A typical Celebrate Recovery meeting includes: 

  • An optional meal with the Celebrate Recover forever family (6-7 PM)

  • A large group celebration (7-8 PM)

  • An open share small group (8-9 PM)

  • BixbyCR101 for Newcomers (for your first week only) (8-9 PM)

 

Participants are encouraged to invite their families and friends to the pre-meeting dinner at 6 PM if they so choose; the dinner is designed as a relaxed dinner with other Celebrate Recovery participants. It gives us a chance to unwind from the day and prepare for what God is going to do in our lives during the evening.

 

The large group celebration is designed for the participant to set aside the busyness and stress of the outside world by entering into a time of prayer, praise and worship, and teaching as a way of getting in touch with the one and only Higher Power, Jesus Christ. The service takes place in the auditorium of Crossroads Fellowship in a casual atmosphere of friendship and support.

The open share small groups meet immediately after the large group meeting in various breakout spaces and provide a place for the participant to connect with other Celebrate Recovery attendees. This is a safe place where participants can be in gender-specific and issue-specific groups.

 

BixbyCR101 is for first-time attendees and will help you better understand what Celebrate Recovery is all about.  This one-time meeting also provides you the opportunity to ask questions or process your feelings in a safe environment before you make a commitment to a small group.

As we get started, childcare is not available during Celebrate Recovery. Due to the mature nature of the discussions, no one under 18 is allowed to participate in the Celebrate Recovery ministry. Our desire is to add childcare to support this wonderful ministry as soon as possible.

BixbyCR is just one of many Celebrate Recovery ministries in the Tulsa Metro area. We encourage participants to explore other wonderful Celebrate Recovery Ministries in the area.

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