team to explore and define
present problematic situations, develop future goals for an improved life…”
Trinity Counseling Center provides fee-based counseling services to members and the community.
We offer a variety of biblically based professional counseling services for individuals, couples, families, and children on a long or short-term basis.
By appointment only.
Find help, discover hope, experience healing
DivorceCare is a support group that meets weekly. You’ll find it to be a warm, caring environment and will come to see your group as an “oasis” in an otherwise difficult season of your life. There are three key parts to your DivorceCare experience.
The next sessions starts: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22
LEADING YOUR FAMILY
Every believing parent hopes his or her child will embrace the faith and grow deep spiritual roots. But studies tell us that over half of those growing up in Christian homes will walk away from Christianity by the time they leave the teen years – never to return. Too often, parents “outsource” the spiritual formation of their children to the church. And while a good church is very important, God designed the family to be the primary place where faith is nurtured.