** On Wednesday, August 9th, we will be hosting a special Night of Worship & Testimony. All are welcome! Open share groups will not meet that night. Join us at 7pm at The Miracle Theatre! **
** Monday, August 14th - Welcome Home informational meeting for veterans and active-duty members of the military. **
Hurts, habits, and hang-ups – we’ve all got them. Join a community of believers who have recognized they are powerless to change themselves and are seeking freedom in Christ together.
Celebrate Recovery at NCC meets every Wednesday night. Each night kicks off with dinner at 6:15pm, but if you can’t make it by then, no problem! Our large group meeting (which includes worship, teaching, and testimony) starts at 7pm and then we split into open share small groups around 8pm. Those wrap up around 9pm and then you’re invited to stick around for dessert and fellowship.
We currently offer open share groups for men's life issues, women's life issues, men's sexual integrity, and women's codependency.
Our meetings take place at The Miracle Theatre (535 8th Street SE), just a couple blocks from the Eastern Market metro station (blue/orange/silver lines). Dinner is available beginning at 6:15pm next door above the Sherwin Williams paint store (533 8th Street SE).
The Landing -- Celebrate Recovery for high school students -- meets one block away at 530 7th Street SE. Dinner is available at The Landing starting at 6:30pm, with the meeting beginning at 7pm.
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered ministry that gives people the resources and relationships to help find a new way of living. This ministry is for anyone struggling with past or current hurts, habits, or hang-ups, whether they are affecting their own life or the lives of those around them. We maintain a safe environment by adhering to five small group guidelines.
The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to find God's healing power in our lives through the Eight Recovery Principles found in the Beatitudes and the Christ-centered Twelve Steps. By working the Christ-centered steps and applying their Biblical principles, we begin to grow spiritually. We become free from the pain of our pasts and the destructive behaviors of our present. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy, and more importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God, others, and our One and Only Higher Power, Jesus Christ.
The Miracle Theatre - 535 8th Street SE, Washington, DC
6:15pm – Dinner (next door above the paint store)
7pm – Large Group – Worship, Teaching, and Testimony
8pm – Men's and Women's Open Share Groups
9pm – Dessert & Fellowship
Feel free to join at any time!
If you have any questions, email Ryan Zempel, NCC's CR Ministry Leader.
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