What is the recovery course?

The Recovery Course follows the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, but as they were originally intended. A set of spiritual steps where we put Christ back at the heart of recovery. The course recognises that our destructive habits are a consequence of pain, hurt, a broken relationship, loneliness or an issue from childhood.

 

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 sort of addiction or compulsive behaviour, including drugs, alcohol, gambling, Internet, food, pornography, sex, 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 which starts in March by visiting our dedicated online course page below.

 

 

"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

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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.

Starting Tuesday 9th March 2021

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