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What is the recovery course?

The Recovery Course is based on the 12-step programme of Alcoholics Anonymous, incorporating Christian principles, and designed solely for anyone seeking to break a dependence on an addiction. We welcome all onto our courses, regardless of ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation and/or gender identity. Some do the course to intentionally invest in their recovery, others are looking to address more specific challenges. Either way, the course offers essential tools and practical ideas and support to help understand addiction and help people find lasting recovery. 


The recovery course is all about becoming free of addiction, compulsive behaviours and secret habits.

Who is the course for?

The recovery course is open to anyone struggling with any addiction or compulsive behaviour, including drugs, alcohol, gambling, Internet, food, pornography, and self-harming.

What's involved?

The course runs for fifteen weeks and each session includes a teaching video and testimony, and quality time in single-sex groups to explore the twelve steps and gain knowledge and skills about addiction and how to beat it.

How can I find out more?

You can find out more and join the next online recovery course by contacting us by email at

"Light transforms our understanding, confession is how we turn on the light"

Archbishop Justin Welby, visits The Recovery Course, October 2018 read more

About the recovery course


The Recovery Course is a free
course for adults based on the twelve steps. It provides practical insight and support to help both men and women find freedom from the grip of addiction.


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