Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.
Join us every Tuesday evening from 6-9pm!
6:00pm – Dinner (suggested donation: $3 individual/$5 family)
6:30pm – Large group
7:30pm – Open share groups
8:30pm – Solid Rock Café (dessert and fellowship time)
Is Celebrate Recovery for me or someone I know?
Celebrate Recovery is for EVERYONE! Read through these articles on the national Celebrate Recovery website for more details on the many types of struggles that CR has helped people overcome.
How can I stay connected with the latest CR Morton updates?
The New Life Church website is the hub for all CR Morton resources. You can also follow us on our social media accounts below:
Facebook: Celebrate Recovery – Morton, IL
National website: www.celebraterecovery.com
Whom can I call or text with additional questions?
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to the CR Morton ministry leader of your same gender – we are here for you!
Celebrate Recovery COVID-19 Update
Like other ministries at New Life, we are currently adapting the way that we meet so that we can continue to grow and build this community to grow and love Jesus Christ. Stay connected with us and be prepared for more updates to come on how we plan to navigate this epidemic. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding!
Per the policies established between CR leadership and church leadership, the current COVID-19 requirements for in-person CR meetings on church campuses are outlined below:
We WILL need to take temperature checks of all volunteers/attendees upon arrival. If a person has a temperature of greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, they will not be able to come into the building and attend CR that evening. This is in line with Sunday service process and is being asked of us in order to best love and serve all who attend meetings on New Life campuses.
Adults or children with a runny nose or a cough will not be allowed to use the facilities until their illness has passed. The only exception to a runny nose or sneeze is seasonal allergies aggravated by hay fever conditions.
We will NOT be recording any names during temperature checks, or requiring any sort of RSVP to attend Celebrate Recovery. This will ensure anonymity and confidentiality.
Masks are encouraged, but not required, for anyone attending, except for childcare providers and for anyone serving food during dinnertime. You may wear a mask if you wish to do so for any reason.
For mealtime, the church has asked that anyone serving food wear a mask and gloves while handling/serving food. At this time, we are asking that only the meal volunteers handle food, so please allow our life groups/volunteers to serve you food, instead of self-serve.
Childcare is being provided as usual, at no cost to attendees. We are adhering to the current church policy for safe facility use for children, which includes all items above as well as the additional items below:
Requiring washing of hands or hand sanitizer upon arrival for sitters and kids.
All surfaces and equipment used will be inspected and sanitized after each use of the facilities.
At a minimum, adults working with children are required to wear a surgical mask to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
Mature children are encouraged to wear face masks but understand they may be removed to run and play.
Sitters need to have parent contact information readily available as part of the check-in process, in case an adult or child becomes ill after contact.
The CR ministry leaders will be responsible for contacting group members if a child or adult becomes ill or tests positive with COVID-19 after contact.
We will continue to communicate updates regarding process changes for all on-campus ministry meetings and events as we receive new direction/information from church leadership.