Recognizing that many people struggle with addiction, our church makes a priority on reaching out to people in recovery, whether it's from drugs and alcohol or whatever it might be. Consequently, each Sunday we share the Lord’s Supper using non-alcoholic grape juice in lieu of wine so that people in recovery can be full participants in our communion fellowship. What’s more, our church sponsors several ministries of recovery: from hosting community events and workshops on behalf of Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12 Step programs to our own Christian Recovery program (based out of a “Celebrate Recovery” model) that meets at the church on Thursday nights at 6:30pm. We work the same steps that one finds in the various secular programs. Whatever your hurt, habit, or hang-up, you are welcome to come fellowship with us. This program embraces everything from alcoholism, drugs, and overeating to co-dependency, gambling, and what-have-you. We cannot do your recovery for you, but we would like to accompany you. Know that this community will embrace and welcome you.