about celebrate recovery

Do you have any hurts, bad habits, or hang-ups that interfere with your ability to live your best life? If so, we want you to visit us at Celebrate Recovery where you will find help in recovering from anything that comes between you and the abundant life you long for.


Celebrate Recovery is part of a worldwide network of over 27,000 churches who share the hope and healing of Jesus through the Biblically-based, Christ-centered 12 steps and 8 recovery principles. Held at The ROC (East By-Pass, 300 Centre St, Centre, AL 35960) on Friday nights at 5 p.m., you can come and enjoy a catered dinner (donations accepted but not required), and stay after dinner for worship.

i'm new. how do i get started?

We offer a Newcomer's Class every Friday night at 5 p.m. where we teach you how CR works and how to apply Biblical principles to help you to grow spiritually. We believe that this kind of growth creates freedom, and leads to peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly a stronger personal relationship with God and with others.

small groups

SMALL GROUPS MEET AFTER WORSHIP AT 7:30 PM. BE SURE TO SCROLL DOWN TO SEE ALL THE GROUPS WE OFFER.


Newcomers 101

For people who are new to Celebrate Recovery, have questions and need to get connected.


Loved Ones of Chemical Dependency – Men and Women

For family members who want to understand and cope with loved ones who are chemically dependent.


Divorce and Grief – Women

For those recovering from the emotional pain of divorce and life's major losses.


Domestic and Sexual Abuse – Women

For those recovering from the mental and physical pain of domestic violence or the pain of sexual abuse.


Men's Issues – Men

For men dealing with “Manhood” issues such as parenthood, relationships, sexual impurity, gambling or any other “male” issue.


Chemical Dependency – Women

For women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.


Chemical Dependency – Men

For men recovering from drug and alcohol addition.


Emotional Issues – Men and Women

For those dealing with depression, anger, and anxiety.


Co-Dependency -Women

For those who struggle with the compulsion to rescue other people.


Healthy Eating and Nutrition – Women

Dietary information and discussion.