Recovering Life

We learn in community how to recover what has been stolen by hurts, habits and hang-ups. We experience God's power in our lives through the "8 Recovery Principles" found in God's Word. Through this process we connect to our source and God frees us to be who he created us to be. These groups are facilitated by those who have walked that way themselves and now return to assist others in thier journey.

Celebrate Recovery

Tuesdays at 7:00pm at the Mount Pleasant Campus of Seacoast Church
Meets in the Warehouse

Celebrate Recovery is a 12-Step program designed to address the hurts, habits and hang-ups that keep us from living in freedom. At 6:30pm we meet for pizza and fellowship, followed by the 7:00pm program and then at 8:00pm we break out into Open Share Groups. These groups provide a place for you to share your experiences, victories and hopes with others who are going through a Christ-center recovery program.

For more information, email Craig Snook at craigsnook@seacoast.org or contact him by phone at (843) 881-2100 ext. 1136.

Co-Dependency/Family Support Group

This group is to assist people who have loved ones with additions, as a way to help them "get their own lives back". By focusing on how the individual family member is contributing to the problem, they learn how to change their own thoughts and behaviors to not only stop the enabling of their loved one's problem, but to also bring back a sense of normalcy to their own lives.

For more information, email Michael Horvath at m_horvath@rocketmail.com.

Step Studies

Step Studies provide a small group setting that allows participants to work through the 12-step program using the four Celebrate Recovery Participant Guides. These groups allow for a higher level of accountability and offer separate groups for men and woman. The Step Study group is where you get into the heart of the program and true healing from your hurts, hang-ups and habits occur. These groups are offered during the week.

For more information, email Craig Snook at craigsnook@seacoast.org or contact him by phone at (843) 881-2100 ext. 1136.