@Lake Pointe Church Richland  Campus
Richardson, Texas




If you are looking for a group in your part of the USA, this is not the national website for Celebrate Recovery.
For that you will need to visit www.celebraterecovery.com click on the Find a Group tab.
Or click this link to get to there "Find a Group" page.


On Friday Nights at 8 p.m.
We do have guidelines for the groups. They are listed below.

For Women - Addiction, Co-dependency, Sexual - Emotional - Physical Abuse

For Men - Addiction, Co-dependency, Sexual Addiction

Check with your Issue Group Leader to see what group is open,
or if you want your name on list when a new one starts

We do have guidelines for the groups. They are listed below.

Open Groups -
For Women
For Men

What materials are used in the Step Studies?

Celebrate Recovery uses the Twelve Steps and its related Scripture as the biblical model for living your life. 
A Step Study is a personal journey though each of these steps in a confidential group lead by a facilitator who has completed a study. 
We use Celebrate Recovery's four participants books. When you finish the study you will have worked your hurts, habits, and hang-ups through each step.

A Step Study is a long-term commitment to the members of the group. It will typically take 9 to 12 months to complete the study. We do urge you
to continue coming on Friday nights even if you are participating in a Step Study on another night of the week. They both help to contribute to your
recovery and you can minister to that newcomer who is just beginning!
After completing the Step Study, we hope you will join with us as we minister to others dealing with their hurts, habits and hang-ups.

We do have guidelines for the groups. They are listed below.



Recovery from Guilt and Shame

Chemically Addicted

Depression and/or Loss

Sexual Addiction

Love & Relationship Addiction

Eating Disorders

Behaviors & Attitudes

Dealing With Anger

Adult Children of the Chemically Addicted


Recovery from Sexual/Emotional/Physical Abuse


1.  Keep your sharing focused on your own thoughts and feelings.  Limit your sharing to three or five minutes.

2.  There is NO cross talk.  Cross talk is when two individuals engage in conversation excluding all others.  Each person is free to  
      express his or  her feelings without interruptions.

3.  We are here to support one another, not "fix" another.

4.  Anonymity and confidentiality are basic requirements. What is shared in the group stays in the group.  The only exception is when
     someone threatens to injure themselves or others.

5.  Offensive language has no place in a Christ-centered recovery group.

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