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Are you considering running The Recovery Course in your church? Then this might be for you!


Aimed at individuals and teams, this FREE online training hosted by course founder Nigel Skelsey and the team at The Recovery Course, will help you gain knowledge and understanding so that you can take the first steps towards establishing a course in your church.

The training will include an overview of the course and you will learn more about...

  • Building a team

  • Course structure

  • Preparing for each session

  • Small groups & follow up

  • Prayer support

  • Safeguarding

  • Course resources

  • Promoting the course

Date: Saturday, 3rd June, 10 am to 2 pm

Venue: Online on Zoom

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 - people of all faiths and spiritual beliefs or none are welcome. Likewise, all are welcome regardless of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity, which we do not seek to change. 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.

Nigel Skelsey

The course was founded by Nigel Skelsey during his time at Holy Trinity Brompton. Having spent 30 years in photography and publishing, including Picture Editor of The Sunday Telegraph, Nigel now works at Priory Hospital alongside those struggling with acute mental health issues. He lives in Sussex with the love of his life Jan.

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